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31 May 2019
2 March 2018 - 22 June 2019
26 March 2019 - 30 June 2019
As a part of #NRW2019 we'll be running film screenings every day at lunchtime on the Caulfield Campus Green big screen.
The films will be streamed via Kanopy, a Library-managed resource. Come along to see:
The Apology (2008) 22 minutes
Servant or Slave (2016) 58 minutes
We don't need a Map (2017) 88 minutes
Who we Are: Brave New Clan (2015) 48 minutes
Intervention: Stories from the Inside (2009) 47 minutes
Alongside the films we will be displaying 3D animations from the Monash Country Lines Archive. The Archive uses the latest 3D animation technology to bring Indigenous stories and languages to life – recording the past, preserving the present, and protecting Indigenous languages and knowledge into the future.
See you there!
We're kicking off Reconciliation Week with a curator's tour of our current Special Collections exhibition 'Indigenous Rights: Protest in Print.' Come along, meet our curators and learn about the work behind the exhibition, and our collections.
Tuesday 28th and Thursday 30th
11am - 12pm
The Gallery, Matheson Library
No registration required
For more details and events as a part of #NRW2019 visit monash.edu/reconciliation-week
One of our very own librarians competing on the world stage! Go Shae!
For #NRW2019 we'll be hosting a suite of events including artists talks, film screenings, and curator tours. This week is a time for us to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation.
Come along and hear the stories of Indigenous people through art, film and literature. Find out more monash.edu/reconciliation-week
Don't miss out! Tomorrow night! Maree Clarke is a pivotal figure in the reclamation of south-east Australian Aboriginal art practices and as a leader in nurturing and promoting the diversity of contemporary south-east Aboriginal artists.
Register to hear Clarke's stories, enjoy an afternoon tea and see her works installed in Matheson Library as part of the Monash Collection.
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