Identity: yours, mine, ours

Who we are, who others think we are, and what it
means to belong and not belong in Australia.

Welcome by Lynette Wallworth

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About the exhibitionFirst ImpressionsPeople Like MePeople Like ThemEducationWelcome by Lynette Wallworth

Favourite Objects

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Kat Clarke’s painted hoodie

Kat Clarke’s painted hoodie

Kat Clarke is a young Wotjobaluk woman from western Victoria. To explore her ...

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First Impressions

Challenge your assumptions

What we wear

What we wear

Our clothing makes a statement about what we like, can afford, believe in and as...

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People Like Me

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Interpret

Interpret

Ede Horton discusses how her glass creations are expressions of her own contempo...

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People Like Them

Confronting prejudice

The white picket fence

The white picket fence

Has Australia really escaped its racist past? Explore key events in our history...

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I feel I belong when people are not extra nice or give me special treatment because im different. I just want to be treated like everyone

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