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Two decades of Indigenous photography

Sometimes photos are more powerful than words They can touch your heart and soul when words speak to the mind. 

Catégories: AMC1°_2-3-Representing the world and oneself, AMCT°_1-1-Unity and plurality, AMCT°_1-3-Equalities and inequalities, AMCT°_3-3-Common inheritance and diversity, B1B2-1. Identities & Exchanges, B1B2-3. Art & Power, B1B2-8. Territory & Memory, LLCET°_2-2-Self-representation, LLCET°_3-2-Anchoring and inheriting | Tags: , , , | Commentaires fermés sur Two decades of Indigenous photography

Rewilding our cities

Architecture Rewilding our cities: beauty, biodiversity and the biophilic cities movement New York’s Highline shows that even the densest city environment can be rewilded, creating habitats for native species and green spaces for the community. Photograph: Gary Hershorn/Getty Images Buildings covered in plants do more than just make the cityscape attractive – they contribute to … Continuer la lecture »

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Art to assert one’s identity – Native Australians’ challenge

Denial of the humanity of Black folk is at the core of white supremacy, and it’s not simply a matter for the justice system; it’s been upheld through centuries of cultural propaganda. The narratives perpetuated through books, music, films and TV intentionally erase Black tenderness, cementing deep biases that foster an environment where doctors routinely … Continuer la lecture »

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Anglo-Trivia : how much do you know about the English-speaking world?

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Are statues History ?

from ABC Australia, listen to this very interesting presentation & analysis

Catégories: A2B1-8. Past within Present, AMC1°_2-3-Representing the world and oneself, AMCT°_3-3-Common inheritance and diversity, B1B2-1. Identities & Exchanges, B1B2-8. Territory & Memory, LLCET°_1-1-Art and protest, LLCET°_3-2-Anchoring and inheriting | Tags: , , , , , | Commentaires fermés sur Are statues History ?

Skinny towers in Sydney and Melbourne

Skinny towers: with few prime city sites left, Sydney and Melbourne are going tall and slim Sydney’s Pencil Tower hotel will be 6.4 metres wide, 100 metres high and 34 metres deep. An ingenious solution – or foolhardy? Neil Durbach, architect of the proposed Pencil Tower hotel, says ‘each [hotel] room is super compact, it’s … Continuer la lecture »

Catégories: A2B1-3. Villages, Neighbourhoods & Cities, A2B1-7. Saving the Planet & Designing our Futures, AMCT°_2-3-Rethinking cities, B1B2-2. Private Space & Public Space | Tags: , , | Commentaires fermés sur Skinny towers in Sydney and Melbourne

‘Silence is violence. Complacency is complicity’

Guardian Australia 6,17 k abonnés Closing Monday night’s Q+A show on ABC, which focused on Indigenous deaths in custody and the global Black Lives Matter movement, actor and writer Meyne Wyatt delivered a powerful speech taken from his autobiographical 2019 play City of Gold. « ‘How are we to move forward if we dwell on the past?’ That’s … Continuer la lecture »

Catégories: AMCT°_1-1-Unity and plurality, AMCT°_1-2-Public and individual freedoms, AMCT°_1-3-Equalities and inequalities, B1B2-7. Diversity & Inclusion | Tags: , , , , , , | Commentaires fermés sur ‘Silence is violence. Complacency is complicity’

Women won the vote in Australia in 1902, 18 years before America.

Australia doesn’t have much to show for celebrating women’s achievements by Clare Wright We are so accustomed to equating nation-building with men’s ambitions that we’ve betrayed the very people who put modern Australia on the maP direct link to article online Wed 26 Aug 2020 05.00 BSTLast modified on Wed 26 Aug 2020 ‘What have we … Continuer la lecture »

Catégories: B1B2-8. Territory & Memory, LLCET°_3-2-Anchoring and inheriting | Tags: , , , | Commentaires fermés sur Women won the vote in Australia in 1902, 18 years before America.

Aborigenes : Dreamtime Stories, how myths teach us who we are

In Australia, campfire stories will not only lull you to sleep but they’ll also tell you who you are,  why you are here and how you should behave. They’ll connect you with the Dreamtime creation myths. Enjoy Aboriginal art and creativity.  

Catégories: A2B1-8. Past within Present, AMC1°_1-1-Production and circulation of knowledge, AMC1°_2-3-Representing the world and oneself, AMCT°_3-3-Common inheritance and diversity, B1B2-1. Identities & Exchanges, B1B2-5. Fictions & Realities, LLCET°_2-3-Initiation and apprenticeship, LLCET°_3-2-Anchoring and inheriting | Tags: , , , , | Commentaires fermés sur Aborigenes : Dreamtime Stories, how myths teach us who we are

Aborigenes : from The Dreamtime to Modern Australia

 

Catégories: A2B1-8. Past within Present, AMCT°_1-1-Unity and plurality, AMCT°_1-2-Public and individual freedoms, AMCT°_1-3-Equalities and inequalities, AMCT°_2-3-Rethinking cities, AMCT°_3-1-Power and influence, AMCT°_3-3-Common inheritance and diversity, B1B2-1. Identities & Exchanges, B1B2-7. Diversity & Inclusion, B1B2-8. Territory & Memory, LLCET°_3-2-Anchoring and inheriting | Tags: , , , , , , | Commentaires fermés sur Aborigenes : from The Dreamtime to Modern Australia