Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration
- Wokshop structure
- Workshop one - Changing Migrant Communities: Contemporary Transnational and Intersectional Identities. 7 September 2018
- Workshop two - Understanding and Representing Mobility: Best Practices in Curatorship. 21 September 2018
- Workshop three - Understanding and Representing Mobility: Best Practices in Activism and Art. 5 October 2018
- Workshop four - Imagining the Future: The role of GLAM organisations in the representation of Transcultural engagements. 26 October 2018
- Each workshop will have 3 presenters
- Each presenter will share her/his story, practice, approach, in light of the specific theme of the week (15 mins). At the end, the presenter will propose 3 questions/provocations to the audience, to be discussed in groups.
- After each presentation, the groups will discuss the provocations for 30 minutes, and share their major points in a brief plenary session, before moving to the next guest
- The workshop will be documented, and there will be time for a final plenary discussion
- The results will be uploaded to the project website, and made available through a series of platforms (website, social media, podcasts, etc).
Changing Migrant Communities: Contemporary Transnational and Intersectional Identities
7 September 2018
What is the role and perception of migrants in contemporary Melbourne and how does it stand up to the realities around intersectionality?
Intersectionality can be considered as the interconnected nature of social categorisations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage.
Professor Derek Duncan
University of St Andrews, UK
Associate Professor Sara Wills (TBC)
Associate Dean (Engagement and Advancement), The University of Melbourne
Dr Ruth De Souza
Academic Convenor of The Data, Systems and Society Research Network, The University of Melbourne
Understanding and Representing Mobility: Best Practices in Curatorship
21 September 2018
How can we best represent people who have migrated, and migration, through curation in the galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (GLAM) sector?
Paola Zanini and Anna Pironti
Dipartimento Educazione Castello di Rivoli, Turin, ITALY
Dr Moya McFadzean
Senior Curator, Migration and Culture, Museums Victoria
Senior Curator, South Eastern Aboriginal Collections, Museums Victoria
Understanding and Representing Mobility: Best Practices in Activism and Art
5 October 2018
How can we best represent people who have migrated, and migration, through activism, art and the presentation of artworks?
Eugenia Lim website
Triana Hernandez website
Jody Haines website
Imagining the Future: The role of galleries, libraries, archives, museums (GLAM) organisations in the representation of Transcultural engagements
26 October 2018
What is the place of GLAM in representing life, culture, history and creative works in transcultural Melbourne?
Academic, Languages and Linguistics, The University of Melbourne
Deputy Director, Monash Asia Institute, Monash University
Moondani Balluk Indigenous Academic Centre, Victoria University