“Oral History is the oldest form of sharing knowledge and culture. Aboriginal people of Australia have been sharing their stories orally for 60,000 years or more. Sadly, if these stories are not shared they will be lost, as the prehistory to this country is not written.” Read more and explore the recordings here.
The Victorian government is to announce funding for a major arts project celebrating the untold stories of Koorie women on stage. Creative Industries Minister Martin Foley will reveal details of the ILBIJERRI Theatre Company production Bagurrk, meaning woman, which will involve sharing knowledge of the lives of indigenous women living in Victoria before colonisation to now. For full story click here.