Discover More Talk - From Little Things Big Things Grow

Karolina Kilian, assistant curator at the National Museum of Australia, will explore the issues involved in the development of the exhibition From Little Things Big Things Grow: Fighting for Indigenous Rights 1920-1970 in a free public lecture as part of the Museum of Tropical Queensland's Discover More talk series.

Visitors who have already visited this powerful exhibit, will gain new insight into the storytelling process. For those who have not yet visited the exhibition,the lecture represents the perfect opportunity to discover the display with an expert.

Karolina Kilian is an assistant curator with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program at the National Museum of Australia, where she has curated an exhibition on Indigenous civil rights and the recently opened exhibition Inside: Life in Children’s Homes and Institutions. 

She has worked as an assistant curator on the National Museum’s Not Just Ned: A True History of the Irish in Australia exhibition, in the Travelling Exhibitions sections of the National Gallery of Australia and in the Pacific Cultures department at the National Museum of New Zealand: Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington.

Event Details

13 December 2011, 09:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Free with Admission