Born on the Hermannsburg Lutheran mission in the Northern Territory in 1902, the life of iconic master painter and Western Arrernte man Albert Namatjira was entangled in virulent racial politics.
Franchesca Cubillo, Churchill Scholar and Senior Curator Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art at the National Gallery of Australia, offers insights into the Hermannsburg Movement, the artist’s magnificent paintings and enduring legacy.
This hour-long talk at the Australian Museum is hosted by journalist Tracey Holmes.
Drop in on your lunch break or take the opportunity to visit the museum before or after the talk.
Museum Member: $25.00
- Mobility access
- Hearing loop