The Country Cries for Truth: Dr. Bronwyn Bancroft

A new exhibition, The Country Cries for Truth, explores the work of Bundjalung artist, Dr Bronwyn Bancroft, produced in 2021-22 as part of the inaugural NSW First Nations Creative Fellowship at the State Library of NSW.

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National Reconciliation Week 2024

This National Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June 2024) reminds us that, no matter what, the fight for justice and the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will – and must – continue.

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Redfern Community Centre Hosts Aunty Brenda Matthews

Join the Redfern Community Centre for a poignant event during National Reconciliation Week (#NRW2024), featuring the remarkable Aunty Brenda Matthews. As a member of the Stolen Generation, Aunty Brenda’s journey unveils resilience and hope amidst adversity.

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History Now: Aboriginal political histories

Heidi Norman, John Maynard and Lynda-June Coe reflect on Aboriginal political histories, activism and advocacy.

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100 years of organised Aboriginal activism

Hear about the origins of Aboriginal activism at a Centenary Forum for the Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association 1924–2024 at the State Library of NSW this Friday, 12 April 2024.

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Exhibition: Ngaya (I am)

The Museum of Sydney presents Ngaya (I am), an exhibition featuring 30 significant Aboriginal objects removed from Country around 200 years ago. ‘A cut-and-paste, punked-up look at my Country’ is how Peter Waples-Crowe describes his five-minute video installation Ngaya (I Read More

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Exhibition: Cast in cast out

The Museum of Sydney presents Cast in cast out, is inspired by Sydney-based Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay artist Dennis Golding’s experiences and childhood memories of growing up in ‘The Block’, an Aboriginal community in the inner Sydney suburb of Redfern. The artwork ‘recasts’ Read More

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Restoration of Truth at NSW Parliament House

Last few days to catch Restoration of Truth, an exhibition commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Reconciliation Wall at NSW Parliament House featuring artists from the Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative. Established in 1987, Boomalli has a membership of over 60 Read More

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Blak Powerhouse 2024

Once again, Indigenous social enterprise We Are Warriors will take over Powerhouse Ultimo to turn a day of sorrow into one of power and positivity.

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Yabun 2024

Australia’s largest one-day celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, the Yabun Festival is set to return on 26 January, taking place at Victoria Park on the traditional lands of the Gadigal people.

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