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Since it opened its doors in 2001, the National Museum of Australia has provided a forum for public discussion. Australia Speaks is a series of talks by eminent Australians exploring matters of national meaning and significance and offering audiences an opportunity to engage with big, bold ideas about the future of our country.
In this second speech in the series presented on 22 February 2022, respected arts leader, businessman and philanthropist Rupert Myer AO draws on research by independent think tank A New Approach to analyse the role of arts and culture in Australian public life. It outlines how a National Cultural Plan would ensure that we increase the value of our cultural inheritance so future generations can flourish.
Building on this shared perspective on growing Australia’s cultural inheritance, it includes a response by award-winning Indigenous designer, film producer and curator, Alison Page, a descendent of the Walbanga and Wadi Wadi peoples of south-eastern Australia.
Dimensions: 167 x 234 mm
Publisher: National Museum of Australia Press
Published Date: June 2022