Join Chloe Mills in conversation with Nathan Sentance and Louise Riley on unpacking the archives and what it means to challenge traditional notions of ownership and representation in archival institutions. Louise Riley will explore the importance of participatory community archives and ownership, addressing authority in history. Nathan Sentence will discuss what it means to decolonise the archives shifting from object-centric to people-centric approaches. Discover how archives are evolving in the face of climate change threats, including the preservation of knowledge held by Elders and Cultural Sites. This event will reshape your perspective on archives, their role in memory preservation, and their potential to drive positive change in society. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in a transformative dialogue on the past, present, and changing future of archives.
Note: this event is pre-recorded.