The Native Institute Exhibition

The Native Institute Exhibition is at Blacktown Arts Centre from 5 July to 21 September 2013. On a prominent and busy intersection where Rooty Hill Road North meets Richmond Road, a bare site is protected by cyclone fencing and a Read More

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Public Talk: Revisiting Bennelong Point

Paul Irish talks about his research on Aboriginal urban communities in Sydney and the origins of the Aborigines Protection Board on Friday 13 September 2013 at History House, 133 Macqurie Street, Sydney at 5-7pm. In the late 1870s Aboriginal people from south coast Read More

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This Fella, My Memory

This Fella, My Memory is the latest new work produced by Moogahlin Performing Arts with cultural consultants Aboriginal Elders Aunty Christine Blakeney and Uncle Max (Dulumunmun) Harrison. This brand new work celebrates the lives of three older women and their Read More

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NAISDA Dance College at Glebe Library

Musica Viva teams up with the students of the NAISDA Dance College to create a showcase of new music, dance and storytelling at Glebe Library on Wednesday 28 August 2013 at 8pm. Thousands of years ago out of the Dreamtime Read More

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Hidden Gems Symposium

Hidden Gems is an international symposium that will explore the role  of libraries and  archives in the  revitalisation of Indigenous languages and culture. It will be held on Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 August 2013 in the Metcalfe Auditorium at Read More

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Brenda Croft exhibition

The Art Gallery of NSW is showcasing works from four of Brenda L Croft’s major photographic series, highlighting her family, friends and Indigenous community members. Brenda L Croft is a Gurindji/Malngin/Mudpurra artist, curator and academic. Born in Perth in 1964, Read More

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Aboriginal Legal Service history project online

‘The Story Project’ tells the story of the first Aboriginal Legal Service in Australia, following its path from its beginning to where we are today. It is not one story, but many – told in the voices of Aboriginal and Read More

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The light of day: J W Lindt photographs at RAHS

John William Lindt’s 1870s photographs of Aboriginal people in the Clarence Valley became the most widely distributed images of Aboriginal people in the 19th century. In 2004 the Cullen family purchased an album of the photographs at auction in London Read More

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Live and deadly: 20 years of the Gadigal Information Service

For 20 years Gadigal Information Service (incorporating Koori Radio 93.7FM) has been broadcasting the news and views of Aboriginal Australia from its home in Redfern. From Keating’s Redfern Speech to The Apology; from the Redfern riots to Mabo’s victory and Read More

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Ngurratjuta artists at Customs House Library 2013

From 1 to 31 July02013, there will be a display of watercolours by Ngurratjuta artists on Level 1 of Customs House Library. On Wednesday 10 July 2013, join Di Stevens, curator at Tali Gallery, as she discusses Ngurratjuta Art Centre Read More

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