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The Koorie Heritage Trust: In Conversation

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Hosted by the Koorie Heritage Trust Inc and Fed Square, join in on Thursday 13 August 2020 from 1-2.30pm for this IN CONVERSATION EVENT. This FREE event needs REGISTRATION.

An exclusive forum with Indigenous contributors to KHT Voices, this is their newest online project. Johnny Harding a Meriam/Gu-Gu Yimidir man will be the moderator of the event and will guide the conversation with speakers Claire G. Coleman, Monique Grbec and Ron Murray around First Nations perspectives on the Covid-19 experience. John has been writing in the mediums of theatre, television series, documentary and drama, film and poetry for over 35 years.

The Koorie Heritage Trust In Conversation 2020, koorie heritage inc, fed square, online free talk, exclusive indigenous forum, kht voices, new online project, indigenous perspectives on the covid-19 experience, pandemic, corona virus, the new normal, post covid, johnny harding moderator, speaker claire g coleman, speaker monique grbec, speaker ron murray
Claire G Coleman

Claire is a Noongar woman who writes fiction, essays and poetry and won a Black&White! Indigenous Writing Fellowship for her novel Terra Nullius. Monique Grbec is a child of the Stolen Generations and a regular contributor to Witness Performance, her current visual work is multimedia installation and video. Ron Murray is a Wamba Wamba man and an international didgeridoo soloist, having performed in Australia, New York, Jordan, Canada and New Zealand. Ron also gives lectures on Indigenous issues regularly and teaches didgeridoo and boomerang making to Indigenous youth in Victoria's youth justice centres, with a focus on cultural healing.
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Why? The Koorie Heritage Trust: In Conversation
When: Thursday 13 August 2020 from 1pm to 2.30pm
Where: Online
Cost: FREE
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