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Taika Waititi recommended this book on Twitter a while ago, so I decided to pick it up. It's a really interesting look at how colonial histories are deliberately written to erase the histories and accomplishments of Indigenous peoples (he's writing specifically about Australia), and it's a roadmap for a better and more sustainable future. Highly recommend this one.
Taika Waititi recommended this book on Twitter a while ago, so I decided to pick it up. It's a really interesting look at how colonial histories are deliberately written to erase the histories and accomplishments of Indigenous peoples (he's writing specifically about Australia), and it's a roadmap for a better and more sustainable future. Highly recommend this one.
If you haven’t read @bitheega’s “Dark Emu” put it on your reading list right now.
If you haven’t read @bitheega’s “Dark Emu” put it on your reading list right now.
📖🖤👍 Book 120_2018 - Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe - In this book, Pascoe offers an alternative view of pre-colonial Aboriginal society. One in which people were building dams, irrigating and building wells, planting and harvesting seed. They preserved and stored surplus and built houses and sheds. They had homes and elaborate cemeteries and they manipulated the landscape. It is a book that aims to support the move towards a better understanding and adoption of more relevant, sustainable approaches to managing the harsh Australian environment. This book is written in a straightforward manner and I found it engaging and enlightening. If you want to understand more clearly how Aboriginal pre-colonial life has been whitewashed, why, and what we can do about it, I highly recommend this book. (I also highly recommend a Sunday ritual of couch, book and doggo). With thanks to @_centauri33 for lending me the book (and doggo). #whatimreading #bookblogger #booklover #samreads66 #darkemu #brucepascoe #readnonfiction
📖🖤👍 Book 120_2018 - Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe - In this book, Pascoe offers an alternative view of pre-colonial Aboriginal society. One in which people were building dams, irrigating and building wells, planting and harvesting seed. They preserved and stored surplus and built houses and sheds. They had homes and elaborate cemeteries and they manipulated the landscape. It is a book that aims to support the move towards a better understanding and adoption of more relevant, sustainable approaches to managing the harsh Australian environment. This book is written in a straightforward manner and I found it engaging and enlightening. If you want to understand more clearly how Aboriginal pre-colonial life has been whitewashed, why, and what we can do about it, I highly recommend this book. (I also highly recommend a Sunday ritual of couch, book and doggo). With thanks to @_centauri33 for lending me the book (and doggo). #whatimreading  #bookblogger  #booklover  #samreads66  #darkemu  #brucepascoe  #readnonfiction 
7 weeks in and our Gubinge case study tree has plenty of fruit developing. Tough and unique growing conditions of #australiasnorthwest produce the planets most amazing Superfood. Join us on our journey to the 2018/19 harvest time.
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#gubinge #kakaduplum #bushfood #superfood #casestudy #gardeningaustralia #darkemu #thekimberleyaustralia #visitbroome #singleorigin #provenance #ourstory #aboriginal #culturalfoodknowledge
7 weeks in and our Gubinge case study tree has plenty of fruit developing. Tough and unique growing conditions of #australiasnorthwest  produce the planets most amazing Superfood. Join us on our journey to the 2018/19 harvest time. . . . . 📷 @kimberleywildgubinge copyright @kimberleywildgubinge . #gubinge  #kakaduplum  #bushfood  #superfood  #casestudy  #gardeningaustralia  #darkemu  #thekimberleyaustralia  #visitbroome  #singleorigin  #provenance  #ourstory  #aboriginal  #culturalfoodknowledge 
Another day, another day trip. Really looking forward to dipping back into this excellent book, which is fascinating and shameful in equal parts. If you have any interest in food, gardening, agriculture, conservation, ecology and Australian history, you should read it.

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Another day, another day trip. Really looking forward to dipping back into this excellent book, which is fascinating and shameful in equal parts. If you have any interest in food, gardening, agriculture, conservation, ecology and Australian history, you should read it. #darkemu  #alwayswasalwayswillbe  #aboriginalland 
If the stars came out only once a year, people would stay up all night to watch them. 🙏
If the stars came out only once a year, people would stay up all night to watch them. 🙏
One of my all time favourite books. I first read this book in the early 90’s. It is about the Australian Aboriginal people and the many aspects of their enlightening culture. Every year I read this book and depending on what is happening in my life the answer comes loud and clear in one of the pages. Many years ago when I learnt the art of manifesting I found manifesting in the pages of this book. Another year I questioned the guideline of how much water we should drink a day, the answer was there, another time I wondered about energy healings and there it was. It is the book that keeps giving. This year I’m interested in the power of emotion and meditation on health and there on page 94 is the full explanation. 
