A Program of Commemorative Events

There are few who could claim to have had such a fundamental impact on the development of Victoria's cultural, educational and legal landscape as Sir Redmond Barry (1813 - 1880). To celebrate the 200th year since the birth of this colourful and controversial figure, the State Library of Victoria, Supreme Court of Victoria and the University of Melbourne are offering a suite of events to explore the character, impact and legacy of Sir Redmond Barry's life work in the City of Melbourne and the State of Victoria.

6 June 2013 - Redmond Barry: visionary or scoundrel

Public Discussion, 6 - 7:15pm, followed by drinks and canapes until 8:30pm
A lively and entertaining discussion about Redmond Barry's controversial personal and public lives.
Further details
Queens Hall, State Library of Victoria
Tickets available online
Bookings essential by 3 June 2013
$35/$30/$25 full/concession/SLV Foundation members