Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality
Inspired by Gurindji/Malngin leader Vincent Lingiari, this exhibition considers the impact of the Gurindji Walk-Off in sparking the national land rights movement.
Fight for Survival
The story of a landmark moment in Australian History when communities united to save Victoria’s treasured Northland Secondary College.
Bunjilaka respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Country on which we stand, and we pay our respects to First Peoples across Victoria and Australia.
Language – Boon Wurrung and Woi Wurrung
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Our First People’s Educator Di-Di Vaha’akolo shares some special drawings from our River of Language exhibition
River of Language
ngulu wurneet, galada-al wurrung-u, parniwaru tyalingi, waran woorroong-ee, barringgi dyaling brings to life the languages of south-eastern Australia.
Burlesque dancing and basket weaving: the incredible life of Aunty Veronica Barnett
Step into the adventurous past of one of the Melbourne Museum's public faces.
The hidden history of Aboriginal stockwoman
As told by a Koa stockwoman, mother and doctor of philosophy.
The timeless and living art of possum skin cloaks
The First Peoples of south-eastern Australia have been making possum skin cloaks since time immemorial—today the practice is flourishing.
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