Reconciliation Victoria Newsletter October 2018

Check out the latest gigs, cultural events and reconciliation news from around Victoria

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Following regional consultations and recent state-wide gatherings work is underway to incorporate community feedback into the next stages of the Victorian Treaty process. Deadly Questions has entered a second phase focussing on Treaty – we encourage you to take a look, hear the voices of Aboriginal Victorians and share widely.

With the Victorian Election around the corner on 24 November, now is the time to speak to your local candidates about their views on the Treaty process, self-determination and reconciliation, and let them know what is important to you. ANTaR Victoria’s 2018 Election Scorecard outlining where the major parties stand on key issues may assist you with this.  All indications are that this will be a close election, and it is up to us all to voice our support for a progressive agenda that protects and promotes the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Victoria.

We look forward to “Coming Together: Reflecting on Reconciliation and Celebrating Culture” with you all at our AGM on 27th October at the Darebin Parklands. There will be opportunities to share food, music, walks and conversation, take in the Spiritual Healing Trail, help us to adopt our new rules, develop the Knowledge Council and elect our new Board, hear the highlights of the past year and what we’re looking forward to – we hope you can join us.

Also, a reminder that Tanderrum is on Wednesday evening – always a very special event!

~ The RecVic team


Coming Together:
Reflecting on Reconciliation and Celebrating Culture

‍Join us to reflect on the past year and future of reconciliation and celebrating culture through music and a guided walk on the Spiritual Healing Trail at Darebin Parklands. The day will include:

Reconciliation Victoria and ANTaR Victoria AGMs

• A Guided Cultural Walk with Uncle Trevor Gallagher

• Entertainment and Food

Date: Saturday October 27, 2018
Location: Darebin Creek Environment Centre (The Gleeson Centre) Darebin Parklands, Corner Separation Street and Yarana Road, Alphington.

For more information please visit our Statewide Reconciliation Forum page

A full program of the day is available here.

This event is free and all are welcome to register for this event. Click here to reserve your ticket!

Victorian Treaty Update

The Treaty Advancement Commission last month released a proposed Representative Body model. The Representative Body will be the key voice for Aboriginal people in the next phase of the Treaty process.

VTAC’s proposal includes:

  • 17 elected seats, and 11 seats reserved for formally recognised Traditional Owner groups
  • dedicated voice for Elders to share their knowledge, and ensure cultural integrity
  • Six voting regions to ensure each part of Victoria is represented
  • Only Traditional Owners may be on the Body
  • All Aboriginal people aged 16 and over living in Victoria being eligible to vote (in the region where they live)
  • Voting in person, via post and online
  • gender quota to ensure a minimum level of female or non-male identifying representatives.

The proposed model was presented and discussed at the Elders Forum and Statewide Gathering held in late September, and feedback from the Aboriginal Community is invited via VTAC’s website over the next four weeks.  Visit the website for the detailed proposal and to provide feedback.

The Victorian Government recently announced almost $1.3 million for 19 Aboriginal organisations as part of the second round of the Treaty Community Engagement Program, aimed at engaging more Aboriginal Victorians in the state’s historic Treaty process.

The Program will support Traditional Owners groups and other organisations and businesses to engage with Victorian Aboriginal communities as well as non-Aboriginal Victorians on Treaty. Read more

For more information about future community gatherings, including times and venues, visit the Treaty Commission website. You can also register for email updates.

Check out VTAC’s latest video explaining their role and the Treaty process.

For further information including Aboriginal perspectives on Treaty in Victoria visit our website

Focus shifts to Treaty

The second phase of the Deadly Questions campaign, launched late last month, will focus on the important role of Treaty in Victoria and what Treaty could mean for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Victorians.

Explore and ask your Deadly Question today here and join the broader conversation with Aboriginal Victorians.
More information

ANTaR Victoria recently launched its election scorecard, which outlines areas of concern for Aboriginal Victorians and how the State Government can support Traditional Owners. The Scorecard provides a guide to the major Victorian political parties on
• Treaty • Out-of-home care • Land and water
• Justice • Health • Education
Check out the Scorecard here

Aboriginal people will have greater access to Koori courts after win

Aboriginal people will have greater access to Koori courts in Victoria, after a Supreme Court ruling found a magistrate acted unlawfully in not allowing an Indigenous man to transfer his matter to the specialist court.

