Watch these videos featuring exhibition curator Ian Terry to find out more about The Suspense is Awful: Tasmania and the Great War.
Listen to the audio from our curated conversation War and Memory: The Legacy of the Great War which took place on Remembrance Day 2015. This fascinating panel discussion was MCed by ABC Radio’s Chris Wisbey, and featured the following speakers discussing the many ways we remember WWI, and how it continues to impact on Australian society.
Carolyn Holbrook, Monash University and author of Anzac: the Unauthorised Biography Stefan Petrow, Associate Professor of History, University of Tasmania Adrian Howard, Friends of Soldiers Memorial Avenue Tony Brown, Former Senior Curator of Indigenous Cultures, TMAG
Caption details: Small boy in soldier’s uniform for World War I peace celebrations at Waratah, c.1919, glass plate negative, photographer: John (Jackie) Robinson. Image courtesy Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
Caption details: Burge family house in Burnett Street North Hobart on return of sons from World War I, c.1919, photographic print, photographer: Brunton & Easton, Hobart. Image courtesy Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
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