Open State: Sites of Indigenous Significance

Join Jefa Greenaway on a guided tour of just some of the many sites of Indigenous significance found across Kulin Melbourne. Learn about sites of intangible cultural heritage, contemporary Indigenous architecture and design, commemorative markers, local Aboriginal organisations and important historic and political sites. Jefa Greenaway is founding director of Indigenous Architecture and Design Victoria and Greenaway Architects and is also an academic at the University of Melbourne, and has led contemporary architectural projects, including: Ngarara Place, RMIT; The Koorie Heritage Trust, and The Lowitja Institute.


Open State is presented by Open House Melbourne as part of Melbourne Design Week—an initiative of the Victorian Government in collaboration with the NGV. Find out more about Melbourne Design Week here.

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L1, Yarra Building, Federation Square VIC 3000

Time & Date

Wednesday 21 March


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