About

Nathan “Mudyi” Sentance (me) is a Wiradjuri man from the Mowgee clan who grew up on Darkinjung Country, NSW. I am is a descendant of Diana Mudgee. I work to ensure that the cultural and historical narratives conveyed by cultural and memory institutions, such galleries, libraries, archives and museums (GLAM) have First Nations perspectives and that First Nations stories being told are being told and controlled by First Nations people. This is to balance the biases and misinterpretations of Aboriginal culture and people that has been previously set by GLAM institutions.

I was a participant in the 2017 NGA Indigenous Arts Leadership program and was previously the convener of the Australian Society of Archivists, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Special Interest Group. I am currently a member of the Indigenous Archive Collective.

Due to workload, I will not be doing any freelance in 2023

Wiradjuri Family History

Me < Roger Sentance < Ada Vitnell < Charles Vitnell < Jane Rayner < Diana Mudgee

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Roger Sentance (Dad) when he was younger 42232698_10156465778715944_5032210037360033792_n Dad when he was a bit older at the 2002 launch of the new (now old)Eleanor Duncan/ Yerin Aboriginal Medical Service building FB_IMG_1612866455140

Ada Sentance nee Vitnell (my nan) FB_IMG_1588474261796 Nan and Dad at his first wedding Screenshot (22) (1)

Charles Vitnell in the back (great grand dad)

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Jane Rayner (Great, great nan)

Sadly, I have not be able to find a photo of Diana Mudgee

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed on this blog are solely my own and do not represent the views or opinions of my employer