Tim Griffiths gives a stirring presentation on the life of wartime photographer, adventurer and pioneer Frank Hurley whose iconic images of WWI and the ill-fated Mawson and Shackleton Antarctic expeditions captured the world’s imagination.
A Frank Hurley expert, Griffiths covers Hurley’s incredible life including his running away from home age 12, being marooned with Shackleton in Antarctica (twice!), his experiences as the world’s leading wartime photographer in WW1 and WW2, and his conflicts with key historical figures such as Mawson, Shackleton, Charles Bean and others.
Join us for this riveting talk on Frank Hurley, one of Australia’s most fascinating heroes.
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC