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DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION WEEK 2019

7–11 October

About the week

Underpinned by the Diversity and Inclusion Framework, the week celebrates our diverse community and strengthens our inclusive culture. It’s about helping to create an environment of involvement, respect and connection through sharing and learning from one another.

Join us for a range of events and activities through the week!

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There are events throughout the week for students, staff and the wider community.

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  • Movie screening: The Australian Dream

    Day Monday
    Time 11am – 1pm and 4–6pm
    Venue Campus cinema, Campus Centre (opposite Artichoke and Whitebait)

    Using the stunning athleticism of Adam Goodes at the peak of his powers, and the AFL itself as a backdrop, The Australian Dream prompts questions about Australia’s relationship with racism and its ability to confront its own past.

    Register now

  • Aquila Multicultural Bake-off Charity stall

    Day Monday
    Time 11am – 2pm
    Venue MONSU BBQ Area (next to hockey pitch and Building U)

    To celebrate cultural diversity, Aquila students will prepare a variety of yummy baked goods from a range of cultural backgrounds. We’ll be collecting gold coin donations to raise funds for Community Support Frankston, so please support this great cause!

  • Culture Connect Connection Cafe

    Day Monday
    Time 1–3pm
    Venue Caulfield marquee

    At Culture Connect, we match international and domestic students for fun catch-ups and conversations. We like to celebrate our members and welcome new ones! So we’re hosting the Connection Café, with free food, coffee, fun activities, and the chance to win some great prizes. We’ll broaden your horizons, sharpen those intercultural skills, and introduce you to the wonderful global community at Monash!

    Register now

  • Self-defence class

    Day Monday
    Time 4.30 – 6pm
    Venue Building W, Level 2, Group Fitness Studio W2.09

    Take charge of your own safety and attend this free self-defence session at Monash Sport Peninsula. We invite all staff and students to come along and experience a night of fitness fun while learning techniques to increase confidence, self-respect and street awareness. The class is run by professionals from WGKA Langwarrin.

    Register now

  • Human Library @ MRS

    Day Monday
    Time 7–9pm
    Venue Turner Hall

    The Human Library @ MRS is modelled after the original Human Library project, which seeks to ‘better our understanding of diversity in order to help create more inclusive and cohesive communities’ by providing a safe platform for individuals to challenge the stereotype and prejudices that they may have.

  • Instagramming a Queer Account(ing)

    Day Monday – Wednesday
    Time All day
    Venue Building H, Level 1, Rm H110

    A week-long open-air and interactive art installation illustrating a queer account(ing) through images and audience participation. The installation consists of printed images from the queering_accounting Instagram account, creating a physical representation that asks passers-by to engage in a storytelling dialogue. Additional images posted by the audience on Instagram (using hashtag #queeringaccounting) will be added to the installation during the week.

  • MONSU Diversity & Inclusion Week

    Day Monday – Friday
    Time 11am – 2pm
    Venue Building U

    Come to Building U between 11am and 2pm every day for free food, fun and activities and help us celebrate our diverse community and strengthen our inclusive culture by sharing and learning from one another.

  • Q-Lounge

    Day Monday – Friday
    Time All week
    Venue Caulfield Campus Green

    Q-Lounge is an art installation that forms a gathering space for discussions or events, and is a space to relax and watch the special programming that runs throughout the week. The intention is to create a place where interactions and intimacy can occur, the inner space itself being a metaphor for a queer safe space. The design allows for movement and is accessible for all.

  • This Is an Invitation

    Day Monday – Friday
    Time All day
    Venue Caulfield Library, ground floor

    This Is an Invitation ... to get to know the multicultural community of students currently at Monash. We're inviting students to give us glimpses into their lives by creating postcards of thoughtful places, favourite foods or exciting experiences from home, wherever home may be. This is a way to gather many stories and awaken the curiosity and mystery that all of us have about the things we like and remember.

  • Cultural Identity Art Exhibition opening

    Day Monday, Wednesday
    Time 6–8pm
    Venue Jackomos Hall Common Room, Level 1, 44 College Walk

    The Cultural Identity Art Exhibition aims to share different perspectives and experiences in a timeless manner through the media of narrative and photography. Come and learn what culture means to other people and how the differences can affect different lived experiences. There will be an opening and closing event on Monday and Saturday respectively.

  • First in Family Panel: a Student Life Cycle

    Day Tuesday
    Time 10–11.30am
    Venue Premiers Room, Main Pavilion, Monash Sport, 42 Scenic Boulevard

    What’s it like to be the first in your family to attend university? Come and hear a keynote speech from Professor Sharon Pickering, Dean of Arts, followed by a panel of current University students who are at various stages in their studies. You’ll learn about the unique highlights and challenges experienced by first-in-family students. Morning tea is provided.

    Register now

  • Caring for yourself – a workshop for carers by Carers Victoria

    Day Tuesday
    Time 10am – 12pm
    Venue Dean's Conference Room (H10.05), Building H, Level 10

    Do you take better care of the person you’re caring for than yourself? If the answer is yes, you’ll benefit from this workshop. We’ll explore why your health and wellbeing are important and discuss and share strategies to help you care for yourself. Topics include ‘Why caring for ourselves is so important’ and ‘What stops us caring for ourselves?’ Morning tea is provided.

    Register now

  • Crafting Intersectional Futures

    Day Tuesday
    Time 10am – 12pm
    Venue Wholefoods, Campus Centre, Level 2

    Come and practise empathy, solidarity and belonging in an interactive storytelling workshop with Jordan Brown. Together, we’ll experiment in crafting our stories of shared structural barriers, current strengths, and future actions within the Monash community, creating a community quilt that will be displayed across our campuses. All skill levels and stories welcome. Morning tea will be provided.

    Register now

  • Curiositea

    Day Tuesday
    Time 2.30 – 4.30pm
    Venue Caulfield marquee

    MONSU Caulfield, in collaboration with Monash University, invites students from all backgrounds to come down and learn more about sexual diversity, sex, gender identity and the LGBTIQ+/Queer community at Monash. There will be food, tea and coffee, face painting, and a chance for queer and non-queer students to learn and develop.

  • Prudence Melom: E-Raced

    Day Tuesday
    Time 12–1pm
    Venue Monash MPavilion, 26 Ancora Imparo Way

    Prudence Melom arrived in Australia as a refugee in 2007 only speaking two words of English. Now, she's the CEO of the non-profit organisation, E-Raced. An advocate for social change, Prudence believes we can eliminate racism through storytelling, one story at a time. Prudence will share her personal story of becoming a refugee and her work with E-Raced.

    Register now

  • Disability – The Lived Experience

    Day Tuesday
    Time 12–1pm
    Venue Caulfield marquee

    Monash University, in conjunction with the City of Glen Eira, proudly present Disability – The Lived Experience. Three presenters, all with a different lived experience of disability, will share their unique stories.

    A free light lunch will be provided. Registrations close on 1 October.

    Register now

  • Wheel of Diversity

    Day Tuesday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue MONSU Student Lounge

    Come along and test your trivia knowledge on all things diverse! Spin the wheel, answer a question (with lots of support and encouragement from our friendly chaplains), and win a free coffee voucher to celebrate Diversity and Inclusion Week!

  • Developing Intercultural Skills in Future Leaders

    Day Tuesday
    Time 1.30 – 2.30pm
    Venue 20 Chancellor's Walk, Rm E365

    In June, the first Global Leadership Academy (GLA) took place, a partnership between Monash University and Pennsylvania State University. At this event, students and staff who attended the program will come together to share what they learnt, and invite conversations about future collaborative initiatives on intercultural leadership.

    Watch the GLA video

  • Chai and Chill – a discussion on gender (in)equity and poverty within the garment industry

    Day Tuesday
    Time 2.30 – 4pm
    Venue Wholefoods, Campus Centre, Level 2

    Ground-breaking research by Oxfam has shown that the women making our clothes are trapped in a cycle of poverty, no matter how hard they work. Oxfam at Monash invites you to join a discussion about gender (in)equity and poverty within the garment industry and meet our new committee. Chai tea and cookies will be provided.

  • Around the World in 60 Minutes: Exploring the Diverse Opportunities for Overseas Study

    Day Tuesday
    Time 3–4pm
    Venue 20 Chancellors Walk, Room E365

    Each year, over $2 million in travel grants, along with additional loans and scholarships, are on offer to Monash students who want to study abroad. In this panel discussion, students share their overseas study experiences, showcasing the diverse cultural connection programs available to Monash students.