This is the first time that Aboriginal cultural rights have received proper consideration in a Victorian court and it leaves open the possibility that it could be applied to court proceedings in other situations. Read more

The Torch 2019 Calendar now available

2019 calendars featuring artworks from 12 men and women participating in the Indigenous Arts in Prisons and Community Program. All artists receive a licensing fee and proceeds go towards running the program.

The large horizontal calendar featured above is $20 (including postage within Australia). Order your calendar now through The Torch online shop



Each year the first words of Melbourne International Arts Festival come from those who have carried this land’s stories the longest—the First Peoples of Melbourne.

Tanderrum is a ceremony bringing together the Wurundjeri/Woiwurrung, Boon Wurrung, Taungurung, Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung language groups of the Eastern Kulin Nation—a ceremony of celebration that reaches across Aboriginal time.

Wednesday 3 October  6.30pm
Federation Square, Melbourne
Photo: James Henry
Find out more

My Name is Jimi

An evening of music, stand-up, dance and storytelling.
It’s a long way to distant Mabuiag Island in the shimmering Torres Strait. But with Jimi Bani as your guide, it will soon feel like home.

Best known as one of the shining lights of Australian stage and screen, Jimi Bani is about to take on the most challenging role yet – the next chief of the Wagadagam people.

Step inside this rich living culture with the aid of Bani’s grandmother, mother, son and brothers to help light the way.

Thursday 4 – Sunday 7 October
Thursday – Friday 7.30pm. Saturday 2pm, 7.30pm. Sunday 3pm
Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre, Melbourne  Info and Tickets

The Castan Centre for Human Rights Law and King & Wood Mallesons Annual LectureJill Gallagher AO
Victorian Treaty Advancement Commissioner

The journey towards treaty

Victoria’s first Treaty Advancement Commissioner will talk about Aboriginal Victoria’s journey towards Treaty and the possibilities Treaty can offer everyone in our state.

Thursday 4 October 1 – 2pm
King & Wood Mallesons
Level 50, Bourke Place, 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Register here  Public event – all welcome

Show our politicians they’re accountable!

Hawthorn and Kew pre-election Candidates Forum
Thursday 4 October

Community groups in Hawthorn and Kew have organised this opportunity to hear from candidates in the upcoming State election on topics including Reconciliation with First Australians, Planning, Transport, Environment and Community Safety.

7 – 9.30pm, Hawthorn Library, 584 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn
Booking required

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HOLD THE DATE – Thursday 15 November

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Boroondara Reconciliation Network in conjunction with ANTaR presents Victorian Treaty Update and pre-election Policies
just in time for your final decision on voting in the Victorian State election on November 24. Hear the latest about Treaty and the likely outcome depending on who wins the election.

7.30pm, Hawthorn Library, 584 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn

Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place
invites you to attend their

Gala Dinner on Saturday 6 October

Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place (MMIGP) is a not-for-profit organisation committed to retaining, promoting and strengthening Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural identity.The Gala includes a three-course dinner and beverages
•  MC Sean Choolburra  •  Entertainment provided by Dave Arden Gunditjmara/Kokatha Songman  •  Performance byYeng Gali Mullum and MMIGP Youth Culture Group

MMIGP is currently seeking items for the loud and silent auctions. If you are able to donate any items for the auction contact Les Chessells, General Manager, or Carolyn Dawe on 03 9725 2166.  Download flyer

$160 per person – $1,400 for a table of 10
Green Acres Golf Club, 51 Elm Grove, Kew East

Visit to Coranderrk

Sponsored by the Nillumbik Reconciliation Group with Invited Guests from the Do Justice Group.
A very special visit to the home of Jacquie Wandin, a descendant of William Barak, still living on the remaining acreage of the original Coranderrk Aboriginal Station in Healesville. Includes a Welcome to Country with a campfire; a discussion of the general history of the property, plus other focus questions; and will finish with a cuppa.
Please register as soon as you can as these spaces will fill up quickly since this is a very important opportunity that does not come along every day!
Saturday 6 October  2 – 4pm
19 Barak Lane, Healesville
$25. Bookings and enquiries: Gloria Wallace, 0425 754 995

What does Treaty mean? What could a Treaty look like?

