Voices across time
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First Peoples' culture and connections stretch back into Deep Time and their sovereignty is unceded.
People from around the world left their homes and arrived here, impacting the Country and lives of First Peoples. They also brought their memories and cultures, and they continue to contribute to an evolving diverse society.
Journey through time to hear how the stories of First Peoples and the migrants that followed have intersected in joy, sorrow, loss and resilience.
Stories now showing
Fair and fascinating: girls in 19th century Victoria.
Setsutaro Hasegawa, Japanese migrant and WWII internee, 1897-1952
Forget the Stereotypes
Presents the moving experiences of contemporary international students in Melbourne through an evocative filmic experience.
The Ceresoli brothers
It is 1964, on a footpath in Carlton. Outside La Cumparsita Hall small groups of finely-dressed revellers take in the cool air. They are here for the music and spectacle of the Ceresoli brothers’ Ballo Mokambo.