This was a controversial book in its time and even I at times doubted the validity. But one day I was given a gift to stop my doubting. I met an amazing Aboriginal elder. We spoke for several hours and without him ever reading this book he told me things about his culture that were written in the book.  Many thanks to the author who I have since spoken with for experiencing walkabout and writing about your adventure. I am blessed and grateful that the right book, person, idea, thought, experience, joy, workshop and love have entered my life to lead me to this point in my life. Gratitude is one of the lessons of this book. All too often we see what we don’t have as opposed to what we do have. Thank you to all the people who read my information and acted on it in order to not only change your own life but that of your families and creating a ripple across the community. Information and knowledge is nothing unless you act on it.  I am inspired by people who act on knowledge, congratulations you are my heroes. Let me know if you have read this book and what you learnt and how you acted on the knowledge. #gratitude #mutantmessagesdownunder #emotionalhealing #darkemu #marlomorgan #drjoedispenza ##meditation @functionalnutritionacademy @changinghabits_hq @changinghabitsfarm
One of my all time favourite books. I first read this book in the early 90’s. It is about the Australian Aboriginal people and the many aspects of their enlightening culture. Every year I read this book and depending on what is happening in my life the answer comes loud and clear in one of the pages. Many years ago when I learnt the art of manifesting I found manifesting in the pages of this book. Another year I questioned the guideline of how much water we should drink a day, the answer was there, another time I wondered about energy healings and there it was. It is the book that keeps giving. This year I’m interested in the power of emotion and meditation on health and there on page 94 is the full explanation. This was a controversial book in its time and even I at times doubted the validity. But one day I was given a gift to stop my doubting. I met an amazing Aboriginal elder. We spoke for several hours and without him ever reading this book he told me things about his culture that were written in the book. Many thanks to the author who I have since spoken with for experiencing walkabout and writing about your adventure. I am blessed and grateful that the right book, person, idea, thought, experience, joy, workshop and love have entered my life to lead me to this point in my life. Gratitude is one of the lessons of this book. All too often we see what we don’t have as opposed to what we do have. Thank you to all the people who read my information and acted on it in order to not only change your own life but that of your families and creating a ripple across the community. Information and knowledge is nothing unless you act on it. I am inspired by people who act on knowledge, congratulations you are my heroes. Let me know if you have read this book and what you learnt and how you acted on the knowledge. #gratitude  #mutantmessagesdownunder  #emotionalhealing  #darkemu  #marlomorgan  #drjoedispenza  ##meditation  @functionalnutritionacademy @changinghabits_hq @changinghabitsfarm
Lucky fella that I am, I got to hang a graphic at the Immigration Museum today of this great man. If you’ve not read his great book #darkemu do yourself a favour. #growgathershare #immigrationmuseum
Dark Emu- Reconsidering the ‘hunter-gatherer’ label of pre colonial Aboriginal Australians. Bruce Pascoe’s work has resonated with me since I first read Convincing Ground. It’s not light reading, but it is important reading. Thanks Bruce Pascoe for researching, writing about, and discussing Australian history. #darkemu @bitheega #therealaustralianhistory #truehistory
Dark Emu- Reconsidering the ‘hunter-gatherer’ label of pre colonial Aboriginal Australians. Bruce Pascoe’s work has resonated with me since I first read Convincing Ground. It’s not light reading, but it is important reading. Thanks Bruce Pascoe for researching, writing about, and discussing Australian history. #darkemu  @bitheega #therealaustralianhistory  #truehistory 
💙🕊COMMUNION 🕊💙 ....and so it is....
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Up Next: Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe. Looking forward to this 🙏 "Pascoe puts forward a compelling argument for a reconsideration of the hunter-gatherer label for pre-colonial Aboriginal Australians"

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Natalie’s 60th book of 2018 in preparation for #firstmondaybookclub #darkemu #brucepascoe @magabalabooks
‘Essential reading for understanding what Australia once was...” ✨
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Aboriginal people were sophisticated, intelligent and connected with Mother Earth. My ancestors cultivated systems to survive & thrive 👣✨
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I truly believe that with Indigenous knowledge we ALL can thrive and know how to protect and live well in and on our Country 🌿🌏
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Check out Uncle Bruce Pascoes book, I got mine from @yarnstrongsista ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Are you interested in learning more about Indigenous culture? If so, I’ll be working on bringing regular learnings & insights through my future work.
