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Please join us for a unique two-hour experience with the artists from the exciting William Buckley:Belonging, exhibition—inspired by none other than William Buckley himself — an escaped convict who made his home with Indigenous communities of the Barwon region during the late 1800s.
You are invited to participate in the discussion as we track down who Buckley was and how we might interpret the situation in which he found himself in light of today's multicultural Australia and the mass movement of displaced peoples around the world.
Themes of loneliness, belonging and identity will be the focus.
11 Rutland St
Newtown Victoria 3220
April 9th 2016
10am - 12md
(you are invited to stay on and have lunch with us)
Morning tea and lunch will be available for purchase at Lola's Café during the event.
So James at Lola's doesn't get swamped with orders during our conversation - we would love you to tell us if you are coming for morning tea/coffee and/or lunch so he can cater. Please go to the booking page or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any dietary requirements.