Len Tierney lecture – When ink kisses paper: creative thinking in monocultured times

Melbourne University’s Len Tierney Lecture for 2013 will be delivered by Professor Kerry Arabena on Monday 15th April.

Professor Kerry Arabena will discuss opportunities for building hope by valuing knowledge outside narrow public discourses in which the future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children is currently considered, highlighting the need for creative thinking and action in these modern times.

Details and booking information are available here.

 

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