Learn more about the artists of WILAM BIIK and join curator Stacie Piper for a roving floor talk. Stacie will talk to the inception of the exhibition and the connections between Country and the First Peoples of Southeast Australia.
WILAM BIIK is a TarraWarra Museum of Art exhibition touring with NETS Victoria, curated by Stacie Piper. Stacie Piper is a proud Wurundjeri, Dja Dja Wurrung and Ngurai illum-Wurrung woman, a dancer and educator in the Djirri Djirri Wurundjeri Women's Dance Group, and volunteers on the Victorian NAIDOC Committee, as the current Chairperson.
This project has been assisted by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.
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National Exhibitions Touring Support (NETS) Victoria is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria, by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, and through the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. NETS Victoria also receives significant in-kind support from the National Gallery of Victoria.
image: Stacie Piper standing in front of Paola Balla’s 'Murrup (Ghost) Weaving in Rosie Kuka Lar (Grandmother’s Camp)' 2021 with Rosie Tang, Untitled Wallpaper, Image c.1978, reproduced 2021. Courtesy of Paola Balla.
Installation view WILAM BIIK, TarraWarra Museum of Art, 2021
Photograph: TJ Garvie