The Museums Galleries Australia Indigenous Roadmap project is an initiative to facilitate discussion on how best to advance the participation and representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in museums and galleries.
The project aims to develop the Museums Galleries Australia Indigenous 10-Year Roadmap. This document will map out a plan for Indigenous engagement and employment over the next 10 years.
Workshop: 28th November 2017 SLWA
Terri Janke and Company has designed an open workshop to discuss this important project with you. The goal is to obtain your feedback to generate a clear path for the Roadmap which will create better engagement over the next decade.
Who should attend?
We encourage Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists; museum, gallery and art centre staff members, curators, Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities, researcher, art dealers, students and museum visitors to attend.
If you are unable to attend the workshop, you can send a submission of your responses.
What will be discussed in the workshop:
· What are the current Issues
· What should be in the MGA Roadmap?
· How will success be measured?
· What will be the future benchmarks?
· Who will be responsible for enforcement?
· What should be in the updated Continuing Cultures principles document?
Register for the workshop here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-mga-indigenous-roadmap-perth-workshop-tickets-38824881265
Great Southern Room
State Library of Western Australia,
25 Francis St
Perth, WA 6000