The following webinars from 2020 to 2021 have been recorded. Click “view” to access the recording.
This webinar will explore portraits of people who have had an impact on Australia’s development
Join Charles and Leah Justin who have been collecting art for over 40 years. Through their house museum experience in Melbourne they share their collection
Don't miss this opportunity to listen to Kon Karapanagiotidis, OAM, CEO and Founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, discuss his ideas for welcoming refugees in Australia
Join Sharon Carter on an art journey like no other, from the grim reaper of the Black Death to the street artists reflecting hope and solidarity during COVID-19
Patricia Howard, financial planner and author discusses a broad range of topics impacting the retirement plans of members. Her goal is to help retirees maximise their income while minimising risk throughout their retirement.
Presenter: Andrew Meilunas. Older Australians are more at risk of being taken advantage of financially. What most people don’t realise is that this is a form of elder abuse.
Sandra Hills, CEO, Benetas will discuss what we mean by aged care. What services and supports are provided, and who is eligible? How do you access services? Who provides the services and who pays?
Discover the remarkable achievements and connections between two pioneering artists living at opposite ends of the earth and in different centuries. Presenter: Susie May, freelance writer and lecturer, educator, National Gallery of Victoria 2001-2020
Heather Lacey discusses and explains how Donald Trump's refusal to recognise Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 US presidential election inspired a failed insurrection on 6 January 2021, and its implications for the US political system
Dr Sophie Heywood discusses research-based evidence on the benefits of aquatic exercise, especially for the management of arthritis.
Suelette Dreyfus, Academic Researcher, Melbourne University; former journalist and author "Underground" with Julian Assange about the early computer hacker and underground in Australia and overseas
Presenter: Susie May, freelance writer and lecturer, educator, National Gallery of Victoria 2001-2020