Manning Clark House

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Manning and Dymphna Clark's home in the Canberra suburb of Forrest, where they lived from 1955 until Manning's death in 1991 and Dymphna's in 2000, now known as Manning Clark House


Manning Clark House Inc (MCH) is a community based institution, which nurtures creative practice and research in Australian history, human rights, literature, music, visual art, and indigenous culture, as well as discussion and debate on issues of public importance and all areas of scholarly interest.

It supports the intellectual and creative community through a network of scholars and community garden. The program includes public lectures, open forums, seminars, conferences, art exhibitions, poetry readings, concerts, book launches, human rights education, and social gatherings in the former home of Manning Clark and Dymphna Clark in Canberra, Australia.

A full calendar of events is available on the webpage.

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