Creating Things of Fire & Ash: Working with Vulnerable Communities

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When a group of young people affected by the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires were asked to tell their stories for an exhibition at the Victoria Police Museum it created an organic process of healing for both them and their families that was unexpected and deeply meaningful. This slide presentation was presented in conjunction with the paper, by the same title at the 2014 Victorian Museums & Galleries Conference held in Warrnambool, (Victoria, Australia).

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Creating Things of Fire & Ash: Working with Vulnerable Communities

  1. 1. Author: Kate Spinks. Public Program Curator, Victoria Police Museum, Melbourne, Australia
  2. 2. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.policemuseum.vic.gov.au)
  3. 3. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.policemuseum.vic.gov.au)
  4. 4. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.policemuseum.vic.gov.au)
  5. 5. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.policemuseum.vic.gov.au)
  6. 6. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.policemuseum.vic.gov.au)
  7. 7. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.police.vic.gov.au)
  8. 8. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.policemuseum.vic.gov.au)
  9. 9. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.policemuseum.vic.gov.au)
  10. 10. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.policemuseum.vic.gov.au)
  11. 11. Photography by Lilli Waters. Copyright: Victoria Police Museum (www.policemuseum.vic.gov.au)

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