2022
First Nations
Tasmanian
tunapri nipaluna
TASMANIAN MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY PRESENTS

TMAG - FIRST PEOPLES GALLERIES

FREE SELF-GUIDED TOUR
19 - 20 Feb 2022 (2 performances)
Sat 19 Feb 2022 10:00 am
Sun 20 Feb 2022 10:00 am
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Explore TMAG’s two dedicated Tasmanian Aboriginal Galleries.  

ningina tunapri This exhibition explores the journey of Tasmanian Aboriginal people and is a celebration of all Tasmanian Aboriginal generations. The exhibition provides an inspiring introduction to Tasmanian Aboriginal culture for patrons of all ages.   

parrawa, parrawa! Go Away, Go Away! This exhibition tells the story of Aboriginal people and colonists following the invasion of lutruwita, now called Tasmania, focusing on the Black War. Go on an immersive journey through this dark period of history, with objects, contemporary historical accounts and specially commissioned films all helping to bring the story to life. 

Visiting with young children? Our dedicated children’s Gallery mapiya lumi | Around Here is a must. Follow the palawa kani word trail and explore the many references to lutruwita/ Tasmania’s unique environment. Bookings encouraged but optional.  

LOCATION

Entry via Dunn Place.

Don’t forget to check out the extensive range of publications on Tasmanian Aboriginal History and contemporary culture available in the TMAG Shop!  

Theatre Royal says
tunapri nipaluna is a weekend of First Nations culture and knowledge sharing in Hobart, showcasing a range of incredible artists and cultural leaders from Tasmania and around the country.
Over four days we bring you a range of moving and powerful events and experiences, dance, music, film, exhibitions, a talk and walking tour.
Tickets

Free event. No booking required. 

Duration

Open 10am-4pm