Yarning Online OnCountry focussed on Aboriginal Elders in Bourke. The project, held over 17 weeks (August to November 2020), facilitated yarning between Elders and Community using Zoom. Elders talked about their memories, stories and experiences, passing on Cultural Knowledge and skills during the age of COVID-19.
Looking Through Windows was an oral history and multimedia project that explored the removal, dispossession and ‘protection’ of Aboriginal people in NSW. Elders participated in Elders Gatherings and multimedia workshops where they shared lots stories about growing up and living on the Mission, reserves and fringe camps. Creative outcomes from this project were presented as multimedia exhibitions and performances at the New England Regional Art Museum (Armidale), Diggers on the Darling (Bourke) and 107 (Redfern, Sydney). Additional creative outcomes include a CD and exhibition catalogue.