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“This is not an art exhibition, a history exhibition, or a science exhibition. It is all of these. It is both an Australian Aboriginal exhibition and a universal story of humankind. It offers us connectivity to each other and our planet in a fragmenting world." Margo Neale
Join us for a special discussion of the ‘Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters’ exhibition between Adj Professor Margo Neale, Dr Béatrice Bijon, Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of the Menzies Australia Institute and Martin Thomas, Professor of History and Co-Director of the Menzies Australia Institute.
It will be a unique opportunity to learn about the highly collaborative curation of the exhibition, its relevance today, and the indigenous culture of Australia with behind-the-scenes insights. This event promises to be an enlightening and entertaining journey into the world’s oldest continuing culture.
This groundbreaking international touring exhibition, was entirely conceived and curated by a team of First Australians and led by Margo Neale. After its premiere here in Plymouth it will travel to Europe, North America and Asia.
Date: Thursday 18 November
Time: 19:00 – 20:30
Venue: Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building
Ticket information: standard £6 / concessions £4 / free to UoP students via SPiA
The Levinsky Gallery will remain open until 19:00 for those wishing to visit the exhibition prior to the event.
Event organised by The Box and The Arts Institute, University of Plymouth partnership, in collaboration with the Menzies Australia Institute at King’s College London.