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Fabri Blacklock

Artist and Curator

Wirriimbi Designs

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Background Information

Employment History

Contributing Author

Bayagul


Assistant Curator of Koori History and Culture

Powerhouse Museum


Affiliations

Australian Catholic University

Postdoctoral Research Fellow


Australian Catholic University

Aboriginal Postdoctoral Research Fellow


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www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

Ms Blacklock is a descendant of the Ngarabal and Biripi peoples of NSW.
She said there was very little record of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service history, so she looked forward to documenting the stories of service men and women with a connection to Sydney. "Many of the older fellas went to fight in wars in Vietnam and were treated as equals on the war fields, but when they came back to Australia, it was back to segregation and many weren't allowed in pubs or clubs, so those stories are interesting to document," Ms Blacklock said. "Everybody's stories are important, so we're also interested in hearing from current serving members, especially women and others who assisted in the war effort." Contacts Fabri Blacklock Artist/curator fabri@wirriimbidesigns.com


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Dr Fabri Blacklock


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Home › Dr Fabri Blacklock
Dr Fabri Blacklock Dr Blacklock was Assistant Curator of Koori History and Culture at the Powerhouse Museum from 1999 to 2008. She is a contributing author of Bayagul: contemporary Indigenous communication and Our Place: Indigenous Australia Now. Dr Blacklock's scholarly interests include NSW Koori history, NSW Koori art, Aboriginal education, Aboriginal insider research methodologies, and oral history.


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Professors Rhonda Craven, Dr Fabri Blacklock, and Professor Janet Mooney travelled to Chicago recently to attend the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference.


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Dr Fabri Blacklock


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