New Boorun’s Canoe video interview and media wrap

Spread from the Boorun’s Canoe feature article in issue 15 of Milk Magazine.

Time has flown by since our mind-blowing opening night for Boorun’s Canoe back in early July. I’d like to extend a massive thanks to the over 400 friends, family, and new friends who came and made sure the atmosphere was incredible. To see a great set of photos by James Henry from the night click here.

The Bunjilaka Aboriginal cultural centre have just uploaded this video of Steaphan Paton, Kimberley Moulton (gallery curator) and myself talking about the project which I’m stoked to be able to share.

We’ve also been lucky enough to have the project featured across a range of media so I thought I’d post a selection here.

In Print

On the Radio:

  • Richard Stubbs interviewed Steaphan and I in the studio on ABC 774 (available here).
  • Gerard Callinan interviewed myself bright and early the morning after our opening night for ABC Gippsland (available here).
  • Steaphan was interviwed on Melbourne’s favourite local radio RRR (download mp3 here).

Online:

If you haven’t yet made it to the exhibition it is still on and open to the public for another three months! (Until November 4 @ Melbourne Museum, Nicholson Street, Carlton). The exhibition showcases the canoe that the Mullett family made, 15 gigantic prints (1.6 metres in size!) spread across 40 metres of beautiful curving wall space and a short film made by Daybreak Films of the canoe launch at Lake Tyers.

The Boorun’s Canoe exhibition wall. Photograph courtesy of James henry.

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4 thoughts on “New Boorun’s Canoe video interview and media wrap

  1. Congratulations Cam. This is a wonderful project and it was so great to be there for opening night. There was such a great buzz in the air and it was so inspiring to see this exhibition in action.

  2. Reblogged this on Adventures of the Traveller Em and commented:
    I had the pleasure of attending the opening night of Boorun’s Canoe opening night at Melbourne Museum. This is a must see. If you haven’t yet made it to the exhibition it is still on and open to the public for another three months! (Until November 4 @ Melbourne Museum, Nicholson Street, Carlton).

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