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DIARY ALERT – MEDIA CALL – Valerie Taylor: An Underwater Life exhibition opens

Australian National Maritime Museum < 1 mins read
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DIARY ALERT – MEDIA CALL

Valerie Taylor: An Underwater Life
Thursday November 30
10.30-12pm
2 Murray Street


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Valerie Taylor

Interview Talent – Valerie Taylor

Valerie Taylor has recorded the marine environment and shared her knowledge with the public for over 60 years, staunchly advocating for better protection of the ocean, its animals, and their habitats.

Celebrated globally, Valerie has become one of the most iconic underwater storytellers, shark researchers and conservationists and paved the way for future generations of divers, filmmakers, and environmentalists.

Valerie has donated an extensive archive of her images and objects to the National Maritime Collection and it is from this collection that Valerie Taylor: An Underwater Life is based. It showcases the work of Valerie and her late husband Ron and their significant contributions to marine conservation, diving and underwater filming.

Parking available.

To attend please contact:

Steve Riethoff                    e:  steve.riethoff@sea.museum           m: 0417 047 837

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