Share the stories of people, politics and creative projects from the Murray-Darling Basin, in this One River Centenary of Canberra symposium, developed in partnership with the Museum.
Welcome and introduction to Critical Undercurrents – a One River symposium
Robyn Archer outlines how she conceived One River as a means to recognise and explore Canberra’s status as the largest city in the Murray-Darling Basin. Kirsten Wehner outlines how One River has been flowing through the Museum.
Panel discussion led by Malcolm McKinnon
Panel discussion with artists, activist, author and Ngarrindejeri elder about the Murray-Darling Basin and their involvement in the One River project.
One River artists’ talks facilitated by Barbara Paulson
Barbara Paulson, an assistant curator with the Museum’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program, facilitates this session of talks given by artists who participated in the One River project.
One River artists' talks facilitated by Dr George Main
George Main, a senior curator in the Museum’s People and the Environment team, facilitates a second session of talks given by artists who participated in the One River project.