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  • Time7:30pm, Wed 14 December, 2022
  • LocationManning Clark Hall, Kambri Cultural Precinct
  • Free Ticket LinkLink
  • PerformersElectric Fields, Alinta Barlow, Jye Cole, Dale Huddleston and Djinama Yilaga

‘Gather Round People’ is a celebration of esteemed First Nations Songman Kev Carmody who is being awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the Australian National University. In celebration of his achievements, this free concert featuring First Nations musicians is headlined by award-winning duo Electric Fields and features Alinta Barlow, Jye Cole, Dale Huddleston and Djinama Yilaga.

This concert is organised in conjunction with ANU Professor Brenda L. Croft’s collaborative exhibition ‘Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality’ at ANU Drill Hall Gallery, and the ANU Grand Challenges: Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Collaborative Scheme project ‘Murrudha: Sovereign Walks – Track #3’ and ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences.

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  • TitleStill In My Mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality
  • SpecsSoftcover, 150 pages
  • PublisherPublished 2017 by University of Queensland Art Museum
  • DetailsBrenda L. Croft, Penny Smith, Felicity Meakins
  • ISBN9781742721859
  • Price$25 + $10 postage / Buy Now

The Drill Hall Gallery acknowledges the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples, the traditional custodians of the Canberra region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.