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There is a lot of ‘coming soon’ with me 🙈 we all evolve and our direction ebbs & flows. I’m confident that by 2019 I will be bringing photography & wellness into a space & platform I can share with the world ✨ #LiveOnPurpose
‘Essential reading for understanding what Australia once was...” ✨ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Aboriginal people were sophisticated, intelligent and connected with Mother Earth. My ancestors cultivated systems to survive & thrive 👣✨ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I truly believe that with Indigenous knowledge we ALL can thrive and know how to protect and live well in and on our Country 🌿🌏 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Check out Uncle Bruce Pascoes book, I got mine from @yarnstrongsista ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Are you interested in learning more about Indigenous culture? If so, I’ll be working on bringing regular learnings & insights through my future work. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There is a lot of ‘coming soon’ with me 🙈 we all evolve and our direction ebbs & flows. I’m confident that by 2019 I will be bringing photography & wellness into a space & platform I can share with the world ✨ #LiveOnPurpose 
Ding, dong the witch is dead. The girls are rehearsing OZ, baby is napping and I am enjoying learning all this incredible history of the ways of Australia’s - the world’s - first people.  They were so sophisticated.  They built dams and wove fish nets that would take three years for an advanced weaver to complete, as good as any found in Europe.  Their fish traps were designed to ensure fish stock would reach other families up and downstream.  And boy, interspecies collaboration with the mammals of the sea, what a beautiful thing.  Our interdependence hasn’t diminished any, though we have forgotten much.  There is much hope for remembering. 👏🏻
Ding, dong the witch is dead. The girls are rehearsing OZ, baby is napping and I am enjoying learning all this incredible history of the ways of Australia’s - the world’s - first people. They were so sophisticated. They built dams and wove fish nets that would take three years for an advanced weaver to complete, as good as any found in Europe. Their fish traps were designed to ensure fish stock would reach other families up and downstream. And boy, interspecies collaboration with the mammals of the sea, what a beautiful thing. Our interdependence hasn’t diminished any, though we have forgotten much. There is much hope for remembering. 👏🏻
Like the saying : the cream always come to the top ..... although the Genocide attempt in many indigenous culture, now we have the opportunity to learn from those "vagabond savages" with only 40,000 + years of experience that new one or two things on how to live in harmony with the land, without the need to go on the moon 🌙 as a new destruction plan. This two books 📚 are New historical evidences on how much more complex and harmonious society where before the new kids on the block arrived in town with fancy ideas 💡 and inability to adapt to what was provided by the mother 🌏 #biggestestateonearth #darkemu  They literally had it all sort it 
Ethical, biodynamic, regenerative, aquaponic, Organic, multicultural farming ✅
Land management ✅
Recycling ✅
Irrigation✅
Housing ✅
Integrative society ✅ ( not by chance is called : The greatest estate on earth 🌏) And this is my only what we can grasp from not many archeological and historical finding
Like the saying : the cream always come to the top ..... although the Genocide attempt in many indigenous culture, now we have the opportunity to learn from those "vagabond savages" with only 40,000 + years of experience that new one or two things on how to live in harmony with the land, without the need to go on the moon 🌙 as a new destruction plan. This two books 📚 are New historical evidences on how much more complex and harmonious society where before the new kids on the block arrived in town with fancy ideas 💡 and inability to adapt to what was provided by the mother 🌏 #biggestestateonearth  #darkemu  They literally had it all sort it Ethical, biodynamic, regenerative, aquaponic, Organic, multicultural farming ✅ Land management ✅ Recycling ✅ Irrigation✅ Housing ✅ Integrative society ✅ ( not by chance is called : The greatest estate on earth 🌏) And this is my only what we can grasp from not many archeological and historical finding
Gubinge marroo (flowers) in abundance right now, right here on the Kimberley Coast, swipe to see the beautiful tree these belong to...
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#gubinge #gubingepowder #gubingetree #kakaduplum #bushfood #natural #nature #superfood #australiasnativesuperfood #wa #thekimberleyaustralia #coast #life #westernaustralia #visitbroome #gardeningaustralia #wild #wildharvest #darkemu
It’s a bit hard to beat that early morning light isn’t it?
This is the view from the guest courtyard here at Girragirra and the light shining through the Kangaroo grass was just gorgeous this morning.
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This grass is a native to the floodplain and was actively harvested and stooked by the Wiradjuri for later threshing of the grain to be made into bread. 
It’s great to see a renaissance of interest in bread making using these native grasses @staple_bread .
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If you haven’t already, shout yourself a copy of Bruce Pascoe’s Book Dark Emu. It’s a fascinating read and documents many observations taken directly from the journals of the first European explorers around the farming practices of Aboriginal Australians.
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#australiannative #nativegrass #kangaroograss #themedatriandra #darkemu #accommodation #airbnbhost #amazingforbes #visitforbes #destinationnsw #unearthcentralnsw #wiradjuri
