Initially meant to be a response to the 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook’s mapping of the east coast of Australia, Unsettled presents instead the truth of Australian history from the perspectives of First Peoples. The free exhibition, to open on 22 May 2021, tells what happened to First Nations from when colonists arrived in January 1788: the seizure of lands, frontier wars, children stolen from their families. Unsettled runs until 10 October 2021. Read more in Ali Gripper’s story in The Sydney Morning Herald on 14 May 2021:

A sketch of two Aboriginal men with spears as Cook and his party prepare to land at Botany Bay, 29 April 1770 (Wikimedia)