Tennant Creek and the Barkly region has received a boost with the opening of a new Indigenous Language Centre that will engage local Aboriginal communities and support the preservation and maintenance of Indigenous languages across the region.
Martu Artist Ngalangka Nola Taylor is one one of the many artists and senior custodians who have been involved in designing and curating Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters; an exhibition at the national Museum of Australia which outlines the country’s creation as it follows the passage of the Seven Sisters.
In October, students and leaders from Mount Saint Bernard College in Far North Queensland visited Japan, taking in its sites, culture and rekindling their friendship with students at the University of Agriculture-Tokyo.
The remote desert community of Irrunytju (also known as Wingellina) recently hosted the nineteenth Remote Indigenous Media Festival. The Festival gave attendees the chance to Lutjurringkulala nintiringama ngapartji ngapartji, (come together to learn and share with fellow attendees).