Wurundjeri, Dja Dja Wurrung, Ngurai-Illam Wurrung | First Nations Curator - Yalingwa | Djirri Djirri Dancer | Chairperson Victorian NAIDOC Committee
Stacie is a proud Wurundjeri, Djadjawurrung and Ngurai Illum-Wurrung woman, a Djirri Djirri Dancer, and the current Chairperson of the Victorian NAIDOC Committee. Stacie holds the position of First Nations Curator at TarraWarra Museum of Art in Healesville, and Curator for Museums Victoria, accountable for engaging with the Victorian First Peoples community and develops a program of exhibitions and events to tell their stories.
Stacie has a great love for community, a desire to support and witness the progress of First Peoples, and a drive in protecting and healing Country.
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
Stacie Piper, Wurundjeri, Dja Dja Wurrung, Ngurai-Illam Wurrung, First Nations Curator - Yalingwa, Djirri Djirri Dancer, Chairperson Victorian NAIDOC Committee
Hans P Bokelund, Director Aboriginal Melbourne - City of Melbourne