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Tamirat Gebremariam Abida, 2020. Courtesy of Islamic Museum of Australia
Tamirat Gebremariam Abida, 2020. Courtesy of Islamic Museum of Australia

Missing Voices: Untold Stories of Australian Muslims

Migration Museum
Adelaide City

When

28 April - 29 May

10am - 5pm

Where

Migration Museum
82 Kintore Ave, Adelaide, SA, 5000

About

Islam is a global religion. It is represented by a rich diversity of peoples, cultures and societies transcending all geographical boundaries. While Muslims have migrated to Australia since the 1860s (or earlier), over a third are Australian-born. This means Australian Muslims are not a homogeneous group, but they make up a culturally diverse portion of our population. This diversity brings a whole host of interesting stories, life experiences, and positive contributions to society.

Over the course of twelve months, the Islamic Museum of Australia collected the deeply personal oral histories of 70 Australian Muslims from all walks of life across Victoria. Missing Voices presents these testimonies through painting, illustration, video, photography and text.

Price

Free

Bookings not required

Contact

Joylyne Teh

8207 7570

Connect

https://migration.history.sa.gov.au/

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