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Goree

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


STORIES

5 Sep 2014

Opening of Warlpiri Drawings: Remembering the Future

The Warlpiri Drawings: Remembering the Future exhibition opened at the National Museum of Australia on 14 August 2014. Warlpiri Drawings displays important early works from the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, in celebration of the institute's 50th anniversary.

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STORIES

4 Sep 2014

Visitors from Framlingham

Two men stand in front of a bark hut on display at the museum.

Framlingham visitors Possum Clark-Ugle, Chairman of Framlingham Aboriginal Trust, and his colleague Mick Fitzgerald, took the opportunity while in Canberra on business to drop in at the National Museum.

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STORIES

27 Aug 2014

Artist Paul Bong visits the Museum

A man painting on a large canvas.

Aboriginal artist and printmaker, Paul Bong, a Yidinyji man from the Babinda-Gordonvale region south of Cairns, recently braved one of Canberra's coldest days to meet with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander program curators, Barbara Paulson, David Kaus and Jay Arthur at the National Museum.

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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.