Stories from the yarning circle: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women's war art

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Free curator-led talk
Meet in the Orientation Gallery, 12.30 pm

To mark the 99th anniversary of Aboriginal servicewoman Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s (Kath Walker) birth, join a curator for a behind-the-scenes talk and view works of art by female Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. Learn about the significant contribution these women have made to our understanding of the Australian Indigenous experience of war and its enduring impact.

Bookings are essential and close Tuesday 29 October

Please note any mobility requirements when booking

For bookings:
E: public.programs@awm.gov.au
P: (02) 6243 4473

Book giveaway
One lucky attendee at this talk will be picked at random to receive a free copy of Kulinmaya! Keep listening, everybody! - a magnificent celebration of Kunmanara Williams’ life and art, written in Pitjantjatjara and English.

Mr Williams was one of 19 artists commissioned by the Memorial to produce the collaborative painting Kulatangku angakanyini manta munu Tjurkurpa (Country and Culture will be protected by spears), proudly on permanent display in the Memorial's Orientation Gallery.