La Trobe University partners with Delphi Bank to present new exhibition


La Trobe University is joining forces with Delphi Bank to bring you their new exhibition showcasing and honouring the Greek-Australian migrant story, ‘Finding Home’. 

The exhibition will take place at the Delphi Bank in Oakleigh, Victoria from 18 July – 7 October and will feature a unique collection of items from the University’s Greek archives, Dardalis Archives of the Hellenic Diaspora. 

Finding Home portrays the long journey of thousands of people forced to leave their homeland in hope of finding a new home in Australia. 

Visitors to the exhibition can see photographs, costumes, records and newspapers depicting Greek culture, heritage and history.

With more than just items, the display will be a celebration of the hardships and accomplishments of the Greek community in Australia.




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