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Fri 29 Jul 2016, 4:30pm–7:30pm

Where: UNSW Canberra, Northcott Drive, Campbell, ACT

Restrictions: All Ages

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An Evening Inspired by Bean commences with the opening of “Charles Bean: Life and Work”, followed by a tribute to the legacy of Charles Bean through music and film, and a panel discussion about Wain Fimeri's film "Charles Bean’s Great War".

Exhibition Opening - Charles Bean: Life and Work
Time: 4:30pm-5:30pm
*limited tickets remain

Charles Bean: Life and Work is a UNSW Canberra exhibition exploring and celebrating the life and achievements of historian Dr Charles Bean.

Mr Peter Rees, journalist and author,will formally open the exhibition. The exhibition explores Bean’s legacy through photographs, artefacts, works of art, books and documents, and includes film and sound recordings of him that have never before been displayed.

The Music, The Film, The Discussion
Time: 5:30pm-7:30pm
Venue: Adams Auditorium, Building 111

The Music
Charles Bean’s moving poem Non Nobis has inspired two musical compositions to be performed publicly for the first time at UNSW Canberra. The first is by the acclaimed Australian composer and pianist Ian Munro and will be performed by the Burgundian Consort, accompanied by Ian Munro on piano. The second is by the widely esteemed composer Dan Walker and will be performed by the Gabriel Singers from the Canberra Girls Grammar School. Ian Munro will speak about his composition and the challenge of setting Bean’s words to music. The Gabriel Choir will reveal their impressions of Bean from his words and their performance.
In addition to his accompaniment of the Burgundian Consort's performance, Ian Munro will perform the solo piano piece 'Berceuse héroïque' by Claude Debussy.

The Film
A screening of Wain Fimeri’s film: Charles Bean’s Great War.

The Discussion
Professor Peter Stanley, UNSW Canberra, will lead a panel discussion with special guest filmmaker Wain Fimeri and presenters Anne-Marie Condé, National Archives of Australia, Professor Jeffrey Grey, UNSW Canberra and Dr Michael McKernan, author and historian.