Who You Callin’ Urban? forum

High profile Indigenous artists, poets, writers, curators and performers explore the diverse ways that Indigenous identity and culture is expressed in urban environments. Coinciding with the National Museum exhibition 70% Urban, this forum looks at the impact of cities on culture and how it is represented in museums and keeping places.

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Who you callin’ urban?

Vernon Ah Kee, Bronwyn Bancroft, Richard Bell, Wesley Enoch and Dr Anita Heiss

Who You Callin’ Urban? forum, 6 July 2007

An examination of the expression of Indigenous culture and identity by a dynamic group of contemporary artists and authors. Explores the impact the ‘art’ movement has had on Indigenous people and how cultural material can be ‘read’ as documentary text.

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art, indigenous, urban

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These are modern dreamtime stories!

Stephen Hagan, Gordon Syron and Sam Wagan Watson

Who You Callin’ Urban? forum, 6 July 2007

The ways the ‘active’ Indigenous voice has changed the representation of Indigenous cultures from urban areas in museums and keeping places is explored by Indigenous artist Gordon Syron, poet Sam Wagan Watson and writer Stephen Hagan.

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art, indigenous, museums, urban

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Writing onto public record our stories

Michael Aird, Stephen Hagan, Christine Hansen and Professor Peter Read

Who You Callin’ Urban? forum, 6 July 2007

An exploration of the term ‘urban’, whether it is an appropriate reference for Indigenous people living in Australian cities, and the many ways Indigenous culture is expressed in these environments.

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indigenous, urban

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