1. Artefacts crafted by Uncle Albert Mullett. Courtesy of the artist’s family.
2 + 3. Exhibition documentation of Voice, Treaty, Truth: Gunaikurnai artworks from the Latrobe Regional Gallery collection and by Uncle Albert Mullett and Steaphan Paton, 6 July 2019 to 6 October 2019, The Lane Gallery, Latrobe Regional Gallery.
4. Jennifer Mullett, Symbols of the Gunai Woman, 2000, Etching, Ed 4/10, 30 x 20 cm image, 38 x 38 cm sheet, Latrobe Regional Gallery Collection, purchased 2003.
5. Jennifer Mullett, Bird I and Moon, 2003, Etching, Ed 2/10, 30 x 19 cm image, 35 x 25 cm sheet, Latrobe Regional Gallery Collection, purchased 2003.
VOICE, TREATY, TRUTH
Gunaikurnai artworks from the Latrobe Regional Gallery Collection and by Uncle Albert Mullett and Steaphan Paton
6 July 2019 to 6 October 2019
In recognition of NAIDOC week 2019, Latrobe Regional Gallery is proud to present Voice, Treaty, Truth from 6 July to 6 October. Featuring eight artefacts crafted by past Gunaikurnai elder Uncle Albert Mullett, kindly loaned by his family for exhibition along with a screening of Boorun’s Canoe, featuring Uncle Albert Mullett and his family, created by Steaphan Paton and Cam Cope. These will be on display alongside artworks from Latrobe Regional Gallery’s permanent collection by Gunaikurnai artist Jennifer Mullett.