Event: Art, Ethics, and Indigeneity: a symposium
Genevieve Grieves, Still image from lament (2013), a three channel video installation by Genevieve Grieves featuring performer, Yaraan Bundle, Copyright: Genevieve Grieves
Wednesday 1st of June 9.00 am- 5.00pm
Free, registration essential via EventBrite
Further info: Symposium: Art, Ethics and Indigeneity
Federation Hall at the Southbank Campus, VCA and MCM on as part of Reconciliation Week.
Richard Franklin (UoM): The survival and achievement of the Art of Indigenous voice aka ‘A story of practising Indigenous art in the remote outpost called Australia’
Genevieve Grieves (UoM): Just tick the box: Ethics and Aboriginal research projects
Ngardarb Riches (UoM): Healing Through Art
Prof Brian Martin, (IKE Deakin: Pre-ethics- Setting up relationality for research
Janis Koolmatrie (IKE Deakin): Methodological approaches in the field of Indigenous research
Lilly Brown (UoM): From problems to possibilities: Regenerative concepts of Indigenous childhood & youth in cultural production
Dr Sally Treloyn (UoM) and Rona (Googninda) Charles (Ngarinyin, Nyigina) chaired and with a response from Tirik Onus (Skype) from the Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre: Stealing, squeezing, wurnan: reflections on ethics and research on song in the Kimberley from 1911 to the present
The Ara Irititja project team with Dr Susan Lowish (UoM): Our art, our way: Towards an Anangu art history with Ara Irititja (working title)
Prof Estelle Barrett (IKE Deakin): Can Indigenous ethics and protocols inform the general field of research?
Philip Morrissey: Developing an ethical philosophy for organisations (working title)
Book Launch and drinks
Same but Different: Indigeneity and Diversity in the Corporate University
This symposium is funded by an Ethics and Integrity Development Scheme grant through the Office of Research Ethics and Integrity, The University of Melbourne and is kindly supported by the Faculty of the VCA and MCM, Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development and the Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre.