You are viewing 11–20 programs of 393.

Popup

New Encounters Greg Lehman presentation

Gregory P Lehman, Senior Lecturer, Institute for Koorie Education, Deakin University

New Encounters: communities, collections and museums conference, 16 March 2016

A descendant of the Trawulwuy people of Tasmania, Greg gives a history of the visual representation of Tasmanian Aboriginal people by colonial artists and examines JS Prout’s portraits of Aboriginal people at Wybalenna on Flinders Island.

collection, indigenous, museums

Popup

New Encounters Shayne Williams presentation

Dr Shayne Williams, Language and Culture Consultant, NSW Aboriginal and Education Consultative Group

New Encounters: communities, collections and museums conference, 16 March 2016

Dharawal man Shayne Williams on Indigenous peoples and museums working together to advance cultural education for all and overcoming tensions around ownership of cultural artefacts in museums.

Transcript

collection, indigenous, museums

Popup

New Encounters public panel discussion

Dr Richard West Jr, Professor Paul Tapsell, Dr Dawn Casey, Dr Richard Luarkie and Associate Professor David Garneau with ABC presenter Geraldine Doogue

New Encounters: communities, collections and museums conference, 16 March 2016

Distinguished First Nations people from Canada, the United States, New Zealand and Australia discuss the negotiation between their traditions and their place in the modern world. What role do museums and artefacts have in this negotiation?

Transcript

collection, indigenous, museums

Popup

New Encounters Mathew Trinca keynote presentation

Dr Mathew Trinca Director, National Museum of Australia

New Encounters: communities, collections and museums conference, 16 March 2016

Museum director Mathew Trinca on the strength and potency of objects in the Encounters exhibition, their impact on Indigenous and non-Indigenous people today and how museums can empower Indigenous communities to manage collections.

Transcript

collection, indigenous, museums

Popup

New Encounters Richard West Jr keynote presentation

Dr Richard West Jr, CEO, Autry Museum of the American West; Founding Director, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian

New Encounters: communities, collections and museums conference, 16 March 2016

Cheyenne Arapaho citizen and museum director Richard West Jr on the impact of repatriation legislation on museums and Native communities in the United States and what that experience suggests for museums in the 21st century.

Transcript

collection, indigenous, museums

Popup

Landmark women: Diane Kargas AM

Diane Kargas, General Manager, Philanthropy Matters

Landmark Women, 20 November 2015

Diane on family, community, philanthropy, tackling homelessness, supporting carers and charities and making a difference.

Transcript

homelessness, philanthropy, poverty

Popup

Landmark women: Christine Waring

Christine Waring, milliner

Landmark Women, 23 October 2015

Christine describes her love of hats, learning and teaching millinery, opening her studio and working in Australia and overseas. Includes an appraisal of the latest fashion hats and accessories.

Transcript

art, craft, culture, history

Popup

Landmark women: Dr Judy West

Dr Judy West, Executive Director, Australian National Botanic Gardens

Landmark Women, 18 September 2015

Judy talks about her love of the country and her work as a botanist across Australia and at CSIRO and the Australian National Botanic Gardens.

Transcript

botany, plants, science, urban

Popup

Landmark women: Robyn Hendry

Robyn Hendry, Chief Executive Officer, Canberra Business Chamber

Landmark Women, 21 August 2015

Robyn on business, tourism, the growth of the capital over 30 years and Canberra career women hitting their stride.

Transcript

Canberra, business, industry, women

Popup

Censorship, suffering, and shellshock in World War I reporting

Dr Fay Anderson, Monash University; Dr Janda Gooding, National Museum of Australia; with an introduction by Dr Mathew Trinca, Director of the National Museum of Australia

Life on the Home Front Symposium, 7 August 2015

Janda Gooding introduced the theme of this session before Fay Anderson discussed Australian war correspondents who reported on and also experienced physical and psychological trauma. She also looked at the relationship between truth and censorship.

Transcript

conflict, nation

%s1 / %s2