AHA2016: movie screening

If you can arrive early for the conference you will be able to catch a screening of the 1974 movie The Unlucky Australians, directed by John Goldschmidt and starring Frank Hardy: Monday 4 July, 10.45am–1pm at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka. This is a free event but please register through the conference Eventbrite Read more …

Another keynote speaker confirmed for AHA 2016

Adam Wilkinson will deliver the address ‘The death of the moral prerogative – why bother with urban conservation’ in July in Ballarat at AHA 2016: From Boom to Bust. Adam is Director of Edinburgh World Heritage. With an MA in Medieval History and Russian Language, an MSc in Historic Conservation and a broad knowledge of Read more …

AHA 2016: From Boom To Bust – update

The AHA 2016 conference website now includes registration costs (though registrations are not yet open) and information about accommodation (July is a peak tourist period for Ballarat and conference delegates are advised to book accommodation early). If you are on the home page for the conference you will see ‘Accommodation’ and ‘Registration’ links in the Read more …

An event to look forward to at our conference next year!

The welcome reception for AHA 2016: ‘From Boom to Bust’ will be held at the Art Gallery of Ballarat on the evening of Monday 4 July, following the President’s address at nearby Trades Hall. The reception will feature an exhibition of emigration-related prints and a performance of a piano piece by Richard Chew, inspired by Read more …