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    An Evening on Waremah: (re)Centring Country through Design

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    An Evening on Wareamah:

    (re)Centring Country through Design

    Join us on Wareamah / Cockatoo Island for an evening of Unlearning. 

    This UNESCO World Heritage-listed site bears the scars of colonisation, industrialisation, and cultural dispossession. She holds stories spanning from the Dreaming to the Cold War to today. Students have interrogated these histories and its dominant colonial narrative, developing self-directed projects that seek to learn, unlearn, and (re)centre. Projects aim to find new methodologies for design on Country today. 

    Take a break from the mainland and join in the discussions re-imagining Cockatoo Island / Wareamah

     Thursday 30th May 6pm - 8pm. Naval Store Building, Cockatoo Island

    Exhibition Contributors: Rudrakhya Midya, James Lollback, Eva Telemachou, Luc Johnson, Harriet Scales, Bridget Gibson, Olivia Davey, Antonique Amperidis, Jarrod Ruchalski, Aredwan Ameer Saeed, Ned Dickson, Eliza Maartensz, Summer Wang, Miles Agius, Tyler Smith, Wilson Phan, Thush Kirihena, Lowanna Bamblett, Dala Farrawell, Jermaine Heard

    Studio led by: Alison Page, Marni Reti, Mackenzie Saddler and Matte McConnell 


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