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The History Salon: Tiriki Onus

Conversation

History Salon is a living encyclopaedia of Blak culture in Australia, a space to honour traditions and ways of knowledge transfer. Yorta Yorta bass baritone Tiriki Onus grew up in Melbourne and spent ten years as a successful visual artist, art conservator and exhibition curator before he began singing opera professionally. He is also the acting head of the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development at the University of Melbourne. Tiriki shares stories, informing a new generation about their place in two thousand generations of cultural practice, with host Kerri-Lee Harding (Wulgurukabah-Juru and Koa) aka Blak Betty. Gather, listen and be inspired.

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