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NAIDOC Exhibition - Voice, Treaty, Truth


June to August 2019
 
This year, 2019, is the United Nations International Year of Indigenous Language, and the perfect time to reflect on our local Aboriginal knowledge heard through local Aboriginal voices. The Belmont Museum’s exhibition on this year’s 2019 NAIDOC week theme, Voice, Treaty, Truth explores the Aboriginal voice in Belmont and some key stories of local Aboriginal movements towards acknowledgement, empowerment and a positive shared future.


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2019 Local History Photographic Competition 


To celebrate the new Community Centre in Faulkner Park Civic Precinct, this year’s Local History Photographic Competition theme is 'Buildings of Belmont'. 

Enter your old photos featuring buildings meaningful to you in the Belmont area for the chance to win up to $500 cash. All entrants will have one of their photos displayed in a special exhibition and go into the running for a People’s Choice Award. Online entries can be submitted here. Alternatively, entries can be submitted at the Belmont Museum

Entries close Friday 23 August 2019.

For more information contact the Belmont Museum on 9477 7451 
or email museum@belmont.wa.gov.au 

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Dardy Sing Bratz Dolls


DATE: Friday, 12 July 2019
TIME: 2pm to 3:30pm

Proud Noongar woman and contemporary artist Bianca Wilder will guide children in transforming old Bratz dolls into beautiful contemporary and traditional Indigenous characters. Dolls will be supplied at the session.

Suitable for children aged 6 to 12 years. 

Book now as places are limited. To make a booking click here.
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