Talking Deadly: Who drives the conversation?

Talking Deadly: Who drives the conversation?

Indigenous
Talking Deadly

Join Nathan “Mudyi” Sentance for the first Talking Deadly talk of the year on blogging as a form of activism and resistance.

Talking Deadly text logo on black background
1 / 1 event in this Indigenous series
Wednesday
27 March 2019 6pm to 7pm

Price

General Admission: Free
State Library Friends Members: Free

Location

Metcalfe Auditorium, Ground Floor
Macquarie Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia

 

Talking Deadly: Who drives the conversation?

 With Nathan Sentance

Join Nathan “Mudyi” Sentance for his talk on blogging as a form of resistance and as a method to examine and discuss the role of memory institutions in the destruction, exclusion and misremembering of First Nations culture and history.  

Nathan “Mudyi” Sentance is a Wiradjuri man from the Mowgee clan, who grew up on Darkinjung Country, NSW. Nathan works to ensure that First Nations stories conveyed by cultural and memory institutions, such as galleries, libraries, archives and museums, are being told and controlled by First Nations people.

 


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