Australia’s First Peoples culture exhibited in Hanoi

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(VOVWORLD) -The Australian Embassy in Vietnam opened  Walking Through a Songline, an immersive light projection installation at the Vietnam Women’s Museum in Hanoi on Thursday.
Australia’s First Peoples culture exhibited in Hanoi - ảnh 1The multi-sensory digital installation exploring the life and culture of Australia's First Peoples is the highlight of the exhibition. (Photo: VOV)

Speaking at the event, Australia’s Ambassador to Vietnam Andrew Goledzinowski said, “One of the Australian Government’s missions is telling Australia’s story to the world. This includes the knowledge and stories of Australia’s First Peoples.”

Walking Through a Songline is a tour version of the National Museum of Australia’s (NMA) internationally acclaimed exhibition Songlines: Tracking of the Seven Sisters, bringing the culture and stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to a global audience.

The highlight of the exhibition is a multi-sensory digital installation that explores the life and culture of Australia’s First Peoples with immersive audio-visuals.

The exhibition will run from Friday to May 21st.