It’s a bit hard to beat that early morning light isn’t it? This is the view from the guest courtyard here at Girragirra and the light shining through the Kangaroo grass was just gorgeous this morning. . This grass is a native to the floodplain and was actively harvested and stooked by the Wiradjuri for later threshing of the grain to be made into bread. It’s great to see a renaissance of interest in bread making using these native grasses @staple_bread . . If you haven’t already, shout yourself a copy of Bruce Pascoe’s Book Dark Emu. It’s a fascinating read and documents many observations taken directly from the journals of the first European explorers around the farming practices of Aboriginal Australians. . . . #australiannative  #nativegrass  #kangaroograss  #themedatriandra  #darkemu  #accommodation  #airbnbhost  #amazingforbes  #visitforbes  #destinationnsw  #unearthcentralnsw  #wiradjuri 
With help from Zena, Amelia and Jenny from @unimelb, ELC children have been busy planting native kangaroo grass, wallaby grass and cumbungi this week. The children and teachers will remain caretakers of the plants until they are transported to the  @thelivingpavilion at UoM next year. Zena shared her knowledge about the history of these grasses; as an important part of the wetlands ecosystem before White settlement, as material for weaving, and as a food source. Did you know First Nations Peoples have been baking bread using flour ground from native grass seeds for 36,000 years?! Huge thanks to Zena for all that she shared and to Amelia and Jenny for assisting with the planting. Thank you to ELC teacher Margie for facilitating this incredibly meaningful and rewarding experience 🌱🌾#unimelbelc #unimelb #thelivingpavilion #uomlivingpavilion #indigenousperspectives #indigenousinclusivecurriculum #educationforsustainability #environmentisthethirdteacher #environmentaleducation #ecophilia #ecoliteracy #ecojustice #outdoors #outdooreducation #walllessclassroom #earlychildhoodeducation #communityconnections #kindergarten #preschool #eylf #veyldf #aboriginalagriculture #darkemu #gardening #planting #greenurbanspaces #placebasedpedagogy #placebasededucation
With help from Zena, Amelia and Jenny from @unimelb, ELC children have been busy planting native kangaroo grass, wallaby grass and cumbungi this week. The children and teachers will remain caretakers of the plants until they are transported to the @thelivingpavilion at UoM next year. Zena shared her knowledge about the history of these grasses; as an important part of the wetlands ecosystem before White settlement, as material for weaving, and as a food source. Did you know First Nations Peoples have been baking bread using flour ground from native grass seeds for 36,000 years?! Huge thanks to Zena for all that she shared and to Amelia and Jenny for assisting with the planting. Thank you to ELC teacher Margie for facilitating this incredibly meaningful and rewarding experience 🌱🌾#unimelbelc  #unimelb  #thelivingpavilion  #uomlivingpavilion  #indigenousperspectives  #indigenousinclusivecurriculum  #educationforsustainability  #environmentisthethirdteacher  #environmentaleducation  #ecophilia  #ecoliteracy  #ecojustice  #outdoors  #outdooreducation  #walllessclassroom  #earlychildhoodeducation  #communityconnections  #kindergarten  #preschool  #eylf  #veyldf  #aboriginalagriculture  #darkemu  #gardening  #planting  #greenurbanspaces  #placebasedpedagogy  #placebasededucation 
#darkemu #brucepascoe #australianmuseum #eveningtalk #indigenous #indigenoushistory #aboriginal @costasworld you know this man needs a regular spot on #gardeningaustralia . The talk this evening at Australian Museum was transformative. His oratory needs to be brought to the nation more often. He took us on an imaginative journey, lulled us with laughter, the peeled off the thin veneer over the rage and left us yearning for change. Bloody clever.
Most important, while we continue to picture Aboriginal people as having no permanent settlements, it is easier to dismiss Aboriginal attachment to the land. The same logic was used by the Democratic Labor Party Senator Peter Kavanagh to denounce a State of Victoria Native Title Bill (that would recognize a set of rights and interests over the lands and water where Aboriginal groups practices traditional laws and customs) by saying “nomads had no concept of land ownership”. This narrative that pre-colonial Aboriginals were purely nomadic hunter-gatherers completely removes their right to own land. We need to begin acknowledging their true history and notable achievements.
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#environmentalhistory #darkemu #indigenoushistory #preservation #environmentalism #brucepascoe #roadtripping #naturephotography #landscape #SharePIRO #picturedrocksnationallakeshore
Most important, while we continue to picture Aboriginal people as having no permanent settlements, it is easier to dismiss Aboriginal attachment to the land. The same logic was used by the Democratic Labor Party Senator Peter Kavanagh to denounce a State of Victoria Native Title Bill (that would recognize a set of rights and interests over the lands and water where Aboriginal groups practices traditional laws and customs) by saying “nomads had no concept of land ownership”. This narrative that pre-colonial Aboriginals were purely nomadic hunter-gatherers completely removes their right to own land. We need to begin acknowledging their true history and notable achievements. -------------------------------------------- Read more here: https://fastenvhistory.wordpress.com/ -------------------------------------------- #environmentalhistory  #darkemu  #indigenoushistory  #preservation  #environmentalism  #brucepascoe  #roadtripping  #naturephotography  #landscape  #SharePIRO  #picturedrocksnationallakeshore 
By re-examining numerous journals and diaries of the early European explorers and colonists to reach Australia, Pascoe allows us to consider an alternate history of pre-colonial Aboriginal society. All of the innumerable references to people building dams, wells, planting, irrigating, harvesting, building homes, and manipulating the landscape do not fit the definition of hunter-gatherer. Instead, it belittles and denigrates the complex social and economic society they constructed.