  • Intentional Allies

    Day Tuesday
    Time 3.30 – 4.30pm
    Venue M2 Lecture Theatre, 37 Rainforest Walk

    Would you like to learn more about being an Intentional Ally? Intentional Allies consciously address their own bias and proactively modify their behaviour to create an inclusive culture. They provide crucial support for people in underrepresented groups, helping to create a better culture and community, where everyone can be authentic in a respectful environment.

    Our panel will share information about becoming an Intentional Ally, and discuss their experiences in gender, reconciliation, and LGBTIQ+ issues. Refreshments will be provided

    Register now

  • The Song Keepers

    Day Tuesday
    Time 5.30 – 7.30pm
    Venue Caulfield marquee

    In the obscure churches of remote Central Australia, a hidden musical legacy of ancient Aboriginal languages, sacred poetry and Baroque music is being preserved by the four generations of song women who make up the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir. With the help of their charismatic conductor, they embark on a historic tour of Germany, taking back the hymns given to their great-grandparents by German missionaries, now sung in their own Aboriginal languages.

    Register now

  • FEM Movie and Boardgames Night

    Day Tuesday
    Time 6–9pm
    Venue Learning and Teaching Building, Rm G23 and G55, 19 Ancaro Imparo Way

    Female Engineers at Monash (FEM) brings you a night of boardgames and movies. Whether you're wanting to watch a movie that celebrates female empowerment (Bend it like Beckham) that’s just loads of fun, or you're looking for a night to chill, play some competitive or social card games, and meet new people, we’d love you to join us.

    Register now

  • Diversi-fries

    Day Tuesday
    Time 7 – 9.30pm
    Venue Common Room, Gillies Hall

    Come and join us in the Gillies Hall Common Room for dinner! Build your own loaded fries and chat to your Diversity and Inclusion Residential Advisors. There'll be ingredients representing loaded fries from around the globe, so your fries can be as diverse as you are!

  • One World Festival Lunch

    Day Wednesday
    Time 12–1.30pm
    Venue Cossar Hall Mural Section, Building 40

    One World Festival Lunch celebrates the cultural diversity at Monash with a view to encourge better cross-cultural awareness and understanding. There will be free food, cultural performances, and music and activities from different countries represented by student societies at the Parkville campus.

  • Women in Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

    Day Wednesday
    Time 11am – 2pm
    Venue Hargrave-Andrew Library, T3 teaching space

    Come and learn how to edit Wikipedia and address the biases on this hugely popular platform. You'll use your newly learnt skills to create and edit articles for prominent women in STEM disciplines.

    Register now

  • Bloom

    Day Wednesday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Deck near Building N

    Bloom is an exciting initiative run by MONSU in collaboration with Monash University. You’ll be taught how to pot, care for and nurture plants, while learning how you can nurture your own growth and development by applying mental health self-care strategies. You’ll leave with your own potted plant and a reminder of ways to prioritise your mental health.

  • Game of Commons

    Day Wednesday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Campus Marquee

    Enjoy learning about various cultures while making new friends. You’ll be grouped into teams for a fun quiz competition with prizes! Light refreshments will be available.

    Register by Friday 4 October.

    Register now

  • Playing by the rules: Games about language and culture

    Day Wednesday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Building H, Level 2, Room 35

    Using interactive games, this event celebrates and promotes cultural and linguistic diversity and inclusion. In small groups, you’ll be able to play a variety of entertaining board games and quizzes that will challenge your perceptions of language and culture. There will also be refreshments and prizes!

  • Transition to a New Vision: Trans Equality in Health Services

    Day Wednesday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Seminar Room 1, Level 3, 5 Arnold Street, Box Hill

    Join us for a lunch & learn session led by Sally Goldner from Transgender Victoria. The presentation with Q&A will be held at Box Hill, with zoom connection to other hospitals and clinical sites making up Eastern Health and Eastern Health Clinical School.

  • Wheel of Diversity

    Day Wednesday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Campus Centre, Ground floor

    Come along and test your trivia knowledge on all things diverse! Spin the wheel, answer a question (with lots of support and encouragement from our friendly chaplains), and win a free coffee voucher to celebrate Diversity and Inclusion Week!

