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Djirirra Wunungmurra Wins People’s Choice Award

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Arnhem Land artist Djirirra Wunungmurra has been voted the People's Choice Award winner as part of this year's 29th Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award.

The 44-year-old artist received 118 votes of the 1544 votes cast for her bark painting Yukuwa, which is one of the artist's personal names and is also a yam...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 11:41

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Fashion show a success for young and old

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Cairns far north Queensland, recently Dawul Wuru Indigenous Corporation held an "Indigenous Fashion Show" at Rydges Tradewinds on the Esplanade.

The event show cased the talents of 3 local Indigenous Designs, Kevin Edmonstone, Teho Ropeyarn who are artists in their own right and Sarah Lankester with her flair for mainstream fashion. The...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 11:32

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