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Images of 2020 National Convention, Melbourne

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Theme: ‘A Dialogue with the Universe: Science, Wisdom and Creativity’

Our 2020 Convention was well supported by TS members from around Australia. We were joined by a member from Germany and one from Switzerland. The keynote speaker was long-time member and neuroscientist, Professor Emeritus Richard Silberstein. A great week was had by all with leisurely shared meals, talks, workshops, a day outing, two concerts of fine music, and more. Below is a selection of photos which capture moments from this event. Photos by George Wester and Tony Buzek.


Entrance to St Mary's College, Melbourne, the venue for the 2020 National Convention


Greetings to the Convention from the Gosford Group by Isolde Sueltemeyer


Keynote speaker Dr Richard Silberstein and Dr Victor Gostin


Richard Silberstein, Hana O'Rourke and Victor Gostin


National Vice-President Sue Lee and National President Linda Oliveira


Dianne Kynaston


Delegates enjoying a leisurely meal time



L to R: Heather Fisher, Carmen French, Helen Steven, Denise Frost and Phillipa Rooke


George Ilkowiec and Pedro Oliveira


Workshop with Harry Bayens


Dr Helen Lambert and Lucille Crocker



Impromptu talk by Victor Gostin during the day outing to the Mornington Peninsula


Jean Carroll and Tina Hentisz


Manfred Mey, Germany


Shirley Ingham and Valerie Jays


Barabara Fingleton and Denise Frost


Georgina Fode and BeverIey Parker


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