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Emu Sky Exhibition
April 2 @ 11:00 - 12:00 AEDT
Through art, research and storytelling, Aboriginal community members share their culture, knowledge and artistic practice. Developing from explorations of Aboriginal knowledge, science, language and land management practice, Emu Sky refers to the dark nebula that appears in the night sky in the shape of an emu, across southeastern Australia and beyond. It is central to the ecological and cultural practices of diverse Aboriginal groups across Australia and tells a powerful story of the importance of Indigenous knowledge of Country.
Join a group of Humanists at 11, to view the exhibition – free admission – after which philosopher Dr Janette Poulton will facilitate discussion about it.
Contact Jennie, 04 0709 8022.