The proppaNOW exhibition at the State Library of Queensland is about to come to an end, and I'm looking forward to the new exhibition, State of Emergency. Each of the proppaNOW members had a Kuril Dhagun Night by the Fire evening. I'm fairly certain Richard's event had the most people. He had a well-deserved captivated audience of at least 50 people.
|Richard Bell at Kuril Dhagun's Night by the Fire|
Transforming Tindale at the State Library of Queensland opened on the 5th of September. It was a great night, with many excellent speakers, including Marshall Bell and Flo Watson. Thanks to everyone involved including the opening night speakers, the State Library of Queensland, and Michael Aird.
Quote of the night was from Marshall Bell when he said "It doesn't matter whether Tindale was good or bad. It doesn't matter whether what he did was right or wrong. Those photos are real."
|Marshall Bell and Michael Aird|
- an artist talk at the SLQ Auditorium on the 25th of October at 6pm
- a full day symposium "The legacy of Tindale: Photography and the politics of anthropology and Native Title" at the SLQ Auditorium