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swedish expert named kimberley foundation ian potter chair in rock art

SWEDISH EXPERT NAMED KIMBERLEY FOUNDATION IAN POTTER CHAIR IN ROCK ART

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An internationally recognised archaeologist with more than 25 years’ experience exploring the meaning and significance of rock art has been appointed Kimberley Foundation Ian Potter Chair in Rock Art at The University of Western...
Mabo Day On Sunday 3 June 2018, Deakin Edge, Federation Square.

Koorie Heritage Trust

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To create a society that embraces diversity and inclusion, it is critical that truth telling, the history of colonisation and its impact on Aboriginal people is fully known.   Victoria’s leading Indigenous organisation, the Koorie Heritage Trust...
koorie heritage trust – reopening monday 6 july

Koorie Heritage Trust – reopening Monday 6 July

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The Koorie Heritage Trust (KHT) is to delighted to announce that it will re-open to the public on Monday 6 July 2020. Adhering to the Victorian Chief Health Officer’s guidelines, KHT will implement a range...
sunday essay: voices from the bush – how lockdown affects remote indigenous communities differently

Sunday essay: voices from the bush – how lockdown affects remote Indigenous communities differently

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Crystal Bulumbara, Esther Bulumbara, Claire Smith and Nell Brown. Barunga community, Northern Territory. July 2019. Narritj, Author provided (No reuse) What does self-isolation mean when you live in one of Australia’s most remote Aboriginal communities? What...
tall ship tales: oral accounts illuminate past encounters and objects, but we need to get our story straight

Tall ship tales: oral accounts illuminate past encounters and objects, but we need to...

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Two Dharawal men opposing Cook’s arrival at Kurnell.  Wikimedia Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains images and names of deceased people. In the early Sydney colony, newcomers commonly quizzed Indigenous locals about...
sunday essay: truganini and the bloody backstory to victoria’s first public execution

Sunday essay: Truganini and the bloody backstory to Victoria’s first public execution

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Detail from Truganini/Allen & Unwin Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains images and names of deceased people. In 1839, George Augustus Robinson arrived in Melbourne as Chief Protector of Aborigines for the Port...
boonatung ngargee yulenj: first peoples arts advisory panel 2020

Boonatung Ngargee Yulenj: First Peoples Arts Advisory Panel 2020

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Nominations open for advisory panel to promote the art of First Peoples in Port Phillip Port Phillip Council is seeking nominations for a panel to encourage more art and stories from the First Peoples to...
sunday essay: ‘i am anxious to have my children home’: recovering letters of love written for noongar children

Sunday essay: ‘I am anxious to have my children home’: recovering letters of love...

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Image: Liliana Eira/Unsplash Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names of deceased people. In the quiet of the State Records Office, I have spent many hours searching for knowledge about my...

Koorie Heritage Trust, new exhibition My Cultural Journey – Incorporating Old and New

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The Koorie Heritage Trust is proud to present the first-ever solo exhibition of Yorta Yorta/Taungurung artist Donna Blackall.  Showcasing new works alongside work from the Koorie Heritage Trust Collection, My Cultural Journey opens Saturday 29...
sunday essay: this grandmother tree connects me to country. i cried when i saw her burned

Sunday essay: this grandmother tree connects me to Country. I cried when I saw...

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“Will it grow back Mum?” Younger family members want reassurance at Colo Heights, among the blackened trees and loose soil.  Author provided Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains images and names...