Kiah Krafts, c. 1988, Necklace, gumnuts, nylon line, 383 x 140 mm, Koorie Heritage Trust collection, AH 00300, Graham Barring photography.

COMING SOON – THEY SHIELD US

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 and Lisa Waup.

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Koorie Heritage Trust, Tiffany Garvie Photography

RIVER REED NECKLACE AND BRACELET MAKING WITH ROCKY TREGONNING

Rocky Tregonning is a Gunaikurnai man and a Senior Cultural Tour Guide here at the Koorie Heritage Trust. Bring the kids along during the next school holidays and they can create their own river reed bracelets and necklaces just in time for NAIDOC week. Friday 5 July, 2019 1pm – 3pm FREE Koorie Heritage Trust […]

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COMMUNITY ONLY WEAVING WITH DONNA BLACKALL

Join us for a yarn and weave with Yorta Yorta/Taungurung woman, Donna Blackall. Donna has been weaving for over 10 years and was taught by Gunditjmara woman and master weaver Bronwyn Razem and continues to share her knowledge. The technique Donna uses is a Satin Stitch basket weave that she uses to make both traditional […]

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Image from The Long Walk

LEARN AND PLAY MARNGROOK – THE LONG WALK

As part of The Long Walk, in the lead-up to the Dreamtime at the G match, learn about the history of the Marngrook (Aboriginal Football) and have a play using a real possum skin ball. The word Marngrook comes from the Gunditjmara language (South Western Victoria) and means ‘game ball’. Elements of the game of […]

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Peter Waples-Crowe (Ngarigo), The Fetish Stick, 2018, collage and acrylic on canvas, image courtesy of the artist.

NOW SHOWING – INSIDEOUT

insideOUT is a binary-blurring experience constructed by Ngarigo artist Peter Waples-Crowe.

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Kelsey and Tarryn Love, Gunditjmara, ink on watercolour paper. Image courtesy of the artists.

NOW SHOWING – KOORROYARR

The exhibition Koorroyarr presents works by Gunditjmara Keerray Woorroong artists.artists and sisters; Kelsey and Tarryn Love incorporating possum skin, weaving, sculpture, wood, and canvas.

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Koorie Heritage Trust colouring-in activity. Tiffany Garvie Photography.

KIDS ACTIVITY SHEET

Complete fun activities while learning about Australia's Aboriginal cultural heritage.

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BIRRARUNG WILAM (RIVER CAMP) WALK

Join us every Wednesday - Saturday at 1pm on our Birrarung Wilam (River Camp) Walk.

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NOW SHOWING – COLLECTION DISPLAY

Explore our diverse artworks and objects collection.

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ONLINE EXHIBITION – ORAL HISTORY RECORDINGS

An online collection of films featuring Oral Histories of Koorie Elders from around Victoria.

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