Join Lidia Thorpe MP for an informal yarn about Treaty.
Lentil as Anything, 562 High St, Thornbury.
Sunday 7th October. Starting from 4pm.
All welcome.

Seniors Festival Events

Sunday 7 October
As part of Celebration Day, the Kutcha Edwards Trio will perform at
Federation Square, 1.40 – 2.30pm. Free event.Some other Seniors Festival Events

Wednesday 10 October  3.30pm
A Concert with pioneering Australian Aboriginal reggae rock band, No Fixed Address.
Deakin Edge, Federation Square. Bookings not required.

Wednesday 10 October 6.30pm 
Yirramboi History Salon featuring Uncle Bart Willoughby and Uncle Selwyn Burns.
Deakin Edge, Federation Square
Bookings recommended. Enquiries 1300 797 210.

Fan the Flames illuminates the achievements of VCA’s students and alumni to keep the flames roaring for Indigenous arts and cultural development across the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music and our thriving communities. Featuring a diverse showcase of performances, visual art and conversations, Fan the Flames reflects on all our past successes and will leave your embers glowing well into the future!

Tuesday 9 October, 6.30 – 9pm
Federation Hall, Grant Street, Southbank
More information
Tickets are free, but Book now to secure your place

Reconciliation Stonnington 20th Anniversary

Form a team and answer questions on Aboriginal culture and history. There will be fun, and winners! And prizes! Learn about local Aboriginal stuff.

Thursday 11 October  6.30 – 9.30pm
Grattan Gardens Community Centre, 40 Grattan Street, Prahran
Find out more

Join country music legend Roger Knox for an afternoon of storytelling and music. Celebrating his recent induction to the NIMA Hall of Fame, Roger will speak about his life and perform with his son Buddy.

Thursday 11 October  1 – 2pm
M Pavilion, in the Queen Victoria Gardens, opposite Arts Centre.
Free event.  More information

Indigenous History Tour

To celebrate History Week 2018, Bundoora Homestead Art Centre will present a program of events which explore and pay tribute to the complex and significant history of the Homestead, and the land on which it was built.

Join a Wurundjeri Elder to hear the important history of Indigenous life in the area, dating back over 60,000 years. Located on Mount Cooper, the land surrounding the Homestead remains an important site, with significant evidence of the local Indigenous culture including middens, tools and scar trees. A demonstration of Wurundjeri crafts will follow the tour.

Saturday 13 October  2 – 3.30pm
$15  More info and tickets

Eumeralla – War Requiem for Peace
The Port Fairy Spring Music Festival in collaboration with Short Black Opera presents the world premiere of a major new work from award-winning Indigenous composer Deborah Cheetham. 
Sung entirely in the language of the Gunditjmara people, it is designed for non-Indigenous Australians to sing alongside Indigenous brothers and sisters.
Sunday 14 October  3.30pm
Southcombe Park Stadium, Port Fairy.  More information

Quartet and Country

The Australian String Quartet brings their much-loved ‘Quartet and Country’ series to a deeply satisfying conclusion with this concert featuring star of stage and screen, Ursula Yovich.

Ursula Yovich collaborated closely with Bangarra composer David Page, and here she shares her heartfelt tribute to him.
Sunday 14 October  2pm
St John’s Church, Port Fairy.  More information

Yarning Justice

Koorie Youth Council invites all young people to come, share your voice, share your solutions and walk together for justice.

