Art, Ethics and Indigeneity Symposium

June 1st 2016 Federation Hall, VCA and MCM.

A full day symposium held as part of the National Reconciliation Week program at the VCA and MCM.

This symposium invites Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers working across the field of Indigenous arts and culture to address some of the key issues when working with Indigenous people, places and communities. It addresses the importance of understanding and following protocols and will showcase some of the innovative research being undertaken by Indigenous scholars and artists, and by non-Indigenous researchers working with Indigenous people, places and communities.

Session one Carolyn Briggs

Richard Frankland

Session two Genevieve Grieves
Session three Ngardarb Riches
Session four Estelle Barrett
Session five Janis Koolmatrie
Session six Lilly Brown
Session nine Sandy O’Sullivan
Session ten Estelle Barrett
Session eleven Philip Morrissey



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.