Friday 20th October // Macq 01 Hotel
Dr Greg Lehman, is a descendant of the Trawulwuy people of North East Tasmania and has worked in a range of Indigenous research roles over thirty years, investigating deaths in custody, return of land, management of World Heritage associative values, reconciliation, education, history and identity. Greg undertook a Master of Studies (MSt) at Balliol College, University of Oxford, after being awarded a Roberta Sykes Scholarship in July 2012. Greg was involved in the founding of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Land Council (1989) and the Riawunna Centre for Aboriginal Education at the University of Tasmania (1993). Greg recently curated the development of the Gallery of First Tasmanians at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, and is currently working on a major exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia. Greg is also an Indigenous advisor to the Museum of Old and New Art.