Professional learning at MUMA

Professional learning at MUMA

Collective Movements, Pitcha Makin’ Fellas & Deadly Learning at MUMA
A focus on First Nations:

Date:  Monday 23 May
Time: 10am – 2:30pm
Cost:  $60

Lunch and all workshop materials provided

Bookings essential, contact:

Take a deep dive into notions of collaboration and intergenerational knowledge sharing from the perspective of leading First Nations creatives from across the Kulin Nation and regional Victoria. Meet Taungurung artist and curator Kate ten Buuren, and Lardil and Yangkaal artist and curator Maya Hodge for a yarn about their exhibition Collective Movements, then join exhibiting artists from the Pitcha Makin’ Fellas for an artist-led workshop.

We’ll also introduce MUMA’s new First Nations online education resource Deadly Learning celebrating the art practices of leading contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.

Image: Pitcha Makin’ Fellas

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