What's On - 30 January 2011

  • Exhibition: A Camera on the Somme

    Thursday 14 October - Sunday 6 February

    The photographs featured in this exhibition were taken with a Kodak Brownie camera during the First World War (1914-18) by two brothers, Jack and Bert Grinton, who fought with the 1st AIF. The negatives had been stored in a shed on the family farm for over 90 years. A camera on the Somme is enhanced by family diaries, medals, postcards and maps. Read More

    The photographs featured in this exhibition were taken with a Kodak Brownie camera during the First World War (1914-18) by two brothers, Jack and Bert Grinton, who fought with the 1st Australian Infantry Force. The negatives had been stored in a shed on the family farm for over 90 years. A camera on the Somme is enhanced by family diaries, medals, postcards and maps.

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  • Exhibition: Avenues of Honour

    Friday 29 October - Monday 31 January

    Sarah Wood has focussed on photographing Victorian Avenues of Honour that are currently listed on the Heritage Register for Victoria: Eurack, Woodend, Ballarat, Macleod and another near Shepparton. Sarah was first attracted to the subject through her interest in garden history and her own family’s military service. Read More

    Sarah Wood has focussed on photographing Victorian Avenues of Honour that are currently listed on the Heritage Register for Victoria: Eurack, Woodend, Ballarat, Macleod and another near Shepparton. Sarah was first attracted to the subject through her interest in garden history and her own family’s military service.

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  • Exhibition: Rising spirit of ANZAC

    Friday 19 November - Sunday 27 February

    Created by social documentary photographer Sharyn Meade, this exhibition records the personal stories of Australian veterans, in words and images, through successive generations. Read More

    Created by social documentary photographer Sharyn Meade, this exhibition records the personal stories of Australian veterans, in words and images, through successive generations. Sharyn’s inspiration is the enduring ANZAC tradition of sacrifice and the personal qualities in ordinary Australian men and women.

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  • Ceremony: RAEME Association

    Sunday 30 January, 11:00am

    Wreath Laying at Cenotaph followed by a Service andDedication to the updated Corps Plaque at the RAEME Tree D32

    Shrine Representative: Life Governor Mr Peter Whitelaw and Shrine Governor Maj. Maggie More RFD
     

     

     

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    RAEME Association
    The Corps of Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (AEME) was created by joining repair facilities of the Ordnance Corps (AAOC) and the Service Corps (RAASC) on 1st December 1942. In 1948, in recognition of the Corps’ performance during World War 2, King George VI granted the Corps the title 'Royal'.

    The RAEME Association holds its annual service of remembrance on the last Sunday in January each year.

    RAEME (Victoria) Association Website