That was my home: voices from the Noongar Camps
That was my home: voices from the Noongar Camps explores the hidden histories of the Noongar camps around Fremantle, Swanbourne and Shenton Park in the suburbs of Perth along the Swan River. The focus is the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, a time when many Noongar people lived with their families in camps. The voices of Noongar people, juxtaposed with information from the archives, photographs and stories from others in the community, tell of life in the camps, work, cross-cultural tensions and friendships. Enjoy stories from this popular book with Denise Cook and Lynette Coomer.
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.