Reconciliation Victoria NRW Events 2023

Reconciliation Victoria NRW Events 2023

NRW Breakfast for VOICE

Reconciliation Victoria are hosting our inaugural National Reconciliation Week: Be a Voice for Generations Breakfast.

When: Tuesday 30 May

Time 7 - 9am

Where: The Centre, 275 Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe

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We invite you to join us for this event that will bring together reconciliation supporters and champions to hear about the importance of voting YES in the Voice to Parliament referendum and reflect on this year’s NRW theme. We are privileged to have special guest speaker, Aunty Jill Gallagher AO joining us.

We will be presenting our inaugural Maggolee Awards to local governments supporting First Peoples’ voices and strong partnerships.

Image: Aunty Jill Gallagher AO. Supplied by VACCHO.

Walk the River exhibition and VOICES of Reconciliation Art workshop

When: Tuesday 30 May

Time: 9am - 11am

Where: The Centre, 275 Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe

Following our NRW Breakfast, we are inviting all supporters to immerse themselves in the Walk the River exhibition by Uncle Jim Berg and an interactive VOICES of Reconciliation painting activity with Aunty Karen Lovett at Ivanhoe Library and Cultural Hub, supported by Banyule City Council.  

The exhibition will run at the Ivanhoe Library and Cultural Hub from 19 May until 18 June.

View and share the flyer.

Walk the River Exhibition at Blak Dot Gallery, June 2022.

Honouring Local Voices: Past, Present, Future
Rec Vic NRW Exhibition Opening

When: Saturday 27 May
1pm - 4pm

Where: TOMS Place, 1 Tripovich St Brunswick

Capturing voices of First Nations artists past, present, and future. Highlighting a selection of artworks by award-winningBrunswick local artist, Turbo Brown, from the private collection of his friend and local store owner, Vince Sinni.

More details to come.

Image: Spiritual Bunjil Eagle extends his wings by Turbo Brown.

Bass Coast Reconciliation Forum 

When: Friday 2 June
10:30am - 3pm
Where: Inverloch Community Library

Be part of two special interactive discussion panel events to become a champion for reconciliation.

Panel 2 will feature Rec Vic CEO Nicole Findlay as part of a discussion on Reconciliation Action Plans and organisations sharing their RAP journey.

Download or share the flyer.

We will be updating this page regularly in the next few weeks.

We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters of Victoria.

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