As part of the 2018 UQ NAIDOC Arts, Music and Culture Festival The UQ Art Museum and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit present Occupation: Native. This powerful and entertaining film divulges into Australia’s one-sided white history. Through Trisha Morton-Thomas’ perspective, Occupation: Native highlights what has been missing from Australian history books.

The film will begin at 3pm, followed by an Elder Q&A from 4pm. The elder Q&A will feature Gaja/ Aunty Kerry Charlton.  
Koenpal-Yuggera & Ngunda-Kabi-Kabi
Co-chair RAP Steering Committee 

While you are here explore the new exhibition Defying Empire: 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial which brings together works by 30 contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across the country. 

FREE. RSVP to join us in the Art Museum to be part of an important conversation about our nation’s history.

The UQ Art Museum has partnered with the Office of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) for this event.



Image: Still from Occupation: Native