MAAS Indigenous Design Symposium: accessing design – 60,000 years in the making

Duration: 2 days
Talk
9 March – 10 March, 10am – 4pm Sydney Observatory Book Tickets

With a focus on the work of our women, the 2019 MAAS Indigenous Design Symposium provides a practical platform that demonstrates the marriage between Indigenous ways of being, ways of knowing and ways of doing as a pathway to accessing and understanding design principles that have been 60 000 years in the making.

With two days of sharing concepts and innovations in Indigenous design theory and practice, the symposium will include a range of guest speakers providing catalysts for conversation and yarn-ups. The symposium will showcase the approaches and techniques of some of Australia’s leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artisans whose work brings traditional cultural practices and perspectives into contemporary contexts.

During the sessions the guest presenters will share their knowledge, perspectives and techniques providing a window to new ways of thinking about how we can engage-with, sustain and re-position skills and ways-of-doing that have been in development on country for over 60 000 years.

The 2019 MAAS Indigenous Design Symposium artisans:

  • Megan Cope
  • Glenda Nicholls
  • Joanne Selfe
  • Vicki West

Registration includes morning and afternoon tea.

To access the ATSI Community subsidised registration code call MAAS Head of Indigenous Engagement & Strategy on 02 9217 0184 or email to marcus.hughes@maas.museum

Image courtesy of Peter Gueth

 

Tickets

TypeNamePriceComment
Adult160
Concession120
MAAS Member Adult140
MAAS Member Concession120
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