The Aboriginal Justice Forum (AJF) exists to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices are heard by the decision makers in justice. As a part of AJF 52, ‘Yarning Justice’ is a space for young people to come and have their say in youth-led and facilitated workshops.
More information and registration or contact
Savanna on (03) 9267 3799 or

Thursday 18 October  9am – 6pm
Aborigines Advancement League, 2 Watt Street, Thornbury

DRMNGNOW presents Still Here.

A night hosted by independent artist and @3rrr presenter Neil Morris (DRMNGNOW) featuring emerging First Nations talent.

Artists include singer songwriters Aaron B, Rachael Lia, Kee’ahn, MC Ridzy Ray and producer Paul Gorrie.

Thursday 25 October, 9pm-midnite
Penny Black, 420 Sydney Rd, Brunswick.

More info

Book your tickets here

Baker Boy

Live at Howler Melbourne

In a sign of appreciation to his fans and good fortune Baker Boy is celebrating with a fistful of shows in his home-towns Melbourne, Castlemaine and joyfully Yurrwi (his cultural home in N.E. Arnhem Land NT) before he comes off the road to start creating new music and new choreography.

Saturday November 17  8pm
Howler Melbourne, 7-11 Dawson Street, Brunswick

Information and Bookings

Port Phillip Citizens for Reconciliation

Annual General Meeting

Tuesday 20 November  6pm 
Guest SpeakerMorris Stuart,
Choirmaster of the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir.South Melbourne Town Hall Theatrette, Fishley Street, South Melbourne (Note time and venue change from usual meetings) 
Information/bookings email Rosemary Rule or phone 9699 8804

Birrarung Wilam (River Walk)

The Koorie Heritage Trust’s Birrarung Wilam Walk takes you through Federation Square and down to the Birrarung Wilam (Common Ground) Aboriginal art installations, experiencing the Aboriginal history of the Birrarung Marr (beside the river of mists) and Aboriginal Peoples of the Kulin Nation.

Every Thursday and Friday from 1pm to 2pm

Bookings essential
More information

This conference aims to bring together new approaches to colonial Australia across the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Colonialism puts a range of practices and discourses into play: violent encounters, dispossession, trauma, ‘development’, ‘civilisation’, governance, trade, and so on.

Keynote Speakers: Professor Tim Bonyhady (ANU), Penny Edmonds (Uni of Tasmania), Bruce Pascoe, Professor Lynette Russell (Monash Uni).

University of Melbourne
10 – 11 December.

Information and Registration

We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters of Victoria.
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PETYAN season of wildflowers

Key Dates

12 October 1997: First Sea of Hands planted in Canberra in support of Native Title

31 October 1975: Racial Discrimination Act takes effect

Saturday 27 October:
Coming Together: Reflecting on Reconciliation and Celebrating Culture (incl RecVic and ANTaR Vic AGMs)

More details to follow closer to the time – keep an eye out on Facebook and our website.


Josh X Muir Exhibition

Josh Muir is a contemporary artist, and this immersive exhibition includes 24 new works printed on aluminium, with a wallpaper and neon installation and three-channel projected animation.

Josh’s latest solo exhibition explores Josh’s inner world. Inspired by hip hop and memories of his youth growing up around Ballarat, the works are full of Josh’s personal language of symbols and references.

Exhibition Opening
Saturday 6 October, 2 – 4pm

The Koorie Heritage Trust is delighted to invite you to the exhibition launch of Josh X Muir. Join us for some food with music by DJ Sadge.

Exhibition Tour with the artist
Saturday 13 October, 2pm

Josh will talk visitors through the hidden meanings behind his works, and what inspires him to create.


More information

Koorie Art Show 2018

Victoria’s largest Koorie Art Show is currently calling for entries!

The Koorie Art Show is our annual event showcasing the diverse talent of Victoria’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in one inclusive space. The show is an open-entry, non-acquisitive award exhibition, presenting the works of emerging to senior, Koorie and Victorian based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.  Find out more

Download the entry form HERE and submit by 5pm Monday 8 October.

