A vanguard of modern museum practice, Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters exhibition takes the creation myths and legends of our indigenous communities and transforms these into an array of digital representations that are readily accessible to all.

The senior custodians of the Martu country, Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) and Ngaanyatjarra lands, who act as keepers and transmitters of knowledge, culture and values, have shared these stories with curators at National Museum of Australia giving us all insights into their past, present and future.

The stunningly brilliant Digital Dome features stories of the Seven Sisters on a six-metre, state-of-the-art dome showing artworks, animations and vision of the sisters flying into the night sky.

Collisions is an amazing virtual reality experience that invites visitors to journey to the land of indigenous elder Nyarri Nyarri Morgan and the Martu tribe in the remote West Australian desert.

Not forgetting younger patrons, a range of school holiday activities will operate Monday to Wednesday 15 –17 January and 22–24 January 2018 from 10am – 12.30pm and 1.30 – 3.30pm.

This magnificent presentation of the very best of our indigenous culture runs until 25 February 2018 at the National Museum of Australia, Lawson Crescent, Canberra.


Dates: 15 September 2017 - 25 February 2018

Location: National Museum Australia (Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula, Canberra)

Hours: 9am - 9pm (26th January 2018, Australia Day included)

Cost: Ticket costs vary, check here for details.

National Museum Website

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