Award-winning artist, educator, curator, filmmaker and oral historian
Genevieve Grieves is an award-winning artist, educator, curator, filmmaker and oral historian. She is Worimi from New South Wales but has lived and worked on Kulin Country in Melbourne for many years, and is currently based in Larrakia Country in Darwin. Genevieve often teaches at the University of Melbourne in Indigenous Studies and is currently undertaking her PhD in Aboriginal art, frontier violence and memorialisation. She is a passionate supporter of community-engaged creative practice and teaches these methodologies to emerging arts and culture workers. She is also committed to maintaining and sharing south-east Australian cultures working with Banmirra Arts, possum skin cloak makers; the Footscray Community Arts Centre and the Koorie Heritage Trust to support and strengthen cultures from this region.