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Breakfast with Papers: John Carty, Trish Hansen, Michael Owen-Brown


Start your day the right way, with a stimulating discussion of the latest news headlines and hot button topics from The Advertiser and Sunday Mail. Today, hear from John Carty, Trish Hansen and Michael Owen-Brown
John Carty is the Head of Humanities at the South Australian Museum, and Professor of Museum and Curatorial Studies at the University of Adelaide. He is a Commissioner on the Australian National Commission for UNESCO. He has worked extensively with Aboriginal artists and custodians throughout Australia on books, exhibitions and community development programs. His core research has involved working with Aboriginal artists to bridge the divide between anthropology and art history. In recent years, John’s work – through research with the British Museum – has grown to focus on the cultural and cross-cultural history encompassed in objects in museum collections. John’s pursuits through the South Australian Museum explore new methodologies and models for bringing Aboriginal voices and values further into mainstream narratives of Australian history, Australian art history, and contemporary Australian culture.
Trish Hansen is a strategist and systems designer in the fields of health, wellbeing, arts and culture and works to enrich the creative and cultural life of people, places, neighbourhoods and cities and Founding Principal of Urban Mind Studio. She is currently the Chair of Brink Productions, a Good Design Australia Ambassador, Fellow of the Centre for Conscious Design, Board Director of the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival, and Chief Executive Officer of Kindred Australia.
Michael Owen-Brown has recently been appointed The Advertiser’s Head of Audience Growth and Engagement. During his decade as digital editor, The Advertiser won multiple national and international awards for digital innovation, including being named the Asia-Pacific’s news website of the year three times in a row from 2013-15. He has been a journalist with News Corp for more than 25 years.

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