A new exhibition and event series on truth telling and First Nations resistance.
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UPDATE: OCTOBER 11, 2021 — Due to lockdown in Sydney, Australian Museum has extended this exhibition's run. It will now end on January 27, 2022.
A new First Nations-curated exhibition is set to open at the Australian Museum this May — and it arrives just in time for National Reconciliation Week.
The Unsettled exhibition kicks off on Saturday, May 22, alongside a complementary program of free and ticketed events that'll take your experience of the show to a deeper level.
You can grab tickets to one of the guided tours to get an undiluted education on what life has been like for First Nations Peoples since European invasion or participate in the Healing Through Weaving workshop with Ngiyampaa Elder Aunty Daniella Chedzey.
Other highlights include breakfast with the Museum's curator to get an exclusive out-of-hours tour of the exhibit before tucking into a light meal made from native ingredients; a talk series, including No Justice No Peace, where you'll learn more about the history of policing and incarceration of First Nations Peoples in Australia; and an Aboriginal meditation workshop series facilitated by Milan Dhiiyaan.
Australian Museum's 'Unsettled' exhibition opens on Saturday, May 22, with its events program running till October 10. For more information and to book tickets, head to the website.
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