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December 14, 2023

From the 8th of December 2023, the National Archives of Australia presents their 'Disrupt, persist, invent' exhibition at the Victorian Archives Centre, North Melbourne. 

From noisy protest to quiet persistence, 'Disrupt, persist, invent' explores the many ways people have achieved social change in Australia.

Discover powerful stories of people and their actions, from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Learn about Australia's progress in areas such as women's rights, marriage equality, science and technological invention and much more.

Learn more about 'Disrupt, persist, invent' here.

 

Location

VAC Gallery

Victorian Archives Centre

99 Shiel Street

North Melbourne

 

Image Gallery

girl looking at an object
A Commonwealth Serum Laboratory technician testing a new snakebite antivenom, 1968. NAA: A1200, L78947 4

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