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Our Anthropocene Australia Curatorial Centre inspires audiences to love and cherish our ancient and unique continent. It aims to bring Australians together to foster active, hopeful responses to the challenges of living in a rapidly changing land.

The Centre is developing a new permanent gallery of environmental history at the National Museum, due to open in 2021,  and contributes to the Everyday Futures website.

George Main

Dr George Main

George Main is Head of the Anthropocene Australia Curatorial Centre and is a Senior Curator at the National Museum of Australia.

As an environmental historian and curator, his work focuses on Australian agriculture and the role of museums in fostering responsive ties between people and the more-than-human world.

Blog posts from the centre

Early animation
Artistry of Antarctic ice

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