National Reconciliation Week 2022 Events

National Reconciliation Week is all about your events!

This year workplaces, schools, early learning services, community groups, reconciliation groups, and people right across the country hosted a whole range of activities.

Search below to see what happened across the country during National Reconciliation Week 2022.

You can still add your own event to this calendar.

Please note: the events posted below are not the responsibility of Reconciliation Australia. If you have any questions regarding an event, please contact the organisers.


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Lady Lash + My Survival As An Aboriginal & filmmaker In Conversation

May 29 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm AEST

Join us for a screening of Lady Lash (30 mins) and My Survival As An Aboriginal (49 mins), with an in-conversation with Lady Lash (aka Crystal Clyne Mastosavvas) and Aunty Sue – who also appears in the film – moderated by SBS/NITV broadcaster, Kerri-Lee Harding. Celebrating films by and about Indigenous women, produced across a spectrum of almost forty years.

Lady Lash (2020, dir. Rochelle Humphrey)
Lady Lash is the alter ego of Crystal Clyne Mastosavvas, a Kokatha woman with Greek ancestry who has carved out a successful career in the male-dominated Melbourne hip hop scene. Lady Lash follows Crystal as she returns to Country seeking self growth and connection after living in Melbourne for decades.

My Survival as an Aboriginal (1979, dir. Essie Coffey)
The first documentary directed by an Indigenous woman, Essie Coffey’s work endures as a landmark of Australian and film history.


May 29
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm AEST
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ACMI Cinema 2, ACMI Cinemas
Federation Square
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia


ACMI – Australian Centre for the Moving Image
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