Historical explanations and cautionary tales – myths – conjure meanings that are powerful and insightful. Generationally, they inform and direct the path forward for our society and culture. In this land, we see the stories of the ancient Greeks and Romans as the foundation of the Western tradition of art making – juxtaposed against the eternal-longing of the First Nations peoples. Their Tjukurla is strong and has survived. Myth is an exhibition about the dialogue between the stories that make us, providing an avenue to broader understanding and – collectively – a richer place.
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