Free Event: Two ways of walking together, Science and Culture - A community based Aboriginal rock art project in the Blue Mountains

Wednesday, 3rd August, 2022

The First Nations Speaker Series is presented in collaboration with Sydney Living Museums, GML Heritage and the Research Centre for Deep History. Join us for a conversation with Wayne Brennan about a community based Aboriginal rock art project.

What: Two ways of walking together, Science and Culture - A community based Aboriginal rock art project in the Blue Mountains

When: Wednesday 3 August 2022, 6pm–7pm

Where: Free Online and in person at the Museum of Sydney. The session will be recorded and made available after the event.

Register: Bookings are required, register for your free ticket here.

About Wayne Brennan

Wayne is an archaeologist of Gamilaraay descent, who specializes in Aboriginal rock art and has lived and conducted research in the Blue Mountains for over 35 years. He has worked as an education officer, researcher and remote fire fighter for the National Parks and Wildlife Service since 1987. He currently works as an Aboriginal heritage consultant and is a visiting research fellow with the Australian Museum, Sydney. Read more.