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A Virtual Week in Canberra 2023- Walk and Talk Reconciliation (Stage 3, Stage 4)

On Demand

Join in the shared experience of reconciliation. Learn how key individuals campaigned with courage, perseverance, and dedication to achieve individual rights and freedoms for First Australians.


ACTIVITY OUTLINE:

Take a walk on Ngunnawal country and share a learning conversation with first Australian Gregory Andrews and Educator Kate Collins as they discuss some fascinating artworks along Reconciliation Place. A virtual tour and live panel discussion is a great way to introduce your students to the somewhat challenging topic of reconciliation.

Artworks include inspirational messages, dreaming stories and symbols. Messages are intended to teach and guide us in the future as well as ask important questions. The live panel discussion with Gregory and Kate is an opportunity to design and imagine artworks for the future as well as learn from our shared history.

You will need to view the session before midnight Friday September 22nd.

 


IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes


BROUGHT TO YOU BY: National Capital Authority, DART Learning, NSW Department of Education

Event Details

Event Type

On Demand (available until: 22-Sep-2023 11:00PM)

Delivery Platform

Youtube Recording

Duration

1 Hour

Price

Free

Curriculum

Primary

Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand

HSIE » History » Australian History: Colonials and National (Stage 3 - Year 5 and 6)

Other KLAs

HSIE » Geography » People, Places, Environments and Management (Stage 4 - Year 7 and 8)

Creative Arts » Visual Arts » Appreciating (Visual Arts)

Learning Intentions & Success Criteria

Learning Goals

• Build inter-cultural understanding between Indigenous and Non-indigenous Australians with a focus on the Ngunnawal People as the traditional owners of our National Capital.

• Discover knowledge about the oldest continuing living cultures and traditions of the First Australians.

• Learn how key individuals campaigned with courage, perseverance, and dedication to achieve individual rights and freedoms for
First Australians.

• Understand the resilience of Elders who have made personal contributions to reconciliation and to our shared Australian story.

Presenter Bio

Gregory Andrews is a First Australian from NSW with the Lyrebird Dreaming and is registered as a Supply Nation Indigenous Consultant. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor with the University of Canberra’s Institute for Applied Ecology. Gregory represented Australia as an Ambassador and High Commissioner in West Africa, and in United Nations negotiations. He was Australia’s first-appointed Threatened Species Commissioner and led development and implementation of Australia’s first Threatened Species Strategy.

Kate Collins has obtained post-graduate qualifications in Art History and has practiced as an educator in Art Galleries and Museums for many years. Kate obtained a Master of Education at the University of Canberra in 2015. Kate is currently a Senior Education Officer at the National Capital Authority designing learning programs inspired by natural and built environments. Introducing Concepts of 21st century citizenship and educating for sustainable futures are topics close to her heart.

Joining The Event

Technology and Materials Requirements

Reliable internet connection.
Device to view event.
Access to YouTube.

If you have any queries please contact the provider

Name: National Capital Exhibition

Phone: 02 6272 2902

Email: [email protected]

Website: nca.gov.au

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