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National Reconciliation Week event

Events

Living Languages: Reconciliation Week 2022

St Martin’s House (Darnell Room)
373 Ann St
Brisbane  Qld  4000

Take part in a discussion during National Reconciliation Week on the importance of language for First Nations Peoples, with special guest speakers Aunty Dr Rose Elu, 2021 Queensland Senior Australian of the Year; Gaja Kerry Charlton, Elder and acclaimed researcher; and, Des Crump, Industry Fellow (Indigenous Languages), University of Queensland. See more.

Events

Lunch with Dr Jackie Huggins AM: Reconciliation Week 2022

St John’s College (Dining Hall)
University of Queensland
1 College Road
St Lucia  Qld  4067

Join students, staff and members of the community for the inaugural National Reconciliation Week lunch at St John’s College, within the University of Queensland. Hear from First Nations leader, scholar and author, Dr Jackie Huggins AM, as she shares about her journey working toward Reconciliation in Australia. See more.

Events

Weaving workshop with Jody Rallah: Reconciliation Week 2022

Darnell Room
St Martin’s House
373 Ann St
Brisbane  Qld  4000

Engage with fibres, learn the history of First Nations weaving practice and make your own piece of weaving in this free workshop led by First Nations artist, Jody Rallah. The workshop will be held over two lunch-time sessions (BYO lunch): Wednesday 1 June 12.30–2 pm and Thursday 2 June 12–2 pm. Numbers are very limited, so please register early.

Events

Untold Histories Workshop

Join Sandra King, Bundjalung and Quandamooka woman, founding owner of Black Bold and Beautiful and recipient of the Order of Australia for service to the Indigenous community, as she shares insights into First Nations Peoples’ history, intertwining the impacts of past policies and legislation with her life and the life of her family. See more.

Events

Untold Histories Workshop

Join Sandra King, Bundjalung and Quandamooka woman, founding owner of Black Bold and Beautiful and recipient of the Order of Australia for service to the Indigenous community, as she shares insights into First Nations Peoples’ history, intertwining the impacts of past policies and legislation with her life and the life of her family. See more.