From dark to light: a centre for truth-telling
$40pp ($20 concession)
The Carrolup artworks were produced by Aboriginal children stolen from their families and detained at the Western Australian Carrolup Native Settlement in the 1940’s. The power of their artworks to illuminate a dark history and help us understand the impact of intergenerational trauma is enormous.
We convene a conversation about how Curtin University is catalysing the artworks into a Centre that will become a focal point for understanding the history and consequences of dispossession.
Location: Hackett Hall
In Visible Ink is a Museum of Freedom and Tolerance endeavour that makes visible the invisible. Through sharing and amplifying stories, histories, art, conversations and projects that inspire people to see differently, it aims to make changes towards a more just world.
The WA Museum Boola Bardip is hosting In Visible Ink in March 2021.
If you register for a tour, program or an event, general entry is included in your booking.