Old and New is the sixth solo exhibition from Yorta Yorta visual and performance artist Greg Muir. Taking inspiration from photographs, most from his own collection, Greg takes us on a captivating journey retelling the story of his life through art.
Camping on Country is an ambitious and immersive solo exhibition by Gunditjmara master weaver, Aunty Bronwyn Razem. Camping on Country tells the stories of families coming together and elders teaching the importance of being on Country — passing down knowledge and old ways.
Marnda Grik means large spider in Woiwurrung. Marnda Grik is a weaver of story, history and Country. She embodies the matriarchs of our past. In this new body of work, Blackgin explores her relationship with Marnda Grik.
KIDS ART WORKSHOP FOR THE KOORIE ART SHOW: KIDS AND YOUTH AWARDS
In the lead up to the The Koorie Art Show: Kids and Youth Awards, join Cassie Leatham, a Taungurung and Wurundjeri woman of the Kulin Nation, to learn about and create First Nations adornments in an art workshop for kids.
They Shield Us is an exhibition that draws on the Koorie Heritage Trust’s Collection along with new works by artists Yaraan Bundle, Djirri Djirri Dance Group, Isobel Morphy-Walsh, Marilyne Nicholls, Laura Thompson and Lisa Waup.
Memory Mixtape focuses on films that contest official histories, celebrate ancestral embodiment, and are documents for change. Blak cinema is used as evidence for land rights claims, royal commissions and is often the mouthpiece for historical truths colonial Australia tries to forget. But forgetting isn’t in our business.