Moorina Bonini, Untitled, 2019, digital image. Image courtesy of the artist.

RE / CONNECTING

A solo exhibition by Yorta Yorta artist Moorina Bonini in our lvl 2 Project Space.

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Peta Clancy (Bangerang), Undercurrent 1, from the series Undercurrent, 2018-2019, inkjet pigment print, image courtesy of the artist.

UNDERCURRENT

A solo exhibition by Bangerang photographer Peta Clancy exploring sites of frontier violence and massacres, created in collaboration with the Dja Dja Wurrung community.

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APPLY NOW – EXPRESSION OF INTEREST TO EXHIBIT IN 2019 PROGRAM

Apply to exhibit in our 2019 program.

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Marilyne Nicholls [Wadi Wadi, Yorta Yorta, Dja Dja Wurrung, Ngarringdjeri, Ladji Latji, Yulpagulp, Barrappa Barrappa] Emu Feathered Necklace and Parrot Feather Necklace 2017, feathers, fibre, ochre, [private collection], Winner of the Koorie Art Show 2017 3D Award, James Henry Photography

THE KOORIE ART SHOW 2018

The Koorie Art Show is our annual event showcasing the diverse talent of Victoria’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in one inclusive space.

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THE KOORIE ART SHOW: KIDS AND YOUTH AWARDS 2018

The Koorie Heritage Trust is excited to launch our first Koorie Art Show: Kids and Youth Awards 2018, and is calling for Entries into the Exhibition.

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Koorie Heritage Trust collection item, Graham Baring 2009

NOW SHOWING – THE CANOE PROJECT, STORIES FROM THE COLLECTION

This display in our level 3 canoe table, brings together objects from the Koorie Heritage Trust collection and Victorian Aboriginal community members.

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Josh Muir, TONG, 2018, digital print on aluminium. Image courtesy of the artist.

JOSH X MUIR

A solo exhibition by Josh Muir.

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Graphic design by Marcus Lee.

BLAK DESIGN MATTERS

A national survey of Contemporary Indigenous Design curated by Jefa Greenaway.

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Hannah Bronte, welcome to the muvva, 2017, digital. Image courtesy of the artist

NEXT MATRIARCH

Next Matriarch hosts a conversation between seven Aboriginal women who reflect the next wave of Sovereign female voices in Australian contemporary art.

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Cassie Leatham, Warrigal Creek Middens, 2016, pipe clay, bones, shells, ochre, charcoal. Koorie Heritage Trust Collection.

BAGA-K GAABI BRUNGA BIIK (SYMBOLS IN SAND)

Featuring emu feather skirts, carvings, jewellery, ceramics, and possum and kangaroo skin cloaks, Taungurung/Wurundjeri artist Cassie Leatham presents an installation showcasing her artistic and cultural practice over the past two years.

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