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Over the three and a half weeks in Perth, we asked Yiwarra Kuju visitors to convey what they thought of the exhibition in 5 words or less. Here is the final wordcloud showing the great amount of comments we received.
Yiwarra Kuju opened officially at the Australian Museum in its brand new temporary exhibition space on the 17th December 2011, with a small VIP opening on the 15th. Canning Stock Route Project translator and cultural advisor Putuparri Tom Lawford, filmmaker Curtis Taylor and co-curators Monique La Fontaine and John Carty travelled to Sydney for the opening and spent a few days guiding staff and guests through the exhibition.
Over the last few weeks we have had a few more pieces of international media around the Canning Stock Route Project and Yiwarra Kuju drawn to our attention.
Although Yiwarra Kuju was only open to the public in Perth for three and half short weeks it attracted 33,000 visitors – that is more that the average attendance to a West Coast Eagles game! Absolutely amazing WA!
Yiwarra Kuju has now opened in Sydney where it will be on display at the Australian Museum until the 22 April 2012. For more information visit the Australian Museum website…
It is our last day of Yiwarra Kuju in Perth and the exhibition is jam packed with eager visitors. We are about the hit the 30,000 visitors mark. It is so wonderful to see how enthusiastically the Perth public have responded to the exhibtion. Come to the Perth Convention and Exhibtion Centre before 5pm today if you don’t want to miss out!
It is reaching the final days of Yiwarra Kuju’s time in Perth. Today we have hit an amazing 26,000 attendees. It is your last chance to come and experience this wonderful Western Australian story in its home state before it closes this Sunday.
In the last three weeks we have had nearly 40 school groups from across Western Australia visit Yiwarra Kuju: the Canning Stock Route and enjoy the rich stories from this Country.
Tha Canning Stock Route Project has reached the Chinese community through recent coverage in the Epoch Times.
Over the last few weeks, we’ve had an overwhelming amount of visitors to the Canning Stock Route exhibition.
I live in the UK but my daughter has her home in Mindarie and she has just sent me a link to your Canning Stock Route Project website. May I say how fascinating and thought-provoking I found it to be. Beautifully designed and written, the website, and especially its black and white pictures, has a remarkable impact.