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Yirrkala drawings

PRG1218 34_3319from the Berndt Museum of Anthropology, University of Western Australia

In 1947, senior ceremonial leaders at Yirrkala in north-east Arnhem Land produced hundreds of vibrant crayon drawings on paper for the anthropologists Ronald and Catherine Berndt, which are now held at the Berndt Museum of Anthropology at the University of Western Australia.

This exhibition presents 81...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:22

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A warrior fighting ignorance

IMG 1538A recent exhibition showing how Aboriginal people in the Sydney area lived has brought out the Gundungurra warrior in retired engineer, Adrian Shafer.

Mr Shafer, an Indigenous cultural researcher from Penrith in western Sydney was tired of people always seeing Aboriginal people in clichés.

"The exhibition came about because everyone kept going on about Aboriginals always walking around in the scrub with a...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:20

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