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In Conversation virtual event

Rock Chick: Lindy Morrison

Friday 12 March 2021
Live online
The Go-Betweens, London, c.1986 Warwick Orme
The Go-Betweens, London, c.1986 Warwick Orme. © Warwick Orme

Lindy Morrison has played in her share of bands over the years. From jazz to pop to punk, she’s been an ever-present force in Australian music. Join NPG curator Joanna Gilmour for a conversation covering the highs and lows of rock and roll, the Australian music scene and more.

Pub Rock can be viewed daily until Sunday 14 March 2021.

Join the Zoom session by following this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88967764696

Or put the following details into your Zoom app/account - Session ID: 889 6776 4696

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Jimmy Barnes at The Coogee Bay Hotel 1984 (detail) Grant Matthews
Jimmy Barnes at The Coogee Bay Hotel 1984 (detail) Grant Matthews
Jimmy Barnes at The Coogee Bay Hotel 1984 (detail) Grant Matthews
Jimmy Barnes at The Coogee Bay Hotel 1984 (detail) Grant Matthews

Pub Rock

Your backstage pass to 70s and 80s sounds and scenes

Previous exhibition, 2020

Celebrate the people, places and sounds of Australian pub rock and its enduring impact on our nation’s identity.

Perc Tucker Regional Gallery in Townsville during the install of Express Yourself
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery in Townsville during the install of Express Yourself
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery in Townsville during the install of Express Yourself
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery in Townsville during the install of Express Yourself

In conversation

There and back again

12:30pm, Thu 30 Sep

Louise Cummins, our Travelling Exhibitions Coordinator will regale you with tales of journeys across the nation; from moving movie stars to Bathurst to baring all in Broken Hill.

Hugs on hold, 2019 Sandy Scheltema
Hugs on hold, 2019 Sandy Scheltema
Hugs on hold, 2019 Sandy Scheltema
Hugs on hold, 2019 Sandy Scheltema

Capturing a global mood

National Portrait Galleries In Conversation

7:00pm, Tue 5 Oct

The power of the photograph and how the exhibitions Hold Still/Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize and Living Memory: National Photographic Portrait Prize reflect identity and our shared human experiences at this unique point in history.

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