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Goree

The Goree newsletter looks at the activities and achievements of the National Museum of Australia as we engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their material culture, and share their stories.


COMMUNITY
VISITS

20 Oct 2017

Harvesting yams in Yolηu country photo essay

Yam harvest

The upcoming Midawarr | Harvest exhibition explores the plants of Yolngu country in north-east Arnhem Land based on works by artists Mulkun Wirrpanda and John Wolseley.

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COMMUNITY
VISITS

14 Jul 2017

Gab Titui annual art awards

Group photo of men and women in brightly-coloured uniforms

Patricia Williamson, Head of the Museum's Aboriginal and Torres Islander Peoples team, recently visited the Gab Titui Cultural Centre in the Torres Strait.

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STORIES

13 Jun 2017

Nudging and shoving for change

Two men and a woman in a wheel chair, on a stage

The National Museum was honoured to host Professor John Maynard and Aboriginal rights activists Ray Peckham and Joyce Clague and their families for the launch of our new exhibition, A Change is Gonna Come.

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Previous issues

Goree, November 2012, Volume 9, Issue 2

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MINMin (Museum Indigenous Network)

MINMin supports Indigenous employees at the National Museum, socially and in the workplace.

It is the first point of contact for issues that affect First Australians more broadly, as well as being a resource for the Museum.