WA RAP Cultural Safety in Design

WA RAP Cultural Safety in Design
‘More and more our practice is working collaboratively alongside Aboriginal communities and Traditional Owners in WA, but how do we ensure this work takes place in a way that is respectful and empowering for all?' This event focuses on cultural safety in design, approaches to create a design process and outcomes that are culturally, spiritually, emotionally, socially and professionally safe. Our speakers, Ballardong Nyoongar artist and business owner—Maitland Hill, and Taryn Milroy, an Yindjibarndi person and Landscape Architect, will discuss cultural safety in design, and their experiences working together. We invite you to attend this discussion and encourage your questions and experiences to share on the night.

Where: Exhibition Foyer Outside Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters , WA Museum, Boola Bardip
When: 5:30pm for 6pm start.
CPD:  2 Points
Tickets:  $28 Members $45 Non-Members.

Purchasing a ticket will provide our members with a free guest pass with which we encourage our guests to bring along an Aboriginal business owner, consultant or likewise OR someone doing their own RAP in a different industry. Ticket also includes entry to the Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters Exhibition and drinks. By registering for this event you are subject to AILA's Delegate Conditions.  Contact Carmen with any questions.
22/04/2021 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Boola Bardip / WA Museum Songlines Exhibition Foyer Perth Cultural Centre PERTH WA 6000 AUSTRALIA

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