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Read more here: https://fastenvhistory.wordpress.com/
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By re-examining numerous journals and diaries of the early European explorers and colonists to reach Australia, Pascoe allows us to consider an alternate history of pre-colonial Aboriginal society. All of the innumerable references to people building dams, wells, planting, irrigating, harvesting, building homes, and manipulating the landscape do not fit the definition of hunter-gatherer. Instead, it belittles and denigrates the complex social and economic society they constructed. -------------------------------------------- Read more here: https://fastenvhistory.wordpress.com/ -------------------------------------------- #environmentalhistory  #darkemu  #indigenoushistory  #preservation  #environmentalism  #brucepascoe  #roadtripping  #naturephotography  #landscape  #SharePIRO  #picturedrocksnationallakeshore 
It is generally accepted that the pre-colonial Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, the indigenous peoples of Australia, were nomadic hunter-gatherers. This part of Australian indigenous history is taught throughout Australian schools, expounded upon by high ranking government officials, and, of course, even confirmed by Wikipedia. But Bruce Pascoe, author of “Dark Emu” argues otherwise. --------------------------------------------
Read more here: https://fastenvhistory.wordpress.com/
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#environmentalhistory #darkemu #indigenoushistory #preservation #environmentalism #brucepascoe #roadtripping #naturephotography #landscape #SharePIRO #picturedrocksnationallakeshore
It is generally accepted that the pre-colonial Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, the indigenous peoples of Australia, were nomadic hunter-gatherers. This part of Australian indigenous history is taught throughout Australian schools, expounded upon by high ranking government officials, and, of course, even confirmed by Wikipedia. But Bruce Pascoe, author of “Dark Emu” argues otherwise. -------------------------------------------- Read more here: https://fastenvhistory.wordpress.com/ -------------------------------------------- #environmentalhistory  #darkemu  #indigenoushistory  #preservation  #environmentalism  #brucepascoe  #roadtripping  #naturephotography  #landscape  #SharePIRO  #picturedrocksnationallakeshore 
Today, I went to a #goodfoodmonth event run by @foodfaithau: Breaking Bread - The Panel. A discussion about bread, the baking, and the making, as well as the use and cultivation of grains suited to the Australian climate by aboriginal peoples, as recorded by the first Aussie explorers in their journals. We were given a goodie bag of four breads - a panini, a challa, a chappati, and a loaf made from one of the rediscovered grains once cultivated by Aboriginal peoples. You can see the tiny grains in the close up of the loaf. And it was delicious.
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If you'd like to read more about the history of aboriginal agriculture, then Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe is the book to find.
#bread #breadmaking #darkemu #breakingbread #foodfaithau
Today, I went to a #goodfoodmonth  event run by @foodfaithau: Breaking Bread - The Panel. A discussion about bread, the baking, and the making, as well as the use and cultivation of grains suited to the Australian climate by aboriginal peoples, as recorded by the first Aussie explorers in their journals. We were given a goodie bag of four breads - a panini, a challa, a chappati, and a loaf made from one of the rediscovered grains once cultivated by Aboriginal peoples. You can see the tiny grains in the close up of the loaf. And it was delicious. 🍞🥐🥖🥨 If you'd like to read more about the history of aboriginal agriculture, then Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe is the book to find. #bread  #breadmaking  #darkemu  #breakingbread  #foodfaithau 
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also thanks to the lovely woman at #kaleidobooks for helping this lil man find it
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Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe won the Book of the Year Award and Indigenous Writer's Prize in the 2016 NSW Premier's Literary Awards.

Pascoe has a Bunurong and Yuin heritage and examines the misrepresentation and devaluation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture as being solely hunter-gatherer. He presents compelling evidence of a complex economy and social structure that included housing, agriculture and pan-continental government.
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CURRENT READ Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe won the Book of the Year Award and Indigenous Writer's Prize in the 2016 NSW Premier's Literary Awards. Pascoe has a Bunurong and Yuin heritage and examines the misrepresentation and devaluation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture as being solely hunter-gatherer. He presents compelling evidence of a complex economy and social structure that included housing, agriculture and pan-continental government. . . Available at @dymocksadelaide . . #darkemu  #brucepascoe  #aboriginaltorresstraitislander  #precolonialaustralia  #teaching  #yuin  #bunurong  #nswpremiersliteraryaward  #indigenouswriter  #adelaidewriter  #bookoftheyear  #bitheega  . .
Native bee visiting Yam Daisy (Microseris sp.) -  a major traditional food crop pre-colonization, that is making a come back.

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I was pleasantly surprised to spot a little kardlaparti native bee on a ngampa yam daisy in our Indigenous vegetable garden 🌼 🐝
Native bee visiting Yam Daisy (Microseris sp.) - a major traditional food crop pre-colonization, that is making a come back. #Repost  @jamesptylor • • • • • I was pleasantly surprised to spot a little kardlaparti native bee on a ngampa yam daisy in our Indigenous vegetable garden 🌼 🐝
Red books we’re loving in our house at the moment. “Dark Emu” by @bitheega is THE book that needed to be written about Australian pre-colonial history. My hubby is into it. 
I’m enjoying reading a few of these poems to sleepover friends during the school holidays. They’re a good choice when my daughter & I can’t continue our read-aloud. Ranging from classic formal poems to nonsense rhymes, the children really ❤️ them 🎉
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#artyfarty #red #amreading #redbooks #bookstagram #childrenspoetry #poems #poemsofinstagram #australianhistory #indigenousaustralia #darkemu @emily_gravett #anappleadaykeepsthedoctoraway #anappleaday #bibliotherapy
Red books we’re loving in our house at the moment. “Dark Emu” by @bitheega is THE book that needed to be written about Australian pre-colonial history. My hubby is into it. I’m enjoying reading a few of these poems to sleepover friends during the school holidays. They’re a good choice when my daughter & I can’t continue our read-aloud. Ranging from classic formal poems to nonsense rhymes, the children really ❤️ them 🎉 . . . #artyfarty  #red  #amreading  #redbooks  #bookstagram  #childrenspoetry  #poems  #poemsofinstagram  #australianhistory  #indigenousaustralia  #darkemu  @emily_gravett #anappleadaykeepsthedoctoraway  #anappleaday  #bibliotherapy 
Amazing work by Carol McGregor made of possum skins - it maps the native plants around the Brisbane River, influenced by Bruce Pascoe’s important book ‘Dark Emu’. #thecommute @ima_brisbane #indigenous #contemporaryart #agriculture #nativeplants #brisbaneriver #land #map #darkemu #agriculture
A very interesting book. Challenging preconceptions about aboriginal Australia. .
