We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water, 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan


We see recognition—a children's art exhibition

Thursday 27 May to Sunday 1 August 2021

To coincide with National Reconciliation Week (Thursday 27 May to Thursday 3 June) and NAIDOC Week (Sunday 4 to Sunday 11 July) Geelong Gallery presents two important projects:

We see recognition—a children’s art exhibition 

Students and educators from a wide range of schools and year levels explore the theme of reconciliation through classroom learning, activities and workshops. The resulting works provide students with the opportunity to express their own creative responses to reconciliation and promote respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

First Nations perspectives

Explore a rich series of learning videos that provides personal interpretations of key works in the Geelong Gallery collection from the perspective of leaders, educators, and artists from the Wadawurrung and local Wathaurong communities and First Nation’s people now living on Wadawurrung country.

These videos demonstrate a breadth of knowledge and understanding of First Nation people’s histories and culture, past, present and future, and provide an opportunity for students to learn multiple perspectives on culture and history through the visual arts.

Supporting the Department of Education and Training’s implementation of the Marrung: Aboriginal Education Plan 2016–2026 the videos aim to provide an authentic and meaningful connection for all students to celebrate the rich and thriving culture, knowledge and experience of our First Nations people.

 

We see recognition program partner

Participating program partner

 

First Nations perspectives program partner