Exhibition on indigenous culture in Hanoi


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Exhibition on indigenous culture in Hanoi

The multimedia installation exhibition Walking Through a Song opens Thursday, April 27 at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum in Hanoi.

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The exhibition “Walking Through a Song” opened on April 27 in Hanoi.
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The exhibition, which is organized by the Australian Embassy to showcase the unique and vibrant Australian cultures to the Vietnamese audience, is part of the 50th anniversary activities.H Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Australia and Vietnam (1973-2023).

“Walking Through A Songline” is the world touring version of the popular “Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters”, after showing for the first time at the Australian National Museum in Canberra. The exhibit showcases Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and stories.

At the opening, Australia’s Ambassador to Vietnam, Andrew Golidzinowski, said that one of the Australian government’s tasks is to convey to the world the history of Australia, including the history of indigenous peoples.

Nguyên Thi Tuyêt, director of the Vietnamese Women’s Museum, and co-organizer of the exhibition, said it provided an in-depth exploration of Australia’s culture and history through a unique form of digital display. She added that it is a great gift for Hanoi people.

The exhibition runs until May 21.


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