CURATE: A Discussion with “Exposure” Co-Curator Erin Vink
Thu, October 21, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm| Free
Please join us for an online discussion with the co-curator of MoCNA’s current exhibition, Exposure: Native Art and Political Ecology, Erin Vink (Ngiyampaa).
Register for the webinar—space is limited.
Erin Vink, a Ngiyampaa woman, is assistant curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Previously, she was the inaugural Indigenous assistant curator of art at the Australian War Memorial. Her recent curatorial projects, including Wirura Kanyini (2020), From My Mother Unto Me (2019), For Our Country (2019, co-curated with Toni Bailey) and Naygayiw Purka: Alick Tipoti, the Eyes of the North (2019), address Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s experience with Country, our relationship to it, and our inherent desire to defend it. She is featured in a number of catalogs and art magazines, including most recently Extraction: Art on the Edge of the Abyss, Art Monthly Australasia’s #KNOWMYNAME edition, and Country Art SA’s Viétnam: One In, All In. Vink is an alumni member of the prestigious National Gallery of Australia’s Indigenous Arts Leadership program supported by Wesfarmers Arts.
For more information, please contact MoCNA Senior Manager of Museum Education Winoka Yepa (Diné) at (505) 428-5907 or [email protected].