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kuril dhagun
kuril
dhagun
kuril’s place
kuril dhagun
2006 kuril dhagun opened as part of Indigenous Library Services
2008 kuril dhagun restructured under Public P...
kuril dhagun
kuril dhagun creates connections between the State Library of
Queensland and the Aboriginal Peoples and Torre...
"You can play a tune on black keys, you can play a tune on
white keys, but both are needed for perfect harmony."
Pastor Do...
"If you can imagine the one family continuously occupying the same
land for 40,000 years or more, using it not just to sus...
“ If you have come here to help me, you are wasting our time.
But if you have come because your liberation is bound up
wit...
„History in this country has often been written by people who haven‟t even spoken to an Aboriginal person and I really
obj...
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kuril dhagunkuril dhagun
vision
kuril dhagun
PEOPLE
kuril dhagun is committed to building and sustaining a long-term relationship with Indigenous communit...
kuril dhagun
One last thing
kuril dhagunQuestions?
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Kuril dhagun lbq presentation august 2013

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Kuril dhagun lbq presentation august 2013

  1. 1. kuril dhagun kuril dhagun kuril’s place
  2. 2. kuril dhagun 2006 kuril dhagun opened as part of Indigenous Library Services 2008 kuril dhagun restructured under Public Programs 2010 kuril dhagun restructured under Indigenous Research & Projects 2013 CEO initiated a new collaborative approach to Indigenous Services at SLQ being ‘ everyone’s business.’ background
  3. 3. kuril dhagun kuril dhagun creates connections between the State Library of Queensland and the Aboriginal Peoples and Torres Strait Islander Peoples of Queensland kuril dhagun co-creates content in partnership with Indigenous communities in Queensland, interstate and internationally kuril dhagun works to engage with the wider Queensland community in furthering a greater understanding and awareness of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge, history and culture. our beliefs
  4. 4. "You can play a tune on black keys, you can play a tune on white keys, but both are needed for perfect harmony." Pastor Doug Nicholls "You can play a tune on black keys, you can play a tune on white keys, but both are needed for perfect harmony." Pastor Doug Nicholls
  5. 5. "If you can imagine the one family continuously occupying the same land for 40,000 years or more, using it not just to sustain life but as a place of reverence and worship, where every tree, rock and waterhole had significance, you will get some understanding of the importance of land to indigenous people.” Tania Major "If you can imagine the one family continuously occupying the same land for 40,000 years or more, using it not just to sustain life but as a place of reverence and worship, where every tree, rock and waterhole had significance, you will get some understanding of the importance of land to indigenous people.” Tania Major
  6. 6. “ If you have come here to help me, you are wasting our time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.‟ Aunty Lilla Watson
  7. 7. „History in this country has often been written by people who haven‟t even spoken to an Aboriginal person and I really object to that stuff. Unless it is colonial history of course, because all the informants are gone now, those people can‟t defend themselves, nor can they give their own views.‟ Jackie Huggins
  8. 8. kuril dhagun
  9. 9. kuril dhagunkuril dhagun vision
  10. 10. kuril dhagun PEOPLE kuril dhagun is committed to building and sustaining a long-term relationship with Indigenous communities across Queensland, co-creating content and engaging in a two-way learning process for all. kuril dhagun is also dedicated to supporting the development of all State Library staff to play an active role in working with Indigenous community throughout Queensland. PLACE kuril dhagun at the State Library of Queensland explores different ways of understanding, co-creating and showcasing stories with, by and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Visitors to kuril dhagun experience the diversity of Indigenous cultures and histories through a range of public programs and spaces where they are invited to explore and interact with Australia’s oldest living culture CONNECTION kuril dhagun is a conduit for connecting communities to a shared awareness and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture of Queensland through a diverse of public programs, library services, collection strategies and digital technologies. LEGACY The collection and preservation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, knowledge and culture will ensure a legacy for all Queenslanders from an Indigenous perspective. kuril dhagun plays a pivotal role in supporting and collaborating with units in State Library of Queensland that currently work with Indigenous communities, working towards extending the reach of collections, working with collections to profile items, significance, research and presentation.
  11. 11. kuril dhagun One last thing
  12. 12. kuril dhagunQuestions?

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