Reflecting on 2016

It has been a big year. Quite a few things ticked off the list and some nice surprises. Thank you to everyone, too many to mention individually, for making this possible. Some of the highlights were: The exhibition Burambabirra Yindyamarra at Wagga Wagga City Gallery was a great success and many thanks to all concerned, including the Elders, who have been so generous in sharing their culture and their friendship, to Nives for her skills and support, my family, the team at theRead more

Yindyamarra Yambuwan wins NSW Premier’s Multicultural Media Award

Very pleased to announce that last night the film Yindyamarra Yambuwan, a collaboration with the Wiradjuri community, won a NSW Premier’s Multicultural Media Award for Best Creative and Innovative Design. Much thanks to all those who have supported this project formally and informally particularly Dr Uncle Stan Grant, Aunty Flo Grant, Aunty Sandy Warren, Aunty Lorraine Tye, Ray Woods and Letetia Harris. And everyone else from the Wiradjuri community who has shared their culture for the purpose of making this workRead more

Online release of Wiradjuri Animation

We’ve decided to release a sample of the Wiradjuri Words and Phrases vol 1 animations. This is a complete sequence set in a kitchen and focuses on words for everyday objects that would be found in a modern kitchen. It is a good sample of what the other animations on the dvd are like. It features the voices of Dr Uncle Stan Grant and Betty Grant and the animation of Tim Amaro.Read more

Where to see Yindyamarra Yambuwan

This is advance notice that Yindyamarra Yambuwan will have a central place in a major exhibition Burumbabirra Yindyamarra from September 17 2016 at Wagga Wagga City Gallery. It will be shown with  Wiradjuri Language learning resources, such as animations and books, and Elder interviews on subjects such as Wiradjuri Identity, Yindyamarra and the Importance of Language. More information coming soon. Mambuwarra ngaa-mi-nya-gu Looking to see Wudhagarbinya wudha-dhuray-gu Listening to hear Winhangarra gulbali-gu  Learning to understandRead more

Video for IAHA

In Cairns this week videoing for Indigenous Allied Health Australia. Fantastic dynamic Indigenous run organisation supporting Indigenous health students and workers. The promotional videos for IAHA should come up quite nice thanks to all the great people we are interviewing.Read more