A series of Wiradjuri Elder video interviews

A series of Wiradjuri Elder video interviews are now being shot and edited. They are jointly for Bernard’s PhD and for the Graduate Certificate Course in Wiradjuri Language and Culture at Charles Sturt University. The interviews explore what it means to be Wiradjuri, including ideas about¬†Country, family, Wiradjuri language, and attitudes to life.Read more

Lots of things happening

Lots of things are happening under the bonnet which will be revealed in time. Since the last post we have had one trip to Menindee with Aunty Joyce Hampton, senior Ngyampaa elder, working on the¬†book of her life story. We head off on another adventure to Lake Cargelligo shortly. The nature of this project is quite personal but Aunty Joyce did say we can post a couple of photos here. The crew at Trida. Toni Lee, Aunty Joyce’s Granddaughter, DebRead more

Wagga Airport Weaving Welcome

Last year we were privileged to be invited to be part of the Wagga Wagga weaving welcome 2013, airport art project which has resulted in impressive stained sand blasted glass created from the weavings of local Indigenous artists by Wiradjuri elders, Aunty Sandy Warren and Aunty Lorraine Tye, and Ngiyampaa elder Aunty Joyce Hampton, together with Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones. Sharing and Learning was responsible for taking photos of the artists’ weavings that were used on the glass, creating portfoliosRead more