Wednesday, July 24, 2024  
photos & photographers
    5 December - 10 June 2024  

Barbara McGrady: Australia Has a Black History
exhibition | Barbara on Blakchat | opening
Bringing Barbara McGrady's photography to life
Photographic philosopher - Living Black
    3 July 2023  

What the Sherriff shot | Sherrif Shots Photography
    28 June - 9 July 2023  

Elders explore the meaning of home | SSH

photos@mutti - exhibit BelindaMason/BridgeHousing 107
    5 May 2023 - April 2024  

My ‘Deadly Sports Heroes’ exhibition has come down
and the new images are being installed at Glebe.
Come check it out all you mob! Barb

15 powerful images ... more than survivers..we are thrivers.
    5 - 29 January 2023 & 24 March - 23 July 2023  

Naabami (thou will/shall see): Barangaroo (army of me)

60 portraits honouring Barangaroo | Brenda L. Croft
                             sneak peak @Barangaroo-fb

&  T h e  N a t i o n a l - ArtGalleryNSW   

Speaking Out
    NAIDOC 2022  

our locals @ Broadway
    26 March 2022 - April 2023  

Celebration of Barb's career, connection to community & deadly eye
kicking off a 6 month program of community events and workshops.

photos | photos | NITV

Aunty Barb McGrady photographs @ Australian Museum
  The mind behind the lens

Barbara McGrady in the 2020 Bienniale

 'Remembering TJ'(would have turned 34) @BarbsMac

Caretakers of culture in the time of coronavirus
    1 - 17 May 2020  
hEAd oN photo festival
Belinda Mason & Dixie Link Gordon - Artist talk 6/5

b r e a k i n g s i l e n t c o d e s . c o m . a u
    4 - 27 July 2019, Cooee Gallery  

Mum Shirl - Black Saint of Redfern | Elaine Syron
    May 2019  
hEAd oN photo festival
Hidden shame: Confronting Deaths in Custody hEAd oN
ISJA's reflection - final analysis and conclusions

silent marches for Deaths in Custody - ongoing
    20 March 2019  

Angeline Penrith: semi-finalist 2019 Moran Prize
    9 - 20 July 2018  
Deadly women of Redfern

exhibition by Barbara McGrady @ NCIE
Aunty Barb on Speaking Outflyer


Barbara McGrady - black perspective through the lens
    June 2018, State Library  

Photographs of the Waterloo area, about to change
    3 November - 9 December 2017  
Barbara McGrady: Always Will Be
curated by Sandy Edwards

retrospective photography exhibition

Looking through the lens with an Aboriginal perspective [NITV]
Gary Foley was LIVE


online educational resource from NITV
    3 - 26 August 2017 Verge Gallery  
Down the barrel: Indigenous resistance
The Photography of Elaine Syron  

A Day of conversations

photos by Barbara McGrady | watch on YouTube
    September 2016  

The land rights photography of Elaine Syron [ALC]

Elaine Syron - biography and photography collections
    1 - 31 July 2016  

Elaine at 'Talk the Change/Change the Talk'
    22 June - 8 June 2014  
hEAd oN photo festival

Redfern107 22/05/2014 - 8/06/2014

I would buy ... 10 years on
Rebecca Hickey
Marilyn Hickey
Kathy Hickey
Cynthia Hickey
Bianca Hickey
Greg Walford
Victor Walford
Kirsty Hickey
Elizabeth Warning

    29 July 2014  
Eveleigh Street collection: Elaine Pelot Syron
Keeping Place
includes many boxes of Elaine's Redfern photos

Redfern in the '90s, photographs by Brenda Croft

Watch Daniel Browning with Brenda, Suzanne Ingram,
Bonny Briggs, Jody Chester, Mary Mumbulla, Tim Bishop
Desperate measures NITV
Desperate measures: Barbara McGrady [NITV]

Sydney Elders at the Australian Museum
exhibition of photographs by Mervyn Bishop
    8 January 2012  

promo for Family and culture day @ Black Capital
    2005 I spy  
All Albums » I spy

Concert for TJ, 18 February 2004 - Juno Gemes
    21 December 1996 - 4 May 1997  

Elaine's photo of Vernon Chilly who grew up in Mum Shirl's home in Redfern

Guwanyi: stories of the Redfern Aboriginal community was exhibited at the Museum of Sydney. The exhibition was curated by Brad Webb, with assistance from Paul Jones, Shane Phillips and Cathy Craigie, using the work of four photographers: two Aboriginal – Brenda L Croft and Michael Riley, and two non-Aboriginal – Roger Parton and Elaine Kitchener (now Elaine Pelot Syron). A booklet of the same name as the exhibition was published and contains essays and interviews with people from Redfern.

Guwanyi ['to tell'] is also in our oral history section

The big deal is black
♠️ - Brenda Croft @ ACP

Bonny Briggs & Matthew Cook, Aboriginal Community Health Services, Pitt St, Redfern
'Conference call' Biennale exhibition by Brenda Croft
    Michael Riley 1960 - 2004  

Guwanyi: stories of the Redfern Aboriginal community

'They are really just snapshots. I didn’t go out to try and compose these
 photos – they are just snapshots of people in a certain time and place.
Blackfellas love it when they have their photographs taken by people that they know.
They pose up real big when you pull the camera out – especially family.' 1980s

Sights unseen Pt 1 - Grant Leigh Saunders' film

We are brothers [Mark Tedeschi]

Eveleigh St
Portraits 1981-1984 / photographed by Penny Tweedie

Isobel Coe at Murawina

Richard Pacey (with Auntie Phyllis Hickey?)
slow to load
    1978 - 2003  

Proof: Portraits from the movement 1978–2003 | Juno Gemes

24.5.1967 Five-year-old Victor Hookey (left) and
six-year-old Mark Anthony were snapped in Edward
Lane, near The Settlement by George Lipman for SMH.

The Redfern All Blacks in 1946 | SLNSW Ronald Briggs
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