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Ngiyanggarang: Beginning a conversation in the morning to awaken others

When:
Every day until Sun 16 Sep 2018
Cost:
Free Entry
Details:
Launch: Saturday 11 August, 1pm - 3pm.

Ngiyanggarang celebrates stories and perspectives from Wiradjuri Elders and is the outcome of a collaboration between two prominent Wiradjuri families, the Grants and the Ingrams and illustrator and researcher Dr Bernard Sullivan in conjunction with Charles Sturt University and Burambabili Gulbali. The exhibition features unique perspectives of individual experience from Wiradjuri Elders, Uncle Jimmy Ingram, Aunty Flo Grant, Dr. Uncle Stan Grant Sr. AM, and Gamilaroi Elder Aunty Betty Grant (nee Cameron). These newly documented stories take many forms, with the exhibition narrating these stories through film, illustration, animation and text.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this exhibition contains images and voices of people who have passed.

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm
Sunday from 10am to 2pm
(Closed Mondays)


Location:
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
Civic Centre, Corner Baylis & Morrow Streets
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
Contact:
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery on
  02 6926 9660

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