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#darkemu #book #history #change #understanding #falsehistory #education #australia #educate #truth #read #farming #knowledge #brucepascoe #aboriginal
Book 70: "If we look at the evidence presented to us by explorers and explain to our children that Aboriginal people did build houses, did build dams, did sow, irrigate and till the land, did alter the course of rivers, did sew their clothes, and did construct a system of pan-contintental government that generated peace and prosperity, then it is likely that we will admire and love our land all the more."
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Did you know that Aboriginal people in Australia worked with orcas to hunt bigger whales, sharing the tongue with their killer whale companions as a way to say thank you? Or that they had means of stockpiling food and flours? Or that they built houses and beautiful graveyards? Or that they successfully farmed the land in their own way? I didn't until I read this book and I'm actually quite furious that it's taken me so long to find out. Dark Emu contains a wealth of knowledge that should be common. Pascoe is a brilliant teacher and a strong voice for how Australia can benefit from the knowledge of Aboriginal people going forward. 📖
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#darkemu #brucepascoe #readingchallenge #bookstagram #booksofinstagram #books #booklover #bookish #bookworm #booknerd #read #bookish #bibliophile #goodreads #weekendreads #nonfiction #livemoremagic #theartofslowliving #slowliving #bookphotography #bookaddict #bookporn #australia #agriculture #atsi #farming
Book 70: "If we look at the evidence presented to us by explorers and explain to our children that Aboriginal people did build houses, did build dams, did sow, irrigate and till the land, did alter the course of rivers, did sew their clothes, and did construct a system of pan-contintental government that generated peace and prosperity, then it is likely that we will admire and love our land all the more." 📖 Did you know that Aboriginal people in Australia worked with orcas to hunt bigger whales, sharing the tongue with their killer whale companions as a way to say thank you? Or that they had means of stockpiling food and flours? Or that they built houses and beautiful graveyards? Or that they successfully farmed the land in their own way? I didn't until I read this book and I'm actually quite furious that it's taken me so long to find out. Dark Emu contains a wealth of knowledge that should be common. Pascoe is a brilliant teacher and a strong voice for how Australia can benefit from the knowledge of Aboriginal people going forward. 📖 📖 📖 #darkemu  #brucepascoe  #readingchallenge  #bookstagram  #booksofinstagram  #books  #booklover  #bookish  #bookworm  #booknerd  #read  #bookish  #bibliophile  #goodreads  #weekendreads  #nonfiction  #livemoremagic  #theartofslowliving  #slowliving  #bookphotography  #bookaddict  #bookporn  #australia  #agriculture  #atsi  #farming 
It's a rainy public holiday, ideal for good coffee and essential, enlightening reading: DARK EMU Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident? by Bruce Pascoe published by @magabalabooks.
"If we are to attempt to understand Indigenous philosophy it has to begin with the profound obligation to land."
How do we include this book on the school curriculum? It is packed with evidence of how lush and food-bearing our country was for eons under the conscious and sophisticated care of Aborigines. Rather timely as Australia is in dire need of alternatives to the detrimental nature of sheep and cattle farming in our drought-stricken land.
#darkemublackseeds 
#darkemu
#brucepascoe 
#recommendedreading
#australianauthors 
#innovationnation
#readingincafes
#booksandcoffee
It's a rainy public holiday, ideal for good coffee and essential, enlightening reading: DARK EMU Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident? by Bruce Pascoe published by @magabalabooks. "If we are to attempt to understand Indigenous philosophy it has to begin with the profound obligation to land." How do we include this book on the school curriculum? It is packed with evidence of how lush and food-bearing our country was for eons under the conscious and sophisticated care of Aborigines. Rather timely as Australia is in dire need of alternatives to the detrimental nature of sheep and cattle farming in our drought-stricken land. #darkemublackseeds  #darkemu  #brucepascoe  #recommendedreading  #australianauthors  #innovationnation  #readingincafes  #booksandcoffee 
I had a wonderful birthday yesterday - thank you to everyone for the wishes! Looks like I will be settling in to read Bruce Pascoe's #darkemu this weekend, and waiting with baited breath to see @ausballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland!
#ballet #dance #pointeshoes #read #birthday
I had a wonderful birthday yesterday - thank you to everyone for the wishes! Looks like I will be settling in to read Bruce Pascoe's #darkemu  this weekend, and waiting with baited breath to see @ausballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland! #ballet  #dance  #pointeshoes  #read  #birthday 
If you haven't read Dark Emu, set aside 12 minutes to listen to Indigenous writer Bruce Pascoe's TEDxSydney talk (just google his name and it pops up). Using colonial journals, Bruce was able to form a radically different view of Australian history, which dispels the myth that Aboriginal people did nothing with the land... far from it. Instead for centuries they were farming, miles and miles of Aboriginal domesticates such as yams and grains. 
Through Food Ladder, Aboriginal people are able to reclaim their history, growing commercial quantities of traditional foods and working on the land, like their ancestors did before them.
If you haven't read Dark Emu, set aside 12 minutes to listen to Indigenous writer Bruce Pascoe's TEDxSydney talk (just google his name and it pops up). Using colonial journals, Bruce was able to form a radically different view of Australian history, which dispels the myth that Aboriginal people did nothing with the land... far from it. Instead for centuries they were farming, miles and miles of Aboriginal domesticates such as yams and grains. Through Food Ladder, Aboriginal people are able to reclaim their history, growing commercial quantities of traditional foods and working on the land, like their ancestors did before them.
The “Lightning between the AC and the DC” has lead me to chemistry. 
Lightning originates from Supernovae (exploding stars).
Stars contain Hydrogen and Helium. The explosion produces Iron. 
Iron atom binds with Oxygen forming the Hemaglobin molecule that moves through our circulatory systems. 
Colliding galaxies drive the process to produce Iron.
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#millerureyexperiment #chemistry #astrobiology #lightning #supernovae #darkemu #energy #intangible #cosmicrays #supernova  #astrophysics #annettelee #lakota #duanehamacher #archeoastronomy #universityofcalifornia #sandiego #sparkoflife #aammonia #phosphoricsalts, #heat, #electricity #proteincompound #volcaniceruptions #collidinggalaxies #blackholes #dwarfplanet
The “Lightning between the AC and the DC” has lead me to chemistry. Lightning originates from Supernovae (exploding stars). Stars contain Hydrogen and Helium. The explosion produces Iron. Iron atom binds with Oxygen forming the Hemaglobin molecule that moves through our circulatory systems. Colliding galaxies drive the process to produce Iron. ⚡️ ⚡️ ⚡️ ⚡️ #millerureyexperiment  #chemistry  #astrobiology  #lightning  #supernovae  #darkemu  #energy  #intangible  #cosmicrays  #supernova  #astrophysics  #annettelee  #lakota  #duanehamacher  #archeoastronomy  #universityofcalifornia  #sandiego  #sparkoflife  #aammonia  #phosphoricsalts , #heat , #electricity  #proteincompound  #volcaniceruptions  #collidinggalaxies  #blackholes  #dwarfplanet 
Credit to from @poco_lit - 
Happy monday. Here is my random collection of #tbr books. Presents, secondhand shop finds, as well as books I can't wait to finally, finally swallow.
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#books #shelfie #aloe #brucepascoe #darkemu #saraahmed #zadiesmith #masandentshanga #nayyirahwaheed #stuarthall #beauvoir #decolonisingtheuniversity #pocolit #wereadpocolit #bookstagram #monday #bookshelf #readmorebooks #booklover #secondhandbooks
Living Smart Festival @ beautiful Speers Point.
Sharing Australian Native Flavours......always🌱❣️
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#awardwinning #lemonmyrtle #yumyumpigsbum #olida #foodie #livingsmartfestival #livingsmart #sustainability #glutenfree #wattleseed #permaculture #lakemacquarie #speerspoint #davidsonplum #darkemu #brucepascoe #bushmedijina
Inaugural Giiyong Festival. Looking forward to hear Bruce Pascoe speak. #giiyongfestival #welcometocountry #thauacountry #yuinnation #darkemu #vanlife #vw #kombi #proudhistory
EVERY AUSTRALIAN NEEDS TO READ THIS BOOK. Bruce Pascoe combed the archives of white settler accounts to prove that Aboriginal Australia had a complex and highly sophisticated agricultural system  in place - before colonisers destroyed much of it. This book is groundbreaking because it completely blows out of the water white Australia’s racist assertions of a) terra nullius and b) that the First Peoples of our nation were uncivilised.
The mainstream version of Australian history needs a REVOLUTION and it is here in this book! Thank you Bruce Pascoe for writing it; you’ve shown white Australia how much knowledge and wisdom Aboriginal culture holds.
EVERY AUSTRALIAN NEEDS TO READ THIS BOOK. Bruce Pascoe combed the archives of white settler accounts to prove that Aboriginal Australia had a complex and highly sophisticated agricultural system in place - before colonisers destroyed much of it. This book is groundbreaking because it completely blows out of the water white Australia’s racist assertions of a) terra nullius and b) that the First Peoples of our nation were uncivilised. The mainstream version of Australian history needs a REVOLUTION and it is here in this book! Thank you Bruce Pascoe for writing it; you’ve shown white Australia how much knowledge and wisdom Aboriginal culture holds.
Today is Australian Reading Hour day so it’s a legit excuse to leave the desk and stick my nose in a book! #readinghour #learn #grow #escape #relax #takethetime #darkemu #brucepascoe
Volcanic lightning may have sparked life on Earth. In the Miller-Urey experiment, a mixture of gases were heated and zapped with electricity to mimic lightning. This created five identifiable amino acids. Instead of Darwin’s warm little pond being the entire ocean, the warm little pond could have consisted of volcanic island tide pools and lagoons. The original spark of life may have begun in a warm little pond, with all sorts of ammonia and phosphoric salts, lights, heat, electricity, etc. present, so that a protein compound was chemically formed ready to undergo still more complex changes. All that would then be needed is electricity – and many large volcanic eruptions are accompanied by spectacular lightning. ”says Jeffrey L. Bada, professor of Marine Chemistry and former Director of the NASA Specialized Center of Research and Training (NSCORT) in Exobiology in the Geologic Research Division at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego. (PhD in Chemistry under the direction of Stanley Miller in 1968). New Scientist Oct 16, 2008. Volcanic lightning may have sparked life on Earth.
Volcanic lightning may have sparked life on Earth. In the Miller-Urey experiment, a mixture of gases were heated and zapped with electricity to mimic lightning. This created five identifiable amino acids. Instead of Darwin’s warm little pond being the entire ocean, the warm little pond could have consisted of volcanic island tide pools and lagoons. The original spark of life may have begun in a warm little pond, with all sorts of ammonia and phosphoric salts, lights, heat, electricity, etc. present, so that a protein compound was chemically formed ready to undergo still more complex changes. All that would then be needed is electricity – and many large volcanic eruptions are accompanied by spectacular lightning. ”says Jeffrey L. Bada, professor of Marine Chemistry and former Director of the NASA Specialized Center of Research and Training (NSCORT) in Exobiology in the Geologic Research Division at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego. (PhD in Chemistry under the direction of Stanley Miller in 1968). New Scientist Oct 16, 2008. Volcanic lightning may have sparked life on Earth.
6 days growth and our case study Gubinge tree has developed from bud to emerging leaf, the brightest shades of green as well as clear sap (gimm) dripping from much of the new growth. It’s been quietly storing its energy over the dry season, shedding old leaves and awaiting for this season change. .
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#gubinge #gubingetree #gubingepowder #tree #growth #seasons #casestudy #newlife #botany #gardeningaustralia #darkemu #kakaduplum #antioxidants #thekimberleyaustralia #superfood #reallife #local #aboriginal #madeinwa
6 days growth and our case study Gubinge tree has developed from bud to emerging leaf, the brightest shades of green as well as clear sap (gimm) dripping from much of the new growth. It’s been quietly storing its energy over the dry season, shedding old leaves and awaiting for this season change. . . . 📷 @kimberleywildgubinge . . #gubinge  #gubingetree  #gubingepowder  #tree  #growth  #seasons  #casestudy  #newlife  #botany  #gardeningaustralia  #darkemu  #kakaduplum  #antioxidants  #thekimberleyaustralia  #superfood  #reallife  #local  #aboriginal  #madeinwa 
I am very grateful to have seen the beautiful and powerful @bangarradancetheatre performance ‘Dark Emu’ last weekend, which has left a deeply profound and lingering impression. Congratulations and thank you Bangarra ♥️ and lovely to see this with you @deestreet_dance xx
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#bangarra #bangarradancetheatre #darkemu #dance #indigenousaustralia #contemporarydance
I am very grateful to have seen the beautiful and powerful @bangarradancetheatre performance ‘Dark Emu’ last weekend, which has left a deeply profound and lingering impression. Congratulations and thank you Bangarra ♥️ and lovely to see this with you @deestreet_dance xx . (📷 reposted from @bangarradancetheatre) . #bangarra  #bangarradancetheatre  #darkemu  #dance  #indigenousaustralia  #contemporarydance 
Teaching materials today #collaboration #materialdiscursivepractices #entanglededucation #humanities #humusities #darkemu #brucepascoe #eon #avivareed #welcometocountry #auntyjoy #weedforagershandbook #squidvibriomoon #scalefreenetwork #weboflifegame #compost #compostography thanks @kateycoleman for your pencils and yarn! Thanks @aviva_reed for your amazing artscience and co-labouring even when you’re not there! ✨
My favourite flavour. Wattleseed is a native Australian spice that tastes like savoury toasted cinnamon. I want to add it to everything but I must ration it. It’s particularly nice in one pot recipes like risotto, bolognese, broth, curry, etc. I also add it to flatbread for the most comforting doughy goodness ever. I’m stoked to find it plastic free at @gewurzhaus. .
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Has anyone tried harvesting their own? Surely I could pick some wattle and roast it myself?
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#zerowaste #wattleseed #wattleitbe #nativeaustralian #bushfoods #harvest #indigenousfood #indigenouslandrights #aintnoplanetb #eatlocal #localcontext #grownativeplants #darkemu #thisisaustralia #whiteaustraliahasablackhistory
My favourite flavour. Wattleseed is a native Australian spice that tastes like savoury toasted cinnamon. I want to add it to everything but I must ration it. It’s particularly nice in one pot recipes like risotto, bolognese, broth, curry, etc. I also add it to flatbread for the most