Join us in the James Fairfax Theatre or online to hear how artists Judy Watson, Waanyi people, and Helen Johnson have forged a dialogue on the roles of women in contemporary and colonial Australia for Reconciliation Week.
National Gallery Members can join us on site for an after-hours viewing of the exhibition from 5.15pm, prior to the event at 6pm (no extra booking required).
For their current exhibition Judy Watson & Helen Johnson: the red thread of history, loose ends, Watson and Johnson have each developed new works that explore complex and varied perspectives on colonisation, with an emphasis on the experience of women.
Hosted by the National Gallery’s Head of First Nations Engagement, Cara Kirkwood, Mandandanji and Mithaka peoples, the artists will be joined in conversation with Curator Elspeth Pitt.
This accessible live stream event will be presented here with closed captions and Auslan interpretation and on Facebook. Register your interest for live stream updates.
Check the starting time in your state:
ACT, NSW, VIC, TAS, QLD: 6pm
SA, NT: 5.30pm