Effective immediately, and in line with Government restrictions, Arts Mildura will close the doors to the museum of innocence.
During this moment of global chaos, we send our thoughts to all communities connected to, and affected by, the COVID-19 health crisis, and the #BlackLivesMatter community movement.
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Arts Mildura acknowledges that we operated on the unceded Latje Latje / Nyeri Nyeri country.
We pay respect to to Elders of those communities, as well as their neighbours the Barkindji people.
Always was. Always will be.

 


 

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Arts Mildura acknowledges the First Nations People of the Mallee-Millewa; pays respect to their elders, past, present & future; and acknowledges that First Nations' sovereignty over this land was never ceded.