Professor Rae Frances, Dean of Arts, has pleasure in inviting you to a:
Celebration and Launch of the Donation of the David Hanan Collection of Indonesian Films to the Music Archive of Monash University (MAMU)
6.00pm Refreshments and introduction by Professor Margaret Kartomi, AM Director of MAMU.
6.15pm Comments by Professor Paul Ramadge, Director Australia-Indonesia Centre
6.25pm Launch of the Collection by the Vice-Chancellor and President of Monash University, Professor Ed Byrne AC
6.35pm David Hanan’s reply
6.40pm Screening of rare footage from (i) a 1950 documentary marking Sukarno’s first post-independence visit to Bandung with Nehru and other foreign dignitaries and (ii) a suppressed late 1960s comedy film about the power struggle between Suharto and Sukarno, who was under house arrest
Monday 3rd March 2014, 6pm – 7.30pm
The Japanese Studies Centre, Building 54,
Clayton Campus (near the bus stop opposite the Law Faculty).
For enquiries, contact Archivist Bronia Kornhauser
R.S.V.P. Sharon Elliott
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