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Community visit by elders Marcia Jerry (Girramay) and Carol Chong with curator David Kaus. They are viewing a collection item from far north Queensland's rainforest areas, in the collection Access room at Mitchell.

Photo: George Serras

Two women and a man examine an indigenous bark shield.

Elder Patrick Hume in Perth speaking with content project manager Benita Tunks about the Encounters project.

Photo: Songa Balaga.

A man and woman standing in a park examining vegetation.

Curator Peter Thorley on the Northern Territory and West Australian border.

Photo: Pip Deveson.

Man standing next to a car, a large rock formation features in the background.

Curator Andy Greenslade and Uncle Seaman Dan enjoy a tall story with Karl Neuendfeldt at the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair in 2009. Uncle Seaman had just celebrated his 80th birthday and gave a special guest appearance at the fair's concert.

Photo: Pip McNaught.

Three people sitting in an outdoor setting talking to each other.

Abe Muriata talking with curator Jay Arthur at the Girringun Aboriginal Arts Centre in Cardwell, North Queensland for the Encounters project.

Photo: Michael Pickering.

Two people sitting on chairs. They are surrounded by artwork in display cases. A camera and operator can be seen in the foreground.

Curator and repatriation officer Lee Burgess talking about the wooden shields in the Museum's Open collections area.

Photo: Jason McCarthy.

A man standing in front of a wall covered in bark shields.

Curator Jono Lineen with an exhibit in the On Country photographic exhibition showing how Dhimurru Rangers in Cape York are fighting to save Cape York sea turtles.

Photo: Judith Hickson.

A man stands to the side of a video display depicting a man holding a sea turtle and egg.

Move it Mob Style dancers Shari Togo and Ryka Satrick with curator Barbara Paulson after an Australia Day performance at the National Museum.

Photo: Jilda Andews.

<em>Move it Mob Style</em> dancers Shari Togo and Ryka Satrick with curator Barbara Paulson after an Australia Day performance at the National Museum.