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Stop, look, read! Check out the October newsletter

September 29, 2017

All the latest from the BMI is in the October newsletter

Review – Imprints: Storytelling the City opening event – September 1

September 29, 2017

with FedUni PhD student Dave McGinniss

Curator’s Corner – October 2017

September 29, 2017

with BMI Curator Amy Tsilemanis

President’s Report October 2017

September 29, 2017

1. Twilight Talks The talks have re-commenced during the last two weeks with enjoyable presentations by our Mayor Cr Sam McIntosh and a talk about cinema by Peter Wolfenden of Melbourne. The stimulating program for the following seven weeks is contained in this Newsletter. We have a number of talks by high profile speakers on…

BMI – Spring into our September Newsletter

August 1, 2017

Stay in the loop with the latest BMI Newsletter!

Curator’s Corner – September 2017

August 1, 2017

with BMI Curator Amy Tsilemanis

President’s Report September 2017

August 1, 2017

Thank You A very big thank you to our BMI Secretary Ross Furness who deputised for our Venue Manager David Dahlenberg for some of August while David had a mid-year break and travelled overseas. Also we wish to thank those volunteers that have assisted in overseeing the most interesting ‘Foto Biennale’ Heritage Library display ‘Imprints’…

BMI July news, hot off the press!

July 1, 2017

The BMI is a hotbed of action this July. Find out what's on in the July newsletter.

Curator’s Corner – July 2017

July 1, 2017

with BMI Curator Amy Tsilemanis

President’s Report July 2017

July 1, 2017

1. Twilight Talks The talks in June went very well. We have three most interesting talks to come in July: 7 July: Jenny Debney speaking about Dr Fanny Reading (1884-1974) who grew to maturity in Ballarat and then became a significant community leader in Sydney. 14 July: Thomas Watson & Baptiste Breliere who will explain…