Ti Tree book launch: Mer Angenty-warn alhem

The Ti Tree community turned out in force on Wednesday 18 May 2016, to celebrate the launch of a new book – Mer Angenty-warn Alhem ‘Travelling to Angenty waterhole’. This book was a team project led by Anmatyerr teacher April Pengart Campbell and elder Clarrie Kemarr Long. The book focuses on one family trip to the… Read more »

Gurr-goni dictionary launch

We are pleased and proud to announce the launch of the Gurr-goni Dictionary on 14 April at Maningrida College in Maningrida. For more information about the Gurr-goni Dictionary, click here.   Artwork by Joe Injamul, Gurrgoni people, Sacred Dilly Bag, natural pigments on eucalyptus bark, 91.8 x 58 cm, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Purchased 1982,… Read more »

Maningrida Book Launch – Gun-ngaypa Rrawa ‘My Country’

  We were very proud to launch our new book Gun-ngaypa Rrawa ‘My Country’ at Maningrida on 25 March. The book was presented to elder Robert Bibora in a ceremonial performance by men and women from the An-nguliny and related clan groups. Robert Bibora is the senior member of the Gopamolija clan group, and is… Read more »

Kwertele ileme

  On Tuesday 10 March, women from the Akeyulerre Healing Centre in Alice Springs performed kwertele ileme at the Arrernte Language Office at Batchelor Institute’s Desert Peoples Centre campus. Kwertele ileme means ‘to smoke someone, to put someone in smoke’. This ceremony is performed on a number of different occasions, including with a new baby.… Read more »

Gun-ngaypa Rrawa Book Launch Invitation

  Gun-ngaypa Rrawa means ‘My Country’ in the Gun-nartpa language of North-central Arnhem Land, Australia. In this book, An-nguliny clan leader and celebrated artist England Banggala tells of Yirrichinga Ancestral Spirits who created the country around Gochan Jiny-jirra on the Cadell River, and the Jowunga spirits associated with his mother’s clan around the Barlparnarra swamp and… Read more »