The last SmartBar of 2014 will explore the world's awesomest living cultures.
Wominjeka! Ever wanted to see a water carrier being made from nothing more than a wallaby and a few stone tools? We’ll show you.
In addition to experiencing the award-winning First Peoples exhibition, visitors to SmartBar will hear from museum experts and the Koorie community about contemporary Koorie art and the languages of South-Eastern Australia. Musicians Benny Walker and Dave Arden will also be performing.
Also open will be the beautiful Milarri Garden, which shows how Koorie people used plants and live eels extensively for food, technology, medicine and farming.
Food and drink will be available for purchase throughout the night.
The theme for the October SmartBar will be revealed shortly and tickets will be available to purchase online, over the telephone or in person. You can sign up to the MV E-News to stay in the loop http://museumvictoria.com.au/e-news/
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A very thoughtful and instructive exhibition, with splendid objects!
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