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Dick Smith AC: Australian Museum Lunchtime Lecture Series

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DICK SMITH AC

1pm, Tuesday 11 September

Session 4: Lunchtime Lecture Series: Australians Shaping the Nation

Sydney born Dick Smith is an adventurer, businessman, entrepreneur, philanthropist, political activist and 1986 Australian of the Year. The founder of Dick Smith Electronics became a household name, launching Australian Geographic magazine in 1984 which sponsors adventure and inspires a love of nature. His own ground breaking adventurous aviation feats include a solo helicopter flight around the world and to the North Pole, as well as a non-stop balloon trip across Australia.

Australian Museum Lunchtime Lecture Series: Australians Shaping the Nation comprises six lectures exploring the remarkable work of many individuals whose achievements have resonated beyond our shores. Drawing on the 200 Treasures of the Australian Museum exhibition in the Westpac Long Gallery, this inaugural Series features a stellar selection of distinguished Australians sharing insights into the inspiration behind their groundbreaking contributions which have helped define the nation across science, sport and the arts.

LIMITED TICKETS TO SINGLE SESSIONS

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Single session: General admission $25; Concession $22; AM Members $20.

Lunchtime Lecture Series of six lectures: General admission $100; Concession $90; AM Members $80.

Ticket includes admission to the Museum and the 200 Treasures of the Westpac Long Gallery exhibition.

Lunch available at our rooftop restaurant, No 1. William (level 4).


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