The Kimberley Voice Habitat Library Hawthorn

Listening to Indigenous Voices – 13 Feb 2018

Listening to Indigenous Voices Tuesday 13 February, 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm in the Habitat Library, Minona St Auburn Dear Friends, We wish you all a happy and fruitful New Year. Our next Listening to Indigenous Voices will take place in the Library on Tuesday of February (13th) from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm. Note…

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The Kimberley Voice St Kilda Uniting Church

Melbourne Book Launch 19 Nov 2017

Book Launch in Melbourne with Eddie Bear The book Return to Majaddin will be launched in St Kilda, Melbourne next Sunday 19 November 12md following the St Kilda Uniting Church service. Robert Hoskin and Eddie Bear will launch their book Return to Majaddin – a Kimberley homecoming. This will be followed by refreshments. The Book…

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The Kimberley Voice Habitat Library Hawthorn

Invitation to Conversation with Janet Turpie-Johnson 12 Dec 2017

Listening to Indigenous Voices Tuesday 12 December, 6 pm to 8 pm in the Habitat Library, Minona St Auburn We are fortunate that Janet Turpie-Johnson, a local Indigenous Elder who is currently undertaking doctoral studies at ANU will be our guest.  Her thesis will be entitled- Bunjil: Patterns the mess of the past and the future…

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The Kimberley Voice Book Return to Majaddin Front Back 320

Book Launch Invitation

BOOK LAUNCH Kimberley and Broome The book Return to Majaddin: A Kimberley Homecoming will be launched in the Mowanjum Arts Centre (off the Gibb River Road) on Friday 29th September 2017 at 1 pm with refreshments to follow. All are welcome. For those in Broome, Robert will be present to sign copies at Kimberley Book…

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Collaboration and Involvement

The Kimberley Voice Collaboration with the Boab Network

The Boab Network

Many of our recent journeys to Majaddin have been a collaborative endeavour with the Boab Network: established in 2008 under the auspice of the Floreat Uniting Church congregation. It is a community of people assisting and supporting the Mowanjum community.

The Voice of Kimberley Research Work of Robert on the Aboriginal Cause

Research and Articles

Robert completed a doctoral dissertation Beyond Collaboration: transcultural journeys in Kimberley, which explores collaborative relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people as traditional owners engage their lands. Read the thesis and other Rob’s articles.

The Kimberley Voice Collaboration Aboriginal Art and Culture

Aboriginal Art and Culture

This work is set within the history and context of the MOWANJUM ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY, situated the Gibb River Road near Derby in the Kimberley WA. The community hosts a magnificent Arts Centre which offers information on Aboriginal culture and a variety of artworks.


Join us as we listen to Aboriginal voices and share with wider Australia

Robert’s work in the Kimberley has focused on listening to Indigenous voices, and as part of the Boab Network, responding to a variety of concerns from Aboriginal health issues, governmental policies, Aboriginal rights and Native Title. He and others are intent on raising local awareness through groups in Melbourne under the title Listening to Indigenous voices.

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