Memory Lane: Walking Tour of Redfern

Dennis Golding’s artistic practice explores history and identity through the sharing of his experience of growing up on Gadigal land in Redfern. This inner-city suburb plays an important role in the story of Aboriginal rights and First Nations people’s connections to identity and place.

Join Redfern Elder Aunty Donna Ingram and Golding for a walking tour that will explore the social and political history of Redfern, a place that has been at the epicentre of First Nations activism.

The program will start at the Museum of Sydney with a viewing of Golding’s multifaceted artwork Cast in cast out before a bus will take you to Redfern for the walking tour.

Presented as part of the Sydney Open Series.

Members get more: Members enjoy presale access and a 20% discount on tickets.

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Please note:

  • This event is not accessible.
  • As this event is a walking tour, a reasonable level of fitness is required.
  • This is an outdoor event and will proceed in wet weather, except in extreme conditions. Please dress appropriately.
  • The tour will end in Redfern. Participants will not be transported back to the Museum of Sydney.
Cast in cast out, Denis Golding, 2020, epoxy resin, iron oxides, concrete, acrylic, edition etching rag
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Cast in cast out

An evocative artwork by Sydney-based Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay artist Dennis Golding

Saturday 16 March
Corner Phillip and Bridge streets, Sydney NSW 2000

Museum of Sydney

Corner Phillip and Bridge streets, Sydney NSW 2000
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