Somewhere in France, Somewhere in Australia
Join us for a public symposium in July
Together with the University of Queensland, we have been discovering what objects Queenslanders may have that reflect the experiences of Australians who served in France.
2014 marks a century since the start of the First World War. Our aim is to better understand the stories associated with these objects and the enduring connections formed between France and Australia during the First World War.
In July 2014, French and Australian museum curators and historians will gather during a special public symposium at the Museum. You can join us to hear talks from international experts and to find out about some of the amazing stories uncovered during the project.
Friday 11 July 2014
Time: 9.00pm - 5.00pm
Cnr of Grey & Melbourne Streets
Southbank, South Brisbane 4101
RSVP Saturday 28 June 2014
Seating is limited so please register your interest for the morning and/or the afternoon session by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact details. You will then be emailed a program and further details on the time and location of the event.
This is a FREE event, all welcome
Primary support for the project has been provided by the Embassy of the Republic of France in Australia and the Institut Français. Somewhere in France, Somewhere in Australia has received the official recognition of the Mission du Centenaire (France’s official board for the commemoration of the First World War), whose official program was released by François Hollande, President of the French Republic, on 7 November 2013.