In Dark Emu, Bruce Pascoe presented robust evidence that entrenched assumptions about Aboriginal hunter-gatherer societies were false. Dark Emu was just the beginning of a series of challenging conversations led by Pascoe about the way Aboriginal people lived before colonisation. With Tony Birch, Pascoe will revisit Dark Emu and ask: What does challenging the past of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people mean for the present?
Presented in partnership with the Wheeler Centre.
QUICK PICK ticket $15 (concession $12): Bookings (03) 5434 6100 or online PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO DEMAND, THIS SESSION HAS MOVED TO ULUMBARRA THEATRE