  • Gamer G*rl

    Day Wednesday
    Time 12–4pm
    Venue Northern Plaza

    Monash Electronic Gaming Association is participating in Diversity and Inclusion week to promote and represent female identifying, non-binary, and diverse gamers at Monash. We’ll be hosting a variety of casual games that people of any skill level can enjoy. If you have any access needs, please email diversity@mega.org.au.

  • Game (Make)Over!

    Day Wednesday
    Time 5–7pm
    Venue MPA Lounge, Campus Centre, Level 1

    MPA Queer is running this refreshing and playful workshop tackling diverse sexes, genders and sexualities. In groups, you’ll play famous board games, reflecting on their hidden heterosexual and cisgender assumptions and then re-imagining them as inclusive towards the LGBTIQA+ community. Open to Monash graduate students who identify as LGBTIQA+ and our amazing friends and allies! Snacks and drinks are provided.

    Register now

  • Stories Out Loud

    Day Wednesday
    Time 5–7pm
    Venue MPA Lounge, Building C, Level 2

    Taking inspiration from the popular web series of the same name, the MPA have adapted the idea for our community with an event centred on the personal stories and experiences of diversity and inclusion. Come along and support your community of storytellers, listen to their experiences, and network with others.

    Register now

  • All Things Being Equal – Navigating the Barriers to Women in Leadership

    Day Wednesday
    Time 6–8pm
    Venue S11 Lecture Theatre, 16 Rainforest Walk

    In medical schools around Australia, at least half of all students are women, yet the majority of senior and leadership positions in medicine are still held by men. Join MUMUS Gender Equity for an incredible night of inspiring speakers and a workshop on leadership and gender equity in the medical world!

    Speakers: Professor Michelle Leech, Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah, Dr Victoria Atkinson, Professor Helena Teede and Dr Neela Janakiramanan.

    Register now

  • Australia Says Yes! Queer Film and Networking Event

    Day Wednesday
    Time 6–8pm
    Venue Caulfield marquee

    Lights! Camera! Action! Join us for an exciting queer film night and networking event hosted by Melbourne's very own fabulous drag artist Amanda Monroe. We’re bringing together students, educators and practitioners for drinks and nibbles, with a screening of the Australian marriage equality documentary – Australia Says Yes! Popcorn and gelato will be served throughout the evening.

    Register now

  • Macbeth at the Monash MPavilion

    Day Wednesday – Friday
    Time 6.30 – 8.30pm
    Venue Monash MPavilion, 26 Ancora Imparo Way

    Something’s been lost in translation in the 500 years since Shakespeare wrote his cursed play. Language has evolved, theatre has changed, but weak men still take power and our innate wicked desires remain. What will it take to overthrow them?

    Devised by current Monash students, this performance unearths the foundations of Shakespeare’s theatre. Hang those who talk of fear: this is Macbeth.

    Register now

  • Diversity and Inclusion Library launch

    Day Thursday
    Time 10–11am
    Venue Monash Sustainable Development Institute, Ground floor, 8 Scenic Boulevard

    Join us for morning tea to launch the MSDI Diversity and Inclusion Library – a diverse collection of fiction and non-fiction books designed to foster greater understanding of our varying backgrounds and experiences and inclusion of all. Come and discover what books are available, and how you can borrow them from the library!

  • SECE Lean In Circle launch

    Day Thursday
    Time 10–11.30am
    Venue Monash Sport, Main Pavilion, Leaders Room

    The SECE Lean In Circle is open to all permanent, fixed-term and casual staff from SECE who identify as, or with, women. It’s a place where we can be unapologetically ambitious, expand our networks, and help each other achieve our goals. So come to our launch – there will be activities, speakers, and opportunities for you to network with other women in SECE.

    Register now

  • Caring for yourself – a workshop for carers by Carers Victoria

    Day Thursday
    Time 10am – 12pm
    Venue Rm E269, 20 Chancellors Walk

    Do you take better care of the person you’re caring for than yourself? If the answer is yes, you’ll benefit from this workshop. We’ll explore why your health and wellbeing are important and discuss and share strategies to help you care for yourself. Topics include ‘Why caring for ourselves is so important’ and ‘What stops us caring for ourselves?’. Morning tea will be provided.

