Join us to watch this multi award-winning film with an introduction by SMSA member, Peter Rainey.
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Dr Sue Malta joins us via Zoom to get real about sex and ageing, and why intimacy is still so important later in life.
Join us to watch film classic, The Servant (1963), with an introduction by Peter Rainey.
Associate Professor Dan Penny joins us to explore what we can learn from the fall of ancient civilisations.
Join us to watch this classic film with an introduction by SMSA member, Peter Rainey.
Join us to watch film classic, The Spirit of the Beehive (1973), with an introduction by Peter Rainey.
Join Deena Yako and Samah Shda from the Refugee Council of Australia for an interactive discussion to learn more about refugees and their experiences in…
Join Carmel Bendon in person as she explores the weird and wonderful world of medieval medicine in this illustrated talk.
Prof Sarah Brough joins us to explore what we do and don’t know about how galaxies beyond the Milky Way formed and changed over cosmic…
Join us to start the Anzac weekend with a talk from Krista Vane-Tempest on her recent book Edith Blake’s War and a screening of the…
Join us in person to watch Casablanca (1942) with an introduction by SMSA member, Peter Rainey.
John Cruthers joins us in person to talk about Sheila: A Foundation for Women in Visual Art and the important work it is doing to…