ZOOM Webinar "Adapting the Curve: Panicking, pivoting and adapting"

Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 06:00 PM


Zoom Webinar
Coming to you live from the homes of our Melbourne presenters and our special performer
Melbourne, VIC 3000
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Rebecca Carland, Caz McLennan, Kate Phillips, Kimberley Moulton

Apologies for this late posting of details for the final lecture of Museums Victoria's 2020 Lecture Series. 

We hope that you can attend the final instalment of what has been a very successful seminar series for our organization.  Our Webinar host, Bec Carland and our presenters, look forward to sharing their research with you and as an extra treat, we also have a special performance lined up for you to enjoy.  Australian recording artist, Mo'ju, will be performing Native Tongue at the end of our lecture.  Be sure to book your ticket via the TICKETS link so that you don't miss out. 

This lecture is free of charge, however your booking is essential :-)


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