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55 CANCRI E: Featuring Sophia Konti

Who Am I? Where do I belong? Acrylic and mixed media on canvas. 122 x 91 cm   This blog post was provided by Sophia Konti as part of the We Bleed the Same Masterclass program. The WBTS Masterclasses brought together seven outstanding ANU students to learn about how art can be used as part of a campaign against racism. The Masterclass launched...

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55 CANCRI E: Featuring Chenfei Xiao

Spin : Breathe : Pump Augmented Reality.   This blog post was provided by Chenfei Xiao as part of the We Bleed the Same Masterclass program. The WBTS Masterclasses brought together seven outstanding ANU students to learn about how art can be used as part of a campaign against racism. The Masterclass launched these artworks at the 55 CANCRI E...

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55 CANCRI E: Featuring Shebani Jeyakumar

  I Am Ashwin   This blog post was provided by Shebani Jeyakumar as part of the We Bleed the Same Masterclass program. The WBTS Masterclasses brought together seven outstanding ANU students to learn about how art can be used as part of a campaign against racism. The Masterclass launched these artworks at the 55 CANCRI E Exhibition in Novemeber...

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55 CANCRI E: Featuring Yalen Chen

  Universal Consciousness Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 120cm(H)x180cm(W)x30mm(Depth)   This blog post was provided by Yalen Chen as part of the We Bleed the Same Masterclass program. The WBTS Masterclasses brought together seven outstanding ANU students to learn about how art can be used as part of a campaign against racism. The Masterclass...

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From Dago to Wog: Remembering stinging slurs

  ‘Dago’ is a slur that circulated across the Pacific. It’s a word that was derogatorily and prejudicially applied to people from the Mediterranean region. Put simply, ‘dago’ was a racial slur that insulted a certain group of migrants as alike and unwanted within the operations of popular racial speech in Australia. Its meaning and usage has...

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Engaging a new generation of students in Holocaust education

  22 August 2022 The Holocaust is one of the darkest chapters in human history. Learning about the Holocaust can evoke empathy for minority groups persecuted worldwide, and can also help students better understand pertinent problems in our contemporary society, bigotry among them. Yad Vashem, the main Israeli Holocaust research and education...

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We Bleed the Same: Reflections on an exhibition combating racism through the arts

17 June 2022 Are you a Star Wars fan? Ewan McGregor, lead actor and Executive Producer of the new Obi-Wan Kenobi TV miniseries posted a video message to millions of Star Wars fans on 1 June 2022 in support of his co-star, Moses Ingram, who was being racially vilified online. McGregor started by thanking the fans of the show but said that: …...

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