About this Event
July Meeting 06.07.2022 Dr Philip Jones South Australian MuseumGeorge French Angas as a pioneer South Australian ethnographer.
The Royal Geographical Society of South Australia warmly welcomes Dr Philip Jones to present our July lunch time talk.
Dr Jones is a curator at the South Australian Museum where he has produced books and exhibitions dealing with the Aboriginal - European frontier and material culture. He will be taking a close look at Angas’s ethno-graphic work, focusing on his writing and images from the Adelaide area, the Murray and Lakes, the Coorong, South-East and Port Lincoln.
The RGSSA Lecture Program is supported by the State Library of South Australia
Please note that this lecture will be held in the Hetzel Theatre, Institute Building, corner of North Terrace and Kintore Avenue (adjacent to SLSA).
This event is free for members of the RGSSA (although we do appreciate a gold coin donation). Non-members are welcome to attend and tickets are available for $10 per person. Book on line through this site. The RGSSA welcomes new members who wish to make a contribution to the success of the society.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Hetzel Lecture Theatre, State Library of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
AUD 0.00 to AUD 10.00