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Australian Museum Presents World Premiere of Carriberrie: A Virtual Reality Journey of Aboriginal Dance and Song
The Australian Museum presents the world premiere of Carriberrie, celebrating Aboriginal dance, music and song in virtual reality (VR).
Weave: The Festival of Aboriginal and Pacific Cultures
Australian Museum presents 'Weave: Festival of Aboriginal and Pacific Cultures' on 1 March.
Australian Museum appoints Laura McBride as Director, First Nations
Today on International Women’s Day 2021, the Australian Museum (AM) has announced the appointment of Laura McBride as Director, First Nations, a new role for the Museum on the AM’s executive leadership team.
Australian Museum to present Unsettled, a groundbreaking First Nations exhibition
Exhibition informed by extensive community consultation opens FREE to the public.
Citizen science programs and journalistic endeavours celebrated at Australia's leading science awards
The Australian Museum (AM) today announced the 15 finalists selected in the Science Engagement category at Australia’s leading science awards, the 2021 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
Lunchtime Conversation 2021: Chels Marshall & Dr Mariko Smith
Listen to Indigenous systems ecologist Chels Marshall and facilitator Dr Mariko Smith discussing deep cultural knowledge.
Lunchtime Conversation 2021: Bianca Hunt and Professor John Maynard
NITV’s Yokayi Footy presenter Bianca Hunt and Professor John Maynard, Chair of Aboriginal History at the University of Newcastle, talk opportunities, barriers and responsibilities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sportspeople past and present.
Lunchtime Conversation 2021: Daniel Boyd and Stephen Gilchrist
Artist Daniel Boyd and Academic Dr Stephen Gilchrist discuss the legacy of Emily Kame Kngwarreye and the importance of place and ceremony in art today.
Lunchtime Conversation 2021: Wesley Enoch and Rhoda Roberts AO
Arts leaders Wesley Enoch and Rhoda Roberts AO reflect on the legacy of writer Oodgeroo Noonuccal and activism in the arts.
Lunchtime Conversation 2021: Professor Larissa Behrendt AO and Dr Jason DeSantolo
Distinguished Professor Larissa Behrendt AO and Dr Jason DeSantolo explore the legacy of David Unaipon and how traditional systems and knowledge are helping solve contemporary issues.