During Science Week 2016 Diploma student Catherine Turner spoke with the Indigenous Education Officer, Renee Cawthorne, about introducing school kids to the museum’s Indigenous Science gallery.
BY ANTONI BELL Like most people, I have a good friend who happens to be obsessed with anything related to weasels. Pretty much all my knowledge on weasels and weaselly animals (stoats, ferrets, otters, etc) is the result of our long friendship, and study of these often misunderstood animals. We share a passion for writing, […]
BY DANIELLA KALACH @dk1__ You may know him as Ace Ventura, Pet Detective. Or maybe Harry and Lloyd rings a bell? You know, that funny bloke with a bowl haircut and gapped tooth that sets off on a road trip to Aspen to chase the girl of his dreams in a van that looks like a […]
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that the following piece may contain images and references to people who may have died. The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978) A landmark Australian film showing the racism and injustices faced by Indigenous Australians, especially those from a mixed cultural background. Jimmie Blacksmith (Tommy Lewis) struggles with having both […]