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Next issue highlights ...

Bird purnu (carved wood) sculptureBird purnu (carved wood) sculpture

Purnu sculptures by Jean Inyalanka Bourke

  • The upcoming Warakurna History Paintings exhibition
  • The Working on Country exhibition
  • Updates on other new and continuing projects such as the Encounters exhibition and project and The Seven Sisters project
  • More objects from our National Historical Collection

The next issue of Goree will only be available online and is due out in April 2013.

Host Kristy Greaves showing the Goree magazine on the Museum website

Visitor Host Kristy Greaves shows Goree on the Museum website. Photo: Barbara Paulson


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