Albert Namatjira<br/>
<em>MacDonnell Ranges at Heavitree Gap</em> (early 1950s) <!-- (recto) --><br />

watercolour<br />
34.5 x 52.0 cm (sheet)<br />
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br />
Presented by Esso Australia Pty Ltd, 2018<br />
2018.1129<br />
© Namatjira Legacy Trust/Licensed by Copyright Agency, Australia
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NGV Language Exchange Connections to Place

Fri 10 Nov 23, 3pm–5pm

Albert Namatjira<br/> <em>MacDonnell Ranges at Heavitree Gap</em> (early 1950s) <!-- (recto) --><br /> watercolour<br /> 34.5 x 52.0 cm (sheet)<br /> National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br /> Presented by Esso Australia Pty Ltd, 2018<br /> 2018.1129<br /> © Namatjira Legacy Trust/Licensed by Copyright Agency, Australia <!--135110-->
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Are you an international student interested in exploring local art and culture, practicing conversational English, and meeting new people? 

We would love to see you at NGV Language Exchange at the National Gallery of Victoria. Join educators at the Gallery each month for conversations about art and design from Australia and around the world, and creative artmaking activities.

All levels of English are welcome, and no prior art knowledge or experience is required. Sessions are free but bookings are essential. 

This week, come along to explore the art of First Nations Australians at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia and discover unique perspectives and stories about special places, from Naarm (Melbourne) to remote desert landscapes. Discover strong and enduring connections to Country in First Nations art and culture and consider your own connections to place. Then, join us for a studio workshop to create your own unique artwork about the places that are special to you. 

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