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NSW: Ngarraanga nginundi Yuludara - Remember your Dreaming - 3 June 2013
VIC: 2013 Victorian Indigenous Honour Roll Road Show Exhibition - 3 June 2013
ACT: First Ladies: Significant Australian Women 1913 to 2013 - 4 June 2013
NATIONAL: Black Screen films for NAIDOC Week - 4 June 2013
NSW: Debil Debil - 4 June 2013
NSW: Live and Deadly: Forums at Carriageworks - 4 June 2013
NT: National Native Title Conference 2013 - 4 June 2013
QLD: Mother Courage and Her Children - 4 June 2013
VIC: Ghost Citizens: Witnessing the Intervention - 4 June 2013
NSW: Sydney Film Festival - 5 June 2013
NSW: Bangarra's 2013 Community Outreach Program - 6 June 2013
NSW: 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art and Carriageworks presents: Naala-Ba - 7 June 2013
NSW: BLAK - 7 June 2013
NSW: Tribal Warrior - Vivid Harbour Cruise - 7 June 2013
NT: Barunga Music, Sports and Cultural Festival - 7 June 2013
NSW: Brenda L Croft - Vivid Ideas Mapping Cultures Session - 8 June 2013
CASM Bandnight - 13 June 2013
NSW: Christine Anu: REWIND: The Aretha Franklin Songbook - 14 June 2013
NT: 2013 Alice Springs Beanie Festival Competition - 21 June 2013
NSW: BREAKING GROUND - mid year show - 25 June 2013
NSW: The Commercial: Michael Riley, Portraits 1984 - 1990 - 28 June 2013
NSW: Tjupi Band - 29 June 2013
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1 October 2013 to 7 October 2013
QLD: My Country, I Still Call Australia Home: Contemporary Art from Black Australia
This exhibition will be the Gallery's largest ever exhibition of contemporary Indigenous Australian art. It will feature works by Indigenous Australian artists from across the country.
The exhibition will feature highlights from the Gallery's holdings of urban-based Indigenous art, sculpture, North Queensland paintings, installation, video art and Western Desert painting, as well as major site-specific installations in the Gallery.
'My Country. I Still Call Australia Home' examines the associations and interpretations Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists have with country (land) and country (nation). Indigenous artists have long been an important voice for their communities and have been instrumental in telling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories - from presenting alternative views of history, to asserting their presence over country, both urban and regional, responding to contemporary politics and highlighting contemporary Indigenous experiences in Australia.
Phone: +61 (0)7 3840 7303
Venue: Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Stanley Place, South Bank