    Register now

  • Crafting Intersectional Futures

    Day Thursday
    Time 10am – 12pm
    Venue Library, Building L, Level 1, Rm L1.01

    Come and practise empathy, solidarity and belonging in an interactive storytelling workshop with Jordan Brown. Together, we’ll experiment in crafting our stories of shared structural barriers, current strengths, and future actions within the Monash community, creating a community quilt that will be displayed across our campuses. All skill levels and stories welcome.

    Register now

  • Showcase of Inclusive Technology Research

    Day Thursday
    Time 10am – 12pm
    Venue SensiLab Research Lab, Rm G119

    Come and see the work Inclusive Technologies and SensiLab research groups are doing on emerging technologies to support people with disability. Researchers will be there to talk about the work and give you plenty of opportunity to have a play and ask questions. Learn more about inclusive practice with technology and in STEM!

  • What They See: Effective Role Modelling 101

    Day Thursday
    Time 11am – 12pm
    Venue New Horizons Building, Rm 407 and 408, 20 Research Way

    ‘They can’t be what they can’t see’ – but what do they need to see to follow your lead? In this interactive workshop, you’ll learn how to be an effective role model so that you have confidence that ‘when they see you, they see their future’.

    Register now

  • SPHPM Diversity and Inclusion morning tea

    Day Thursday
    Time 11am – 1pm
    Venue Level 1, Tea Room, 553 St Kilda Rd

    We’re hosting a morning tea with international food and rainbow cakes and an interactive session ‘You can’t ask that!’ (based on the ABC program) to open up discussion on difficult conversations and questions people may have about equity, diversity and inclusion.

  • Working towards a work-life balance in a research setting

    Day Thursday
    Time 12–1pm
    Venue The Alfred Centre, Lecture theatre, Level 5, 99 Commercial Rd

    This annual Gender Equity Diversity and Inclusion (GEDI) event will bring together Central Clinical School staff and students for a panel discussion and multicultural lunch. The panel discussion will centre on how we can work towards achieving gender equity and strive for a healthy work-life balance in a research setting.

    Register now

  • Diversity in physics and astronomy

    Day Thursday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Rooms 107 and 110, 10 College Walk

    Hear a short talk highlighting achievements by physicists and astronomers from diverse backgrounds and identities. A panel of scientists will follow, each panelist giving insights into their own career path and how their differences have shaped their experiences. There will be time for questions and a catered lunch of food from around the world will be provided at the end of the panel.

    Register now

  • Game of Commons

    Day Thursday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Learning and Teaching Building, Rm G03

    Enjoy learning about various cultures while making new friends. You’ll be grouped into teams for a fun quiz competition with prizes! Light refreshments will be available.

    Register by Friday 4 October.

    Register now

  • Is AI inclusive? The Great Debate, presented by Monash Tech Talks

    Day Thursday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Isabella Fraser Room, State Library Victoria (direct entry via La Trobe Street, Gate 5), 328 Swanston Street

    AI is creating new opportunities for marginalised people, bringing diverse groups together in new ways. However, the machine learning, software and algorithms underpinning it also reinforce and enhance inequality (e.g. through gender and racial exclusion).

    Hosted by pioneer Australian comedian Rob Quantock, this Tech Talk is your chance to hear different arguments on whether AI is truly inclusive.

    Register now

  • Wheel of Diversity

    Day Thursday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Deck near Building N

    Come along and test your trivia knowledge on all things diverse! Spin the wheel, answer a question (with lots of support and encouragement from our friendly chaplains), and win a free coffee voucher to celebrate Diversity and Inclusion Week!

  • Talkin’ ’bout My Generation

    Day Tuesday
    Time 2–3pm
    Venue New Horizons, Ground floor, Room G29, 20 Research Way

    Did you know that, during an undergraduate degree, you could work with peers from up to 5 generations? In this panel, we’ll ask a range of students who participated in CURIE programs how they found the ‘sweet spot’ when working in multi-generational teams. Stay for sweet treats after the panel!

