Supreme Court Library Queensland

The many hats of Sir Samuel Griffith—Curator talk

The many hats of Sir Samuel Griffith—Curator talk

Supreme Court Library Queensland
Level 12, Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law
legalheritage.sclqld.org.au/tours-and-curator-talks

Bookings are now open for the second free curator talk of our exhibition, ‘The many hats of Sir Samuel Griffith’, focusing on Griffith’s labour of love translating Dante.

Did you know that Sir Samuel Griffith was the first Australian translator of Italian poet Dante Alighieri’s famous works? Join us at 4pm on 6 May for the second of our free curator talks this year, when we will be talking about Griffith’s epic undertaking to translate Dante’s work. Spaces are limited so book now to avoid missing out.

Learn more about Sir Samuel Griffith in our latest exhibition, ‘The many hats of Sir Samuel Griffith’ at sclqld.org.au/griffith.

Event starts
Thursday 6 May, 2021
Event ends
Thursday 6 May, 2021
Venue
Supreme Court Library Queensland
Venue Address
Level 12, Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law , 415 George Street, Brisbane
Location

Brisbane ,

Website
Supreme Court Library Queensland (opens in new window)
Category
Panels, Lectures & Ideas