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Consider community and country as inspiration in the work of Indigenous artists, writers and performers, responding to women artists currently on display in Marking Time: Indigenous Art from the NGV.

Presented in partnership with the National Gallery of Victoria.

This event will be Auslan interpreted.

Featuring

Judith Ryan

Judith Ryan AM is Senior Curator of Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). Judith received a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Fine Arts and English Literature at The University of Melbourne and a Certificate in Education at Oxford University. In her role at the NGV she has curatorial... Read more

Bridget Caldwell-Bright

Bridget Caldwell-Bright is a Jingili Mudburra writer and editor based in Melbourne. She works as a freelance editor for Hardie Grant Books as well as commissioning editor for literary journal the Lifted Brow. She was previously co-editor for Archer magazine’s First Nations Edition and managing edi... Read more

Laniyuk

Laniyuk is a writer and performer of poetry and short memoir. She contributed to the book Colouring the Rainbow: Blak Queer and Trans Perspectives in 2015, has been published online in Djed Press and the Lifted Brow, as well as in poetry collections such as Solid Air (UQP 2019). She received Canbe... Read more

Taylah Cole

Taylah Cole is an Indigenous textile designer and artist, with a BA in Textile Design. In her practise she focuses lots of different subject matters in her art and design practise, they tend to overlap as both of these areas complement each other well. Storytelling is something that always unifies a... Read more

Location

NGV Australia, Federation Square

The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia, Federation Square

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