    Register now

  • Parade of National Dress

    Day Thursday
    Time 1–3pm
    Venue 10 Chancellors Walk, Rm M4

    Come, learn and enjoy! Nursing and Midwifery has partnered with the Australian Nursing Studies' internationally qualified nurses to showcase the national dress of various countries, as well as providing a taste of culture, dance, song and food.

  • Macbeth at the Monash MPavilion - Matinée

    Day Thursday
    Time 2.30 – 4.30pm
    Venue Monash MPavilion, 26 Ancora Imparo Way

    Something’s been lost in translation in the 500 years since Shakespeare wrote his cursed play. Language has evolved, theatre has changed, but weak men still take power and our innate wicked desires remain. What will it take to overthrow them?

    Devised by current Monash students, this performance unearths the foundations of Shakespeare’s theatre. Hang those who talk of fear: this is Macbeth.

    Register now

  • In My Own Words documentary screening

    Day Tuesday
    Time 4–6pm
    Venue LT1, Sissons Building

    Up to 70% of Aboriginal adults are functionally illiterate. In My Own Words follows the journey of adult Aboriginal students and their teachers as they discover the transformative power of reading and writing for the first time. Director Erica Glynn is there for every day of a 13-week Literacy for Life Foundation course, capturing the women and men, hardship and resilience, and friendship and humour behind the sobering statistics.

    Register now

  • Nevo Zisin: Author Talk

    Day Thursday
    Time 3.30 – 5pm
    Venue Matheson Library, Rm 1.04

    Author, Nevo Zisin, will speak about their book, Finding Nevo: How I Confused Everyone. Zisin is a young activist, writer and public speaker whose memoir explores the complexities of gender identity and sexuality. Join us for this thought-provoking talk, followed by afternoon tea. (Image credit: Proud Minority)

    Register now

  • Diversity and Mental Health – An Interactive Panel Discussion

    Day Thursday
    Time 5.30 – 8.30pm
    Venue Cossar Hall, Building 401

    How do the discriminatory aspects of society affect mental health, self-esteem and self-worth? Join us for an interactive exploration of the relationship between discrimination and stress and their impact on employment opportunity, relationships and wellbeing. The event includes facilitated group discussions with guest speakers and Q&A. Some topics for discussion may be upsetting.

    Register now

  • Indigenous Cultural Competence Training

    Day Friday
    Time 9am – 12pm
    Venue Building 4, Room 5-505

    This training is for those teaching at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. You’ll learn about Indigenous history and how to provide a culturally safe environment for Indigenous Australians.

    Register now

  • Crafting Intersectional Futures

    Day Friday
    Time 10am – 12pm
    Venue The Helen Macpherson Smith Education Space, Monash University Museum of Art

    Come and practise empathy, solidarity and belonging in an interactive storytelling workshop with Jordan Brown. Together, we’ll experiment in crafting our stories of shared structural barriers, current strengths, and future actions within the Monash community, creating a community quilt that will be displayed across our campuses. All skill levels and stories welcome.

    Register now

  • eSolutions Service Desk Diversity Day Celebrations

    Day Friday
    Time 12–2pm
    Venue Daintree Room, Building 203, Level 1, 700 Blackburn Rd

    The eSolutions Service Desk is hosting an event to celebrate the rich cultural diversity of our staff at Monash and to promote inclusion. Kicking off at 12pm, the event includes shared cultural food, cultural trivia and language games.

  • Diversity in Action

    Day Friday
    Time 5–7pm
    Venue Learning and Teaching Building, Rm 132, 19 Ancora Imparo Way

    Diversity in Action is an interactive workshop where students from different backgrounds can share their experiences of studying and life. It’s a great opportunity for students (in particular, new students) to build their ‘courage muscle’ in a diverse learning environment. Light refreshments will be available.

    Register by Friday 4 October.

    Register now

  • Cultural Identity Art Exhibition closing event

    Day Sat 12 Oct
    Time 1–3pm
    Venue Jackomos Hall Common Room, Level 1, 44 College Walk

    The Cultural Identity Art Exhibition aims to share different perspectives and experiences in a timeless manner through the media of narrative and photography. Come and learn what culture means to other people and how the differences can affect different lived experiences. You can also view the exhibition on Monday (opening) and Wednesday between 6–8pm.

Contact us

Email: inclusive-communities@monash.edu

Call: 9905 9499