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Telling the stories of kanamaluka, the Tamar River
Webinar Speaker:
Dr Christine Hansen,
Manager of Knowledge and Content, Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery (QVMAG)

kanamaluka/Tamar River (estuary) is a fascinating water way: a complex ecosystem, a unique hydrological phenomenon and a major factor in the founding of Launceston, northern Tasmania. It is also a magnet for passionate debate and strong opinion. While discussion about its future rages in public, behind the scenes QVMAG is preparing a new gallery that celebrates life above and below the water.

Apr 25, 2021 01:30 PM in Hobart

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Dr Christine Hansen
Manager of Knowledge and Content @Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, Launceston, Tas.
Dr Christine Hansen is the current Manager of Knowledge and Content at QVMAG. She arrived in Launceston from Sweden where she was a scholar in the Centre for Environmental Humanities at Gothenburg University and worked for the Swedish National Museum of World Cultures. She has a PhD in History from ANU and these days proudly calls herself a ‘Tasmanian.’