Jawun Secondment: Week 2 Round-up

19 05 2013

Geokult

The past week has been a week of learning and sharing. I am not sure where to start with this post as so much has happened. Although I only spent two days in the office, I think I am starting to make some progress with my projects, as I have produced some draft documents for comment, a social media strategy and a scoping paper for my project brief.

On Tuesday we were invited to go to Cumeragunja to participate in the weekly ladies craft get together. We met quite a few women from the community and made some cards and pages for photo albums. Cumeragunja (might be a familiar name for people who have seen the Sapphires) is nestled close to the river Murray, just over the border in NSW. It is a place with a very interesting history as the people walked off Cumeragunja in 1939. Although it is not formally recognised…

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