For many young adults, visiting a cultural exhibition is not high on their weekend plans. Lack of engaging and interactive content seems to be at the forefront of their disinterest. The National Film and Sound Archive is aware of their disconnection with younger generations and has taken measures to attract a more youthful audience.Continue readingIs digital technology the future of cultural exhibitions?
The Francophonie Market took place on Friday, 18th March hosted by the Alliance Francaise of Canberra. Many Canberrans came to discover and sample the world of Francophone countries, with a total of eleven embassies being present to share their cuisine and culture. Art created by school students around the territory also drew great interest. The fete was in line with the International Francophonie Week which runs from March 17 to March 25 and celebrates all of the French-speaking countries around the world.Continue readingThe Francophonie Market: chocolate, Kava and culture
Only a few days until we’re allowed to turn on our heaters! But there’s lots on in the capital this long weekend to enjoy before digging in for the winter. Here’s The Owl’s rundown of the Canberra scene for 23-25 April, 2022.Continue readingWhat’s on in Canberra: 23-25 April, 2022
This episode features Dr Paul Collis and Dr Wayne Applebee talking about their connection to country, family history, bloodlines, laws, politics and social culture. As well the future of Indigenous Nations and the environment.Continue readingListening to First Nations Voices – episode 5