To launch our 2021 In Visible Ink Symposium, we convene conversations around the themes of deconstruction and reconstruction of visual and civic culture.
A screening and conversation about the importance of shining a light and giving visibility to the multiple and diverse histories of the Australian landscape.
Sharing lessons from his own journey, Shaun Nannup will lead us through how we process strong emotions that stop us connecting with the truth or each other.
In this interactive session, Professor Len Collard will share his life work in researching Noongar place names, joined by Community Arts Network's CEO, Monica Kane.
That was my home: voices from the Noongar Camps explores the hidden histories of the Noongar camps. Enjoy stories from this popular book with Denise Cook and Lynette Coomer.
Galup, That Was My Home, and Always Wadjemup. Local creatives are using the arts in innovative ways to reveal and bring back to life hidden and erased landscapes in Perth.
Enjoy a guided tour of Ngalang Koort Boodja Wirn with Michelle Broun. This exhibition shares the stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Western Australia.
We convene a conversation about how Curtin University is catalysing the Carrolup artworks into a Centre that will become a focal point for understanding the history and consequences of dispossession.
Join Jay Emmanuel, artists Lilly Blue, Jo Pollitt and Marziya Mohammedali in a conversation about agency for diverse and creative voices to tell stories that make visible universal themes of childhood, profound loss and unexpected joy.