The audio below provides a rich audio history of how the word Eternity has been used and embraced throughout Australia's recent history to help shape part of our national story.
Produced with the support of the Royal Australian Historical Society and CreateNSW's Cultural Grant Program.
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Owner, REMO General Store, 1988–1996 – collaborated with artist Martin Sharp to create Eternity merchandise and an Eternity window display for his store selling unique design merchandise (e.g. Eternity t-shirts).
Director, Heritage and Adaptive Reuse, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects. Julie was involved in the redevelopment that transformed Burton Street Baptist Tabernacle into the Eternity Playhouse Theatre.
Director of Ministries, NSW and ACT Baptist Church Association. Steve talks about the Burton Street Baptist Tabernacle and the important role that this building, and its history, plays in the Eternity story.
Director, Journey Walks – a collective of historians, storytellers and guides who run tours exploring Australia’s history and heritage, including Sydney’s true crime history which features Arthur Stace and the Eternity story.