July 2014

  • 03 July 2014

    Australian Aboriginal Knowledge in Urban Culture

    The South Australian Museum is known as a world-class institution in the fields of Australian Aboriginal archaeology and anthropology. It offers outstanding programs for young people to connect with one of the world’s oldest living cultures in meaningful ways.

    Next week from Monday 7 July, the Museum opens its doors to visitors to enjoy an exciting range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural activities. This School Holiday program shines with music, visual arts, storytelling, scientific activities and theatre. Showcasing the best of the Museum’s knowledge and the expertise of local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members, the program promotes the ongoing engagement with Australia’s indigenous cultures.