Looking Through Windows: Tablelands, the coast to outback NSW is a travelling exhibition, incorporating outcomes of the Looking Through Windows multimedia project.
The travelling exhibition, and accompanying program, is at the University of Newcastle’s Gallery from 25th March – 3rd June 2022. Details HERE
Additional venues to be confirmed!
Looking Through Windows is a significant outcome of an Australian Research Council Indigenous Discovery project, The NSW Aboriginal Protection / Welfare Board 1883-1969: A History, led by University of Newcastle’s Emeritus Professor John Maynard and Professor Victoria Haskins, Co-Directors of Purai Global Indigenous History Centre.
Its on-going development evolved through a partnership between Community and Taragara Aboriginal Corporation, the University of New England and the NSW Government through Create NSW Touring grant program.
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Looking Through Windows: Tablelands, the coast to outback NSW is a travelling exhibition that has grown from the original Looking Through Windows project.
Alongside the exhibition, the programme included performances of immersive theatre work Trucked Off, and musical compositions created during the project. It featured a talk and tour for young adults in the Hunter area’s refugee cohort, and a weaving workshop at Wollotuka Institute – connecting with others weaving as part of Yarning Online OnCountry Kurra Purra Pila.