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9 November 2021

Artist interview: Steven Rhall

Artist Steven Rhall (Taungurung) discusses his work for WILAM BIIK WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. WILAM BIIK runs until 21 November. Book your tickets Header image: Steven Rhall (Taungurung) Of the Earth 2021, […]

9 November 2021

Artist interview: Rhiannon Williams

Artist Rhiannon Williams (Waradjuri and Wakaman) discusses her WILAM BIIK works WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. WILAM BIIK runs until 21 November. Book your tickets Header image: Rhiannon Williams (Wiradjuri and Wakaman) (left […]

9 November 2021

Artist interview: Deanne Gilson

Artist Deanne Gilson (Wadawurrung) discusses her work for WILAM BIIK WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. WILAM BIIK runs until 21 November. Book your tickets Header image: Deanne Gilson (Wadawurrung) installation view, WILAM BIIK […]

8 November 2021

Artist interview: Paola Balla

Artist Paola Balla discusses her work for WILAM BIIK Murrup (Ghost) Weaving in Rosie Kuka Lar (Grandmother’s Camp) by Paola Balla (Wemba Wemba & Gunditjmara) WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. WILAM BIIK runs […]

5 November 2021

Curator walkthrough of WILAM BIIK

Curator Stacie Piper walks through WILAM BIIK, a significant First Nations exhibition WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. WILAM BIIK runs until 21 November. Book your tickets Header image: Installation view, WILAM BIIK, TarraWarra […]

30 September 2021

Climate and Country Forum

The CLIMATE AND COUNTRY forum brought together First Nations leaders, activists, and researchers to discuss our current environmental crises and the ecological impacts which have continued to unfold from the colonisation of Australia. The forum expanded upon the themes of WILAM BIIK, curated by Stacie Piper—an exhibition arising from the unsevered connection between First Peoples […]