August 5 @ 10:00 am - September 6 @ 2:00 pm
Cleverman stormed onto ABC TV in 2016 as a dystopian sci-fi with a difference. With predominantly Indigenous cast and senior crew, the series explores a series of Aboriginal origin stories in a contemporary context, with political nuance touching on themes of class, racism and power.
Exploring First Nations storytelling, language and creativity in production design, costumes and props, this free exhibition invites you to listen-first and immerse yourself in a powerful and contemporary expression of origin stories.
The exhibition explores the making of Cleverman, including props, costumes, and make-up from the series, designs by Weta Workshop, and artwork from the original comic book series.
This touring exhibition by the Australian Centre for Moving Images has been assisted by the Australian Government’s Visions of Australia program. Visitors will be provided with disposable headset covers which are required to listen to audio components of the exhibition.
This exhibition is running from the 5th August – 6th September on Wednesdays – Sundays at 10am – 11am & 1pm – 2pm.
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