NAIDOC 2 – 29 July

City of Joondalup

NAIDOC Celebrations 2012

2 – 29 July

Celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture.

The Lake that Glistens– Exhibition

Opening:                    Monday 2 July, 2012

Exhibition Dates:      Tuesday 3 July – 29 July

Exhibition Times:     Tuesday to Friday, 10am – 2pm; Saturday, 5pm – 9pm

Joondalup is The Lake that Glistens. With a significant history for the Mooro and Yued People of Noongar Country (Boodja), the Lakes would have been used as healing centres or in modern terms “hospitals” and “chemists”.  Guest curators Peter and Miranda Farmer share the significance of the Joondalup area, inviting the community in Mooro and Yued Boodja (Joondalup), through education and understanding, to embrace the beauty of the natural surroundings and the journey both communities must now embark on. 

 The Lake that Glistens – Floor Talk

Wednesday 11 July, 7pm – 8pm

Join guest curators Peter and Miranda Farmer for a floor talk about the exhibition, The Lake that Glistens.  Peter Farmer will also discuss his artistic practice.

For full program details, please visit www.joondalup.wa.gov.au or telephone 9400 4705

 See other Artist Talks

This entry was posted in 2012, All, Events, Exhibitions. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a comment