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Tuesday, November 20 • 11:17am - 11:32am
Activating collections in remote Western Australia

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We share with you stories of our cultural projects, which utilise contemporary and historical audiovisual recordings to support teaching and learning in the Kimberley region of North West Australia. We discuss the importance of collections being accessible in remote Aboriginal communities, engaging community members in digitisation and conservation practices, and examples of how elders and young people are activating collections to keep culture strong in Mowanjum Community and related homelands.
Link to Dolord Mindi, Mowanjum Community's Collection and Media Space

Speakers
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Katie Breckon

Educator and Collection Management Consultant, Junba Project / Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre
Katie Breckon is an artist, educator and cultural heritage worker based in the remote Kimberley region of North West Australia. Originally from Wellington, Katie has dedicated the last six years to establishing and managing Dolord Mindi, Mowanjum Community's Collection and Media Space... Read More →
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Johnny Divilli

Ranger, Junba Dancer / Singer, Junba Project
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Pete O'Connor

Ranger, Junba Dancer / Singer, Junba Project / Dambimangari Rangers


Tuesday November 20, 2018 11:17am - 11:32am
Soundings Theatre Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Attendees (58)