Directed by Catriona McKenzie (Kunai Gurnai), Kiki and Kitty explores the adventure of Kiki, a smart but introverted Aboriginal woman. After a night out, Kiki wakes up to find that her vagina has comes to life as a woman named Kitty. The two embark on assorted journeys to push Kiki out of her shell to explore race, work-place relationships, gender and sexuality. Join us for a great film followed by a brief discussion. Refreshments will be served.
This program features explicit content suited for mature audiences only (anyone under 18 must have parental permission to attend).
The Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia is the only museum in the United States dedicated to the exhibition and study of Australian Aboriginal Art. Working with living artists, international scholars and arts professionals, we provide a wide range of learning experiences to the University community and the public... more