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Exhibition celebrates waterways in Koorie life

KHT MT_3632From the Koorie Heritage Trust

A major art exhibition celebrating the role of waterways in Koorie heritage is being held by the Koorie Heritage Trust, starting from June 6.

The Ganagan: Waterways in Koorie Life and Art invites visitors to see Victoria's waterways through Koorie eyes. Ganagan is a Taungurung word meaning deep water.

CEO Tom Mosby said the Melbourne Water-sponsored exhibition...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 June 2013 10:51

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NIMA pays tribute to iconic Yothu Yindi

NIMA-2013 Nancia-Guivarra-(NITV)-Kutcha-Edwards,-Chryss-CarrThe National Indigenous Music Awards kicked of for 2013 with a gala launch in Melbourne last week.

While this year marks 10 years of the Indigenous Music Awards, held annually at the Darwin Botanical Gardens, it represents the third year of their status as National Indigenous Music Awards. The awards went...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 May 2013 06:02

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