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Yarning Circle - Annie-Renae Winters

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1-2pm Friday 2nd November 2018

Join us for the third in a series of Yarning Circles as part of the public program to accompany UTS Gallery's current exhibition 'Void' curated by Emily McDaniel.

Led by Annie-Renae Winters, a limited number of participants will be guided in a culturally safe space to explore Indigenous knowledges and ways of knowing.

Yarning is a means of conversation — but more than just a conversation, it’s a culturally comfortable, relaxed and informal passing of stories or knowledge. It is a powerful way in which Aboriginal people connect with each other. There are many different reasons for having a yarn, be that to make laws, solve a problem, discuss a shared experience, or connect with friends and family. - http://www.utsdesignindex.com/researchmethod/yarning/

Annie-Renae Winters is a kamilaroi woman who grew up on Wiradjuri/Durag land. She has worked in education within Sydney Independent schools for over 10 years. She has ran a non for profit design school focusing on Indigenous design Incorporated into art education. Her research is looking at the strengths of aboriginal culture and art within school based programs.


Void
25 September - 16 November 2018

With Dr Thancoupie Gloria Fletcher AO, Danièle Hromek, Jonathan Jones, Mabel Juli, John Mawurndjul AM, Hayley Millar-Baker, Andy Snelgar, James Tylor, Jennifer Wurrkidj and Josephine Wurrkidj

UTS Gallery
University of Technology Sydney
Level 4, Building 6, 702 Harris Street
Ultimo NSW 2007

UTS Gallery hours
12–6pm Monday to Friday
12–4pm Saturday


Image: James Tylor, (Erased Scenes) From an Untouched Landscape #2, (detail) Narrawong State Forest, Gunditjmara nation, Victoria, 2014. Courtesy the artist and Vivien Anderson Gallery.


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