A calendar of Melbourne-based events that promote diversity and tackle pressing social, environmental and political issues.
Australia’s history of colonisation and detention will be put on trial when Indigenous elders, artists, human rights activists, refugees, lawyers, young leaders and outlaws come together to create an Australian Truth and Reconciliation Tribunal.
A pop-up destination for researchers, artists and book lovers, The Community Reading Room (CRR) holds space for individuals who identify as First Nations and People of Colour to encounter texts that acknowledge and place their lived experience and practice at the centre, rather than the margin.
Our July short films explore family relationships, romance, and connections to country and culture.
Presented by Melbourne Artists for Asylum Seekers and featuring the works of 24 artists, including artists formerly detained at the Manus Regional Processing Centre, 'Awakening' explores language, expression, identity and barriers.
Nicholson’s new body of work considers Monas as a starting point to contemplate the formation of national identity more generally, both for those who reside in their place of birth and those who have been forced to move from their homeland to distant shores.