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Two Ways: The Kimberley Rock Art Legacy

Join Rock Art Australia during National Reconciliation Week for the exclusive screening of the documentary ‘Two ways: The Kimberley rock art legacy’. Set in the rock art galleries of the Kimberley.…

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May 29, 2024

Add to Calendar 05/29/2024 12:00 AM Australia/Melbourne Two Ways: The Kimberley Rock Art Legacy Join Rock Art Australia during National Reconciliation Week for the exclusive screening of the documentary ‘Two ways: The Kimberley rock art legacy’. Set in the rock art galleries of the Kimberley. ‘Two Ways’ highlights the collaboration between modern scientists and one of the world's oldest continuous cultures, the Balanggarra people, guided by Elder Augustine “Boornoornoor” Unangho. This documentary showcases a blend of science and traditional wisdom, revealing the enduring narratives of art, climate change, and human resilience spanning over 60,000 years. For more information, visit ACMI
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Cinema 2, Level 2, ACMI

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Fed Square

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Join Rock Art Australia during National Reconciliation Week for the exclusive screening of the documentary ‘Two ways: The Kimberley rock art legacy’.

Set in the rock art galleries of the Kimberley. ‘Two Ways’ highlights the collaboration between modern scientists and one of the world’s oldest continuous cultures, the Balanggarra people, guided by Elder Augustine “Boornoornoor” Unangho. This documentary showcases a blend of science and traditional wisdom, revealing the enduring narratives of art, climate change, and human resilience spanning over 60,000 years.

For more information, visit ACMI