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Boorongurup a place of totemic spirits

ArtStunning art exhibition highlights Indigenous significance of a Western Australian natural icon

Critically acclaimed West Australian Noongar artist, Tjyllyungoo (Lance Chadd), saw his latest culturally inspired art collection make its world's first showing in Perth recently.

Titled Boorongurup, the works capture the Indigenous significance of one of the oldest hill ranges in the world, the Porongurups, in WA's...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 07:28

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NAISDA’s new show a work that gets under your Skin my Skin

 

Artsyour Skin my Skin is the newest work from acclaimed choreographer, Frances Rings, and it marks her return to NAISDA and her first NAISDA end-of-year production. “So it’s pretty exciting to come back to the place where I did my training and be able to contribute in some significant way,” Ms Rings said. “It’s not often that this opportunity arises, and this year it was lucky that it made itself available...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 07:03

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