Posts Tagged ‘indigenous’

Now live! Animation: Wangilatha Wangu nga Kiyawatha (2017)

The 2017 animation Wangilatha Wangu nga Kiyawatha (Singing Songs and Telling Stories) is based on a book of  songs and stories written and illustrated by Brendan Kennedy in Tati Tati, Mutti Mutti, Latji Latji and Wadi Wadi languages of North Western Victoria around Robinvale, and published by the Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages in 2014. These animations…

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Monash historian to present Annual Lecture of the History Council of Victoria

Monash University’s Professor Lynette Russell will deliver the 2015 Annual Lecture of the History Council of Victoria. This event is arranged with support from the Old Treasury Building, Melbourne. In 1914 the Australian Federal Government sponsored the British Association for the Advancement of Science (BAAS) to travel to Australia for their annual conference. Over 150…

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‘Monash Country Lines’ Yanyuwa animations to be broadcast on NITV

Those  interested in seeing the work of the Monash Country Lines project will soon have the chance, as animations from the project will be broadcast over June to August on National Indigenous Television (NITV). The Monash Country Lines Archive (MCLA) is a collaborative Monash University project between the Monash Indigenous Centre (MIC), Faculty of Arts and…

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‘Monash Country Lines’ Yanyuwa animations to be broadcast on NITV

Those  interested in seeing the work of the Monash Country Lines project will soon have the chance, as animations from the project will be broadcast over June to August on National Indigenous Television (NITV). The Monash Country Lines Archive (MCLA) is a collaborative Monash University project between the Monash Indigenous Centre (MIC), Faculty of Arts and…

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Digital future for a unique resource: Remapping Indigenous Filmmaking

The Australian Indigenous Film and Television Digital Bibliography is a unique resource where students, teachers, researchers, filmmakers and members of the public can access a wide range of sources of information about Australian Indigenous Film and Television. You are invited to the launch of the bibliography on Monday, May 19 2014. Event Details Remapping Indigenous Filmmaking: Beyond the Remote-Urban Divide Monday, May…

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Internship Opportunities: the Aurora Native Title Internship

If you’re seeking career opportunities in native title, policy development or Indigenous affairs and are a student or graduate of anthropology, law or other social sciences, the Aurora Project Native Title Internship Program is a great way to gain valuable work experience supporting Indigenous organisations. These internships are part of the Aurora Project, which aims…

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