Presentation by leading curator and Yorta Yorta woman, Kimberley Moulton

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Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, King Alfred’s Country, 2007 ©Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda/Licensed by Viscopy, 2017

Presented alongside Shepparton Art Museum’s 2018 Indigenous Ceramic Award, join Kimberley Moulton, Senior Curator at Museums Victoria, for a lecture titled: First Peoples Art and the Archive; the Intersection of Historical Collections and Contemporary Artists and Makers.

Through sharing her curatorial practice at Museums Victoria and research experiences in international collections, Kimberley Moulton will present on the intersection of contemporary art and historical collections and consider the influence museum collecting has had on contemporary First Peoples art today.

A local to Sheppparton, Kimberley is a Yorta Yorta woman, curator, writer and Senior Curator of South Eastern Aboriginal Collections at Museums Victoria. 

Kimberley has worked in curatorial roles at Melbourne Museum for 10 years and as well curating over 16 exhibitions with the Victorian Koorie community, her projects and research have included international experiences. Her most recent project is the highly anticipated Museums Victoria exhibition; Mandela My Life: The Official Exhibition.

The event will be held on Thursday 11 October from 6-7.30pm in Riverlinks Eastbank Function Room 2.

The cost will be $15 per person, $10 for Friends of SAM and $5 for students. Light refreshments provided.

Tickets are available on EventBrite.