Exhibition dates:
8 December 2018
– 24 February 2019

Evolution: Torres Strait Islander Masks

This exhibition highlights the significance of masks in Torres Strait Islander ceremonies and culture and their evolution to the present day through the commissioned works of eight artists from the Torres Strait and Northern Peninsula area. It was developed by the National Museum of Australia in partnership with the Gab Titui Centre and its parent body, the Torres Strait Regional Authority.

Until 28 January
Bunjilaka Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Museum, Nicholson Street, Carlton
More information

Be immersed in a celebration of Indigenous culture as we launch the Rona Pamkal Scholarship.

A collection of artworks from the Northern Territory and Victoria has been brought together to showcase the breadth of artistic practice from the communities with which we work.

This is a special collaboration between Trinity College and the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School – MITS.

Until 30 November
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 4pm, or by appointment.Trinity College, Gateway Building,100 Royal Parade, Parkville

More information
View the catalogue
Price List


Deck Art with Tricia Van Der-Kuyp (aka Vandal)

This school holidays take the kids along to Artplay for a workshop on painting skateboard decks with artist Tricia Van Der-Kuyp aka ‘Vandal’ (Wiradjuri Nation).

Tricia is a Melbourne-based stencil, spray canner, sharpie marker artist and all around creative type.

There will be two workshops. The first session is open to all and the the second session is Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community members.

Saturday 6 October 2018

General Public, ages 9 – 12.
10.30am – 12:00pm

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Only, ages 10 – 15.
2:00pm – 3.30pm

Artplay, Birrarung Marr, Melbourne

For enquiries contact Jade Hadfield on 03 8662 6334 or

Splash X Icon

Presented in partnership with Koorie Heritage Trust and Signal, join artist Josh Muir, in a creative workshop for young people.

SPLASH X ICON is a project that is about having fun through expression of emotion and having the intentions of release. It encourages people to let go, get creative and messy, to form the base for an artwork which will then be layered with an iconic image in the form of a sticker that you get to make.

Saturday 20 October, 11am – 4pm
Ages 13 – 25 years.BOOK HERE


Reconciliation Banyule Film Nights

First Monday of each month at 7.30pm at the Ivanhoe Uniting Church, 19 Seddon Street, Ivanhoe

My Home the Block

Aunty Joyce Ingram is an Indigenous elder living in the notorious Redfern neighbourhood called “The Block”. She has fought battles and has won some historically significant ones. This is a window into a tough world. It exposes the daily struggles of an urban Indigenous community and an elder’s resilience, compassion and love.  More information

Monday 5 November
8.30 – 9.30pm


2018 National Reconciliation Action Plan Conference

Wednesday 5 – Thursday 6 December 2018

Over 1.5 million people in Australia study or work in an organisation with a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).As the first national conference of its kind, this event provides a forum to explore the RAP program and share examples of best-practice.

Conference themes
•  RAPs in the reconciliation journey
•  Sharing stories
•  Best practices
•  Self-determinationKeynote presentations will be made by

•  Dr Jackie Huggins AM
•  Professor Tom Calma AM
•  Stan Grant
•  Info and Registration

Evidence of frontier battles unearthed in Queensland

Archaeologists have discovered hundreds of paramilitary Native Mounted Police camps across Queensland, shedding light on Australia’s violent frontier history. Professor Bryce Barker, an archaeological anthropologist from the University of Southern Queensland, is one of the leaders of a research project investigating the evidence of Native Mounted Police life.
More information

Photo: White officers and Aboriginal troopers at a camp in North Queensland

There have been a number of excellent articles commentating on Byron Bay Council’s recent decision to no longer celebrate January 26, and the response by MPs and media commentators.

We will not accept Australia Day on 26 January without resistance, Claire Coleman (The Guardian, 25/9/18).

Why a separate holiday for Indigenous Australians misses the point, Domenic O’Sullivan (The Conversation, 27/918).

Australia Day. Which day is that, exactly?, Tony Wright (The Age, 27/9/18)

Bunjilaka: First Peoples Tours

Experience the vibrant cultures of Indigenous Australia and see the most significant Aboriginal cultural collection in the world. Your expert guide will take you through the award-wining First Peoples exhibition, Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Milarri Gardens. Share insight into the rich traditions of performance, storytelling and artwork.

Weekdays 2 – 3.30pm
Until 31 December

Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Melbourne Museum, Nicholson Street, Carlton
Information and Tickets

Decolonizing Solidarity

Decolonizing solidarity is a website full of resources and ideas. It aims to inspire, support, trouble and give direction to the work of people who support Aboriginal struggles.

If you are relatively experienced, or have a specific skill to offer, then you can sign up to the database and it may be possible to direct you to an Aboriginal-led project you can support. You can also sign up to find out about new resources, ideas and actions.

Check out the website here

A real history of Aboriginal Australians, the first agriculturalists

Indigenous writer and anthologist Bruce Pascoe draws on first-hand accounts from colonial journals to dispel the myth that Aboriginal people were hunters and gatherers and “did nothing with the land that resembled agriculture”.

In this powerful TEDx talk, Pascoe demonstrates a radically different view of Australian history that we all need to know – one that has the potential to change the course of Australians’ relationship with the land.

View the talk here

Message to PM: “We have cried enough over you”

The Co-Chairs of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples, Dr Jackie Huggins and Mr Rod Little, are sending a clear message to newly elected Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

“We, as Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander peoples, have cried enough over you and other politicians responsible for devastating policies and minimising our representation,” Dr Huggins said.

“We are demanding that you abandon the cynical thought of appointing Tony Abbott as a Special Envoy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs for the sole purpose of attempting to quell the factional divides in your party.

Read the full message here

with Jessie Lloyd and Nova Peris OAM

In July 2018, musician Jessie Lloyd and Australian sporting hero and politician Nova Peris OAM came together to discus the meaning of this year’s NAIDOC theme ‘Because of her, we can!

As the first Indigenous Australian to win Olympic gold and the first Indigenous woman to be elected into federal parliament, Nova Peris has represented in more way than one. Hear her personal stories and experiences behind these inspiring achievements.

View the video

What can Australia learn about Indigenous rights from New Zealand?

In New Zealand, the 1840 Treaty of Waitangi, which recognised the rights of the Maori population, is considered a founding document.

Moana Jackson (above) is a prominent Maori lawyer and academic from New Zealand. He’s also an expert on the Treaty of Waitangi. He spoke to RN Drive ahead of delivering a speech on treaty, sovereignty and self-governance at the 10th annual Dungala Kaiela Oration.

Download here

Maggolee – here in this place

The Maggolee website, developed by Reconciliation Victoria, includes information on policy and programs, protocols and cultural awareness, Traditional Owner groups and local Aboriginal organisations, Aboriginal languages, key local contacts, news and events.

It contains information about each of the 79 Victorian local government areas, and about actions councils can take across key function areas to build closer relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and to progress reconciliation.

Maggolee has also proven to be a useful resource for teachers, educators and the wider community.

We do not need a special envoy, we need our leaders to listen

by Luke Pearson

At a time when Indigenous voices have been stifled and ignored more than any time in recent history; a time when many Indigenous people are calling for a Treaty, or at the very least for A Voice To Parliament in an effort to have a greater say over issues that affect us, our new PM makes his first gesture in Indigenous Affairs based on party politics and not on what is in the best interest of Indigenous peoples.

Read the full article


Are you keen to embed Aboriginal culture and perspectives into your early childhood setting but are not sure how to start?  Are you scared as a non-Aboriginal person about getting it wrong?

The Aboriginal Early Childhood Practice Guide is an accessibly written and beautifully created book designed to assist non-Aboriginal early childhood educators and teachers to embed Aboriginal perspectives into their everyday curriculum underpinned by anti-bias approaches.

The book is designed to give you the information you need to start this process with courage. It will guide you to imbue Aboriginal perspectives across your curriculum rather than treating this important part of teaching young children as something that can be added on.

It is a must have for every service, every educator and every teacher.

Pre-order your book here at the special price of $90.

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