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Banksia – 5 December 2022

Gomeroi author Dr Amy Thunig joined Banksia to talk about their memoir 'Tell Me Again’, and Taungurung Curator Kate ten Buuren spoke about exhibition 'How I See It' at ACMI

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Banksia – 28 November 2022

This week Koorie Heritage Trust's curatorial manager Gail Harradine talks about the 10th Koorie Art Show and Bardi Jawi writer Bebe Backhouse yarns about the Lord Mayor awards and creative writing practice.

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Banksia – 21 November 2022

This week musician Isaiah Firebrace talks about new book Come Together and cultural activist and musician Gurridyula yarns about event Blaktivism and ceremony Waddanagnuu against Adani

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Banksia – 14 November 2022

Presented by Dr Ngaree Blow, with guests Music Vic CEO Simone Schinkel about the upcoming Music Vic Awards and Uncle Archie Roach Foundation Award, and Wiradjuri dancer Joel Bray about performance Garabari.

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Banksia – 7 November 2022

An episode of Banksia on 7 November 2022

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Banksia – 31 October 2022

Waanyi artist Judy Watson talks about exhibition the red thread of history, loose ends at MUMA; Yorta Yorta woman, soprano, composer and educator Deborah Cheetham talks about Woven Song

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Banksia – 24 October 2022

Gamilaroi artist Sean Miller yarns about the 2022 Indigenous Ceramic Award's South East Australian Indigenous artist prize for their work titled Galibay on Country, as well as working with The Torch.

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Banksia – 17 October 2022

Wadawurrung artist Kait James yarns about the unveiling of a permanent 193 panel installation of their work at Geelong Arts Centre, as well recent exhibition Dirty Laundry at Neon Parc.

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Banksia – 10 October 2022

CEO of Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation Rodney Carter talks work Djarra does with Open House Bendigo; Gamilaroi storyteller Judi Morison yarns about the Boundless Indigenous Writer’s Mentorship

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Banksia – 3 October 2022

This week Kimberley Moulton, Senior Curator of South Eastern Aboriginal Collections at Museums Vic joins Banksia to yarn about new exhibition Naadohbii: To Draw Water at Bunjilaka

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A pop-up show celebrating First Nations arts and culture.

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