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2017 Circle of Friends spring dinner

Thursday 16 November 2017
Quentin Bryce
Quentin Bryce, 2016 Michael Zavros. © Michael Zavros

Join Director Angus Trumble in conversation with guest speaker and award-winning Australian artist, Michael Zavros.

Includes pre-dinner drinks, canapés, three course dinner and matched wines.

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Quentin Bryce

'To change the world'

Portrait story

Australia's 25th Governor-General, Quentin Bryce, discusses her childhood, career paths and her portrait by Michael Zavros.

Miles and Arkie, 2015 by Clint Peloso
Miles and Arkie, 2015 by Clint Peloso
Miles and Arkie, 2015 by Clint Peloso
Miles and Arkie, 2015 by Clint Peloso

Shop Talk

Magazine article by Stephen Phillips, 2016

Angus and the arbiters talk (photo) shop for the National Photographic Portrait Prize.

William Bligh by John Webber video: 2 minutes
William Bligh by John Webber video: 2 minutes
William Bligh by John Webber video: 2 minutes
William Bligh by John Webber video: 2 minutes

William Bligh

by John Webber

Portrait story

Twice rebelled against, and twice vindicated, William Bligh occupies an ambivalent space in Australian history. Angus Trumble, former Director of the National Portrait Gallery, explains.

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