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Biographical entry Darling, Marilyn Ann (1943 - )

Born
7 November 1943
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Occupation
Microbiologist

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1965 - 1968
Career position - Department of Microbiology at the University of Melbourne
1973 - 1978
Career position - Postgraduate research in the Medical School at Monash University
1979 - 1984
Career position - President of the Victorian Children's Aid Society (VCAS) Auxiliary
1984 - 1987
Career position - Member of the Board of Management of the Victorian Children's Aid Society (VCAS)
1984 - 1989
Career position - Trustee of the Victorian State Opera Foundation
1985 - 1987
Career position - Member of the Board of Management of the Lost Dogs Home in Melbourne
1986 - 1991
Career position - Member of the Executive Committee of the Dame Joan Hammond Award
1987 - 1991
Career position - Member of the Melbourne Development Committee of Sovereign Hill in Ballarat, Victoria
1987 - 1993
Career position - Member of the Music Foundation Appeal Committee at Trinity College, University of Melbourne
1988 - 1991
Career position - Member of the organising committee for the launch of the Melbourne Festival (formerly Spoleto)
1989
Career position - Board member of the Gordon Darling Australasian Print Fund at the National Gallery of Australia
1991 - 1998
Career position - Trustee of the Gordon Darling Foundation
1993 - 1994
Career position - Member of the National Portrait Gallery Advisory Committee at the National Library of Australia
1997 -
Career position - Member of the Tate Gallery International Council
1997 - 2000
Career position - Deputy Chairman of the National Portrait Gallery
1998 -
Career position - Deputy Chairman of the Gordon Darling Foundation
2000 -
Career position - Chairman of the National Portrait Gallery
2000 -
Career position - Member of the Old Parliament House Governing Council

Archival resources

National Library of Australia Oral History Collection

  • Interview with Marilyn Darling, patron of the arts (sound recording), interviewer: Heather Rusden, 31 October 2000 - 16 November 2000, TRC 4633; National Library of Australia Oral History Collection. Details

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

Online Resources

See also

  • Herd, Margaret (ed.), Who's Who in Australia 2002, 38 edn, Crown Content, Melbourne, 2001, 2020 pp. Details

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