Speakers Forum: What does a National Apology mean?
- Family & Education
- National Archives of Australia, Parkes ACT
Fade to grey – preserving digital photographs
More photographs are taken today than any other time in history.
But how permanent are they?
Discover the best ways to print and store digital photos and files at home, helping you to leave the best possible ‘virtual shoebox’ for the next generation of family historians.
Afterwards, wander through the photographic exhibition A Place to Call Home? on its final day.
Presented by Cheryl Jackson, Senior Conservator at the National Archives.
Sunday 14 September, 2–4pm
Free, bookings essential, places limited.
The National Archives of Australia can best be described as the memory of our nation – collecting and preserving Australian Government records that reflect our history and identity.
Our collection traces events and decisions that have shaped the nation and the lives of Australians. Visitors are welcome to explore our collection, online or in person, to learn more.
As well as preserving our history, the National Archives plays a key role in helping to ensure the Australian Government and its departments are effective and accountable to the people.
The National Archives of Australia. Your story, our history.
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