Reading Between the Lines: Walk + Talk - University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Reading Between the Lines: Walk + Talk

READING BETWEEN THE LINES: WALK + TALK

SATURDAY 28 AUGUST 12PM

Join exhibition curator Rose Barrowcliffe for a Walk + Talk through Reading Between the Lines: Uncovering Butchulla History in the K’Gari Research Archive.

Reading Between the Lines uncovers the hidden stories of the Butchulla people, the traditional custodians of K’gari (Fraser Island), through a creative examination of the K’gari Research Archive.

No bookings required.

CURATOR

Rose Barrowcliffe

Rose Barrowcliffe is a Butchulla doctoral student at USC, Australia. Her research uses critical race theory to examine how Indigenous peoples are represented in archives and how that then affects their representation in historical narratives. Rose's research is grounded in the K'gari Research Archive, an archive that is about the Butchulla Traditional Country now also known as Fraser Island.

PRESENTED BY

USC Art Gallery with support from Horizon Festival

Rose Barrowcliffe Photo: USC