Source: Welcome to Ngunnawal Country, by Lynnice Church. AIATSIS (2020).
Whose stories are being told through our art in Melbourne? How have people represented Melbourne and themselves over time? Whose stories have been told, or untold through this art? Where is Melbourne's art, and does the location (in a gallery or outside a gallery) change the way the art is perceived?
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