This event is part of Charting the Course, an exhibition of 100 maps recording the 500 year story of European navigation and the development of Sydney.
The Clancy Collection is one of Australia’s most significant archives of maps, ranging from 15th century European maps to an extensive collection depicting Australia and the Pacific. The maps selected to tell this story also reflect the changes to the sources and printing techniques of maps, from woodblocks in 1482, to the beginnings of a national topographic survey specific to the technological requirements of the late 20th century.
Numbers strictly limited to 30 people. Booking essential.
Image: Map of the Town of Sydney, 1833. Drawn & engraved for the General Post Office Directors (image detail)
Tickets for Charting the Course – Meet the Collector can be booked here.
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