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This paper discusses the background and significance of the Milpirri festival, held in Lajamanu every second year. The festival uses public sequences of song and dance from Warlpiri ceremonies, to educate everyone about Warlpiri traditional law. Children are also encouraged to create their own hip...

Author(s)
Patrick, W. S. J.
Publisher
UTSePress, Sydney, Australia
Citation
Cultural Studies Review, 2015, 21, 1, pp 121-131
Abstract

Tangentyere Artists is an Aboriginal owned and directed art centre that represents urban and regional artists from eighteen Alice Springs town camp communities and beyond. In this article, artists from Tangentyere discuss their work.

Author(s)
O'Connor, S.; Boko, M.; Daniels, L.; Mulda, S. M.
Publisher
UTSePress, Sydney, Australia
Citation
Cultural Studies Review, 2015, 21, 1, pp 206-218
Abstract

Yarrenty Arltere Art Centre is located in Larrapinta Valley, one of the oldest urban Aboriginal settlements on Arrernte county and one of the first of the eighteen housing associations or 'town camps' to be formally recognised within the history of Mbuntua/Alice Springs. Here, the coordinator of...

Author(s)
Rubuntja, M.; Sharpe, D.; Wallace, S.; Sheedy, L.
Publisher
UTSePress, Sydney, Australia
Citation
Cultural Studies Review, 2015, 21, 1, pp 219-229