Australian of the Year Awards 2019

National Exhibition Register

  • Australian of the Year Awards 2018
    Geelong Library and Heritage Centre Australian of the Year Awards 2018
    Image Credit
    Courtesy of Geelong Library and Heritage Centre

About the exhibition

The National Museum of Australia is once again partnering with the National Australia Day Council to present the Australian of the Year Awards touring exhibition.

Every year we ask each state and territory Australian of the Year Award recipient to choose an object of personal significance to tell us something special about their lives, aspirations and experiences. These objects, the recipients’ trophies and stories behind their remarkable achievements provide the unique content of this exhibition.

Australian of the Year Awards 2019 will feature objects and inspirational stories from the following State nominees: Kurt Fearnley (NSW), Mark Sullivan (VIC), Jon Rouse (QLD), Dr Richard Harris (SA); Craig Challen (WA), Michael Long (NT) and Bernadette Black (TAS).

For more information please visit: www.nma.gov.au https://www.australianoftheyear.org.au

Artists and Curator

Curator
Laina Hall

Available Dates and
Exhibition Details

Available dates
18/02/2019 - 30/10/2019
Exhibition size
Between 75-100 sq or running metres
Originating state
ACT
Organised by
National Museum of Australia
Price
$0 (inc. freight)
Web Site
http://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/2018-australian-of-the-year
Accompanying materials available
Exhibition Tour Manual, Installation Support Available, Interpretative/Didactic Panels, Invitations or Invitation Template, Media Kit, Public Program Opportunities
Primary contact
Catherine Czerw
Position
Travelling Exhibitions Officer
Organisation
National Museum of Australia
Phone
02 6208 5047
E-mail
Catherine.Czerw@nma.gov.au
Secondary contact
Deborah Hill
Phone
02 6208 5106
E-mail
Deborah.Hill@nma.gov.au
Acknowledgement
A travelling exhibition developed in partnership with the National Australia Day Council and presented by the National Museum of Australia.