Gapu Murnuk Art Exhibit at the Australian Embassy

For the Yolngo people, Gapu Murnuk is the coming together of freshwater and saltwater, the muddy and the clean AAFSW cordially invites you to celebrate the fall with a guided tour of an interesting Indigenous art exhibit from the island of Milingimbi in the remote Northern coast of Australia on Monday, October 23 at 11:00 a.m. at the Embassy of Australia. Aboriginal people have inhabited the island of Milingimbi for over 40,000 years, and the island is a central point for cross-cultural contact and research. Art holds a high place in society. Henry Skerritt, curator of the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection at the University of Virginia, said that the “Gapu… Read More

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The Foreign Service Hub,, was developed by AAFSW, thanks to a grant from the Cox Foundation, to gather all Foreign Service resources, from government offices to nonprofits to social media groups, in one convenient place with a robust search function. FS Hub is fully developed and terrific, but it needs new content, features and ideas to stay relevant and useful to the Foreign Service community. We’re looking for volunteers anywhere in the world who are willing to dedicate an average of about two hours a week. The following are the most important volunteer jobs to be filled — does one appeal to you? 1. Working on Search Engine Optimization… Read More

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