Aboriginal Diversity in Culture and Learning
with Koorie Heritage Trust
Day 2 Session
Suitable for: ALL LEVELS
About the Workshop
GNOKAN DANNA MURRA KOR-KI
The Koorie Heritage Trust’s motto groups two Koorie languages (Gunditjmara and Yorta Yorta) and means “Give me your hand my friend”.
The clasped black and white hands in our logo represents Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people joining in goodwill and cooperation. The logo represents the “bridging of the cultural gap” and reflects our belief that through education and promotion, we can raise awareness and appreciation of the cultural diversity of Victorian Aboriginal culture and work towards the broader goal of reconciliation for all Australians.
Join KHT Educators as they take your hand and support your teaching and learning journey as you discover the rich content that lies in understanding the wonderous diversity of Aboriginal cultures and arts practices.
About the Presenter
The Koorie Heritage Trust, located at Federation Square, Melbourne, takes Koorie peoples, cultures and communities from the literal and figurative fringes of Melbourne to a place that is a central meeting and gathering place for all Victorians. Our location at Federation Square is a recognition of our shared history and the importance of Koorie peoples as part of a broader 21st century community.
We offer a range of programs and services including the only public collection in Victoria dedicated solely to Koorie art and culture comprising artefacts, pictures and photographs as well as a Oral History Program and a Reference Library; a cultural education service that includes guided walking tours, cultural competency training and programs developed specifically for schools and educators; an annual exhibition program with an emphasis on showcasing young and emerging Victorian Aboriginal art and artists; a Koorie Family History Service; and a retail shop dedicated exclusively to showcasing the uniqueness of Victorian Aboriginal art and design.
Our vision is to live in a society where Aboriginal culture and history are a fundamental part of Victorian life.
Our purpose is to promote, support and celebrate the continuing journey of the Aboriginal people of South Eastern Australia.
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