Focus on First Nations: Collective Movements and Deadly Learning


Mon May 23 2022 at 10:00 am to 02:30 pm


Monash University Museum of Art | Melbourne, VI

During this professional learning program for educators we’ll take a deep dive into notions of collaboration, collectivity and inter-generational knowledge sharing from the perspective of leading First Nations creatives and academics from across the Kulin Nation and regional Victoria.
Meet Taungurung artist and curator Kate ten Buuren, and Lardil and Yangkaal artist and curator Maya Hodge to find out about the process of researching and developing the exhibition at MUMA, 'Collective Movements' (5 May – 23 July 2022), then join the Pitcha Makin’ Fellas for a workshop in the galleries.
We’ll also introduce MUMA’s new First Nations education resource Deadly Learning for schools. This online platform celebrates the voices, artworks and practices of leading contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists through a growing repository of interviews, videos and curriculum linked learning activities.
Event details
23 May 2022, 10am–2:30pm
Cost: $60 (lunch, refreshments and all workshop materials provided)
Bookings essential, email [email protected]
Image: Pitcha Makin’ Fellas

Where is it happening?

Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia

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Monash University Museum of Art

Host or Publisher Monash University Museum of Art

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