The next generation of Vietnamese within Australia is the cultural mediators within the Vietnamese – Australian community, and they are the beacons of the future.
This exhibition presents a range of work, which examines the contested meanings of being Vietnamese in Australia and in particular in Western Sydney.
This exhibition identifies the need to understand the ways in which Asians in Australia construct their ethnic and cultural identities, in charting the changes in Australian social and cultural life in the contemporary moment.
Location: Liverpool Regional Museum, Cnr Hume Hwy & Congressional Drive, Liverpool
The Museum and Collingwood House are located about one kilometre south of Liverpool City Centre,on the Hume Highway near Congressional Drive – about 20 minutes walk from Liverpool Railway station. Ample free parking is provided. Open Tuesday – Sat – 10 – 4 pm
Further info contact Ricardo Peach, Curator, Liverpool Regional Museum on 9602 0315