UNSETTLED Our untold history revealed from the Australian Museum
October 1 - November 30Free
This land was not peacefully settled – Unsettled uncovers the untold histories behind this nation’s foundation story.
In this powerful exhibition, First Nations voices reveal the hidden stories of devastation, survival and the fight for recognition. These first-hand accounts are presented through long hidden historical documents, large-scale artworks, immersive experiences and never-before-seen objects from the Australian Museum collections and beyond.
First Nations Elders including Uncle Waubin Richard Aken (Kaurareg), Aunty Fay Moseley (Wiradjuri) and Uncle Noel Butler (Budawang), share their lived experiences.
Featuring the work of contemporary artists including Ryan Presley, Tony Albert, Charlotte Allingham (Coffin Birth), Jai Darby Walker and Danie Mellor, this free exhibition interrogates the lasting impacts of colonisation and the denial of Indigenous sovereignty.
With more than 80 significant cultural objects and over 100 contributions by First Nations peoples across the country, Unsettled illuminates the power of truth-telling to realise change. Understanding our shared past is an important step towards healing for a shared future.
Explore Unsettled online https://australian.museum/exhibition/unsettled/
Discover the Unsettled exhibition in virtual reality!
This online experience is a 360-degree interactive tour featuring embedded audio guides and multimedia content on display in the exhibition. The virtual tour is ideally viewed via high speed internet connections.