Australia, home of the 'fair go', but who are the ordinary and extraordinary people who have made our nation what it is today? And how can we learn from their actions? National Archives of Australia asks these questions in its touring exhibition Disrupt, persist, invent: Australians in an ever-changing world.
Between 1939 and 1996, dozens of photographers were employed by government agencies to capture Australian culture, people, landscapes and animals. This new fascinating exhibition offers a close-up look at the lives and work of those tasked with documenting the visual heritage of Australia.
If you are yet to see National Archives of Australia’s powerful exhibition 'Disrupt, persist, invent: Australians in an ever-changing world', you better mark it in your calendar as the exhibition is drawing to a close.
Assistant Minister to the Attorney-General Senator the Hon Amanda Stoker today announced that the Australian Government has agreed or agreed in principle to all 20 recommendations made by the Functional and Efficiency Review of the National Archives of Australia.
The National Archives of Australia (NAA), in partnership with the Australian Historical Association (AHA), is proud to announce the successful applicants for the 2020 NAA/AHA Postgraduate Scholarships.
The High Court’s decision of 29 May has given the National Archives of Australia the opportunity to examine and publicly release the historic Palace Letters. To ensure the records are released in accordance with the Archives Act 1983 they are required to go through a declassification process which may take up to 90 business days.