• 2012 Donors

  • We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following:


    Basil Sellers AM

    2012 Donors

    $5000 to $9999

    Mr Laurie Cox AO &  Mrs Julie Ann Cox

    Dr Geoffrey & Mrs Hilary Mottershead

    $2500 to $4999

    David Penington AC

    Mr  Stephen Shelmerdine AM & Mrs Kate Shelmerdine

    $1000 to $2499

    Mr Michael E Bartlett & Mrs Mim Bartlett

    Ms Sandra Beanham

    Lord and Lady Ebury

    Elisabeth Murdoch Trust

    Mrs Vivien Knowles & Mr Graeme Knowles

    Lady Potter AC

    Mr Gareth Sansom

    Lady Southey AC

    Mr Edward R Yencken & Mrs Janet A Yencken

    $500 to $999

    Mrs Rhonda Addison Ledgley

    The Cameron Family

    David Craig

    Mr Peter J Griffin AM

    Mr Fred Grimwade

    Dr Catherine H Guy

    Mrs Barbara Hammon

    Mr Paul B. Lynch & Mrs Yvonne J Lynch

    Mrs Margaret S Ross AM

    $250 to $499

    Dr Fiona Caro

    Mrs Jean T. Hadges

    Associate Professor John R. Martyn

    Mr Louis W. Partos

    Mr Ian A Renard AM

    Mr Ralph M Renard 

    Mr Michael A Stockdale

    Donations to $249

    Ms Sharon Ayres

    Mr John Balmford and Mrs Dagnija Balmford

    Mr Joel Becker & Ms Giacomina Pradolin

    Ms Genevieve Blair-West

    Mr Nigel Buesst

    Mrs Ruth Bunyan AM

    Ms Heather Campbell

    Ms Ann Cole

    Ms Sheri Daniels

    Mr Peter Di Sciascio

    Mr Morris Dalton

    Mr Graeme Edgoose and Mrs Isabel Edgoose

    Mrs Gabrielle Eisen

    Mrs Gillian Forwood

    Mrs Barbara J Green

    Mr Garry Grossbard

    Ms Christine Healy

    Dr John E Harrison 

    Mrs Christine Haslam

    Mr Robert A Hook

    Dr William P Lewis

    Ms Monica M MacCallum

    Mr Darren McClelland

    Mrs Emmeline McFadyen

    Mr Alan F Moor & Mrs Jill L Moor 

    Mr Richard M Morgan AM

    Mrs Angelika Zangmeister & Mr Peter Zangmeister

Latest News

SUNDAY 19 APRIL Cinema Nova in partnership with the Potter’s exhibition Weird melancholy: The Australian gothic, presents a series of Australian Gothic Cinema. Peter Weir’s 1975 Australian classic, Picnic at Hanging Rock will be brought back to the big screen, followed by a panel discussing the film. Panel consists of screenwriter Cliff Green; actress Helen Morse who starred in the film; author Dr Brian McFarlane and academic/journalist Dr Mark Nicholls. Hosted by Carol van Opstal.

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The University of Melbourne

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  • University of Melbourne
  • Parkville VIC 3010