Jo and Lachy Roughley view McGarvie’s list on-screen at the Dyarubbin exhibition
The Dyarubbin project inspired two beautiful multi-media exhibitions, one at the State Library of New South Wales in Sydney, and the other at the Hawkesbury Regional Gallery in Windsor on Dyarubbin/the Hawkesbury River.
DYARUBBIN AT THE STATE LIBRARY OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Darug women Leanne Watson, Erin Wilkins, Jasmine Seymour and Rhiannon Wright tell their stories of Country, culture and frontier violence via video interviews on Country as well as beautiful artworks, artefacts, photographs and sweeping river landscapes.
You can view the Dyarubbin exhibition at the State Library of New South Wales until August 2022.
Dyarubbin exhibition banners at the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales (Joy Lai)
DYARUBBIN, THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AT HAWKESBURY REGIONAL GALLERY
Opening October 2022
Darug knowledge-holders, artists and educators Leanne Watson, Jasmine Seymour, Erin Wilkins and Rhiannon Wright share their stories of special sites along Dyarubbin as custodians of this beautiful and haunting place. The exhibition will include artworks, soundscapes, installation art, animation and storytelling.
View of the Dyarubbin exhibition at the State Library (Grace Karskens)