Project Officer - Murrup Barak, Melbourne Institute for Indigenous Development
Marley Holloway-Clarke (she/her) is the Project Officer at Murrup Barak who belongs to the Njamal people of the Pilbara region. She grew up predominately on Palawa Country before moving to the Kulin Nation to start her tertiary studies. Marley is an alum of Victorian College of the Arts where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Arts with a focus in Photography. Keen to further her education Marley graduated with a Master of Art and Cultural Management in 2019 with focuses on First Nations arts and culture. For the last couple of years, Marley has been working as an emerging artist, curator and producer with works being exhibited at SEVENTH Gallery, Incinerator Gallery and George Paton Gallery.
Marley came into working at Murrup Barak as the Indigenous Student Outreach Officer, where she worked with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in helping them apply for university. She has now transitioned into the role of the Project Officer focusing on Marketing and Communications and managing the Murrup Barak social media platforms.
Wednesday 30 September
10:15 – 11:30 am
Responding Panel to Keynote
Indigenous Perspectives on SDGs, Cities and Climate Change - Hans P Bokelund, Director Aboriginal Melbourne - City of Melbourne
Marley Holloway-Clarke, Project Officer - Murrup Barak, Melbourne Institute for Indigenous Development
Jefa Greenaway, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning and Principal Architect - Greenaway Architects
Hans P Bokelund, Director Aboriginal Melbourne - City of Melbourne