Baragal Ngurra darami – Budbury and a paddock long ago
Visit the Camden Museum and Historical Society to view the exhibiton by Venessa Possum titled "Baragal Ngurra darami – Budbury and a paddock long ago". While in Camden visit the museum, gallery and a plethora of beautiful historic buildings.
In conjunction with the 2019 National Trust Australian Heritage Festival theme “Connecting People, Places and the Past”, Venessa Possum is featured as artist of the month at the Camden Museum and library multipurpose room.
Venessa’s exhibition titled “Baragal Ngurra darami – Budbury and a paddock long ago” features a collection of handmade papers using recycled materials and indigenous plant material from the region. The papers also include a collection of significant graphic archives of art, maps and Aboriginal symbolisms reproduced as drawings. The archives Venessa has selected present a view of people, places & connections in the early colonial period when her Aboriginal ancestors lived and worked on the Macarthur estate.
The exhibition is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm and Saturday 10am – 12pm in the multipurpose room adjacent to the library. (The Camden Museum open times are: Thursday – Sunday 11.00am – 4.00pm).