Twilight Talks have been held at the BMI since 2001, providing a great opportunity to hear some fantastic speakers and meet up with friends over drinks and nibbles.
Participants arrive at the Humffray Room from 5pm for drinks, cheese and conversation, followed by a 30 to 40 minute talk commencing at 5.30pm.
Each Twilight Talks series is held on successive Fridays, and is great value at only $6 for members and $10 for non-members.
Contact Rosemary in the BMI Library for information on 5331 3042.
Twilight Talks Winter Series 2017
See below for a sneak preview of the lineup for the Winter season of Twilight Talks 2017.
Lorraine Powell, President of the Victorian branch of the Australian Garden History Society, will speak on ‘Food and the Ballarat Botanical Gardens‘.
This talk is concerned with the Ballarat Botanical Gardens and the theme ‘Garden to Table’, examining the contribution made by the Gardens to the growing of food. The Ballarat Botanical Gardens (BBG) were established in the wake of a tremendous population influx from across the globe, and the development of the BBG and Lake Wendouree can be traced from its aspirational planning and implementation to the present day.
John Chase, My 40 year Film Directing Career
Starting in the film industry as a stunt man in the ABC drama series ‘Bellbird’, John has a vast and varied background in film production. He will share highlights of his career in TV series, documentaries, and films.