Bukjeh at the Immigration Museum

January 20-21 2019

What was your life like before this happened?
What is it like to have no home?

Bukjeh is an installation and a series of short performances created with people who have been forced to leave their homes, in response to children’s questions about refugees.

Installed in a disaster relief tent in the Immigration Museum courtyard, Bukjeh brings together the imaginary and the real to create an intimate space. People of all ages and backgrounds are invited to share their own questions, listen, and connect.

Led by Palestinian artist Aseel Tayah in collaboration with diaspora artists from Australia and around the world.

FREE ENTRY
10am-5pm, 19-21 January 2019
Immigration Museum
400 Flinders Street
Melbourne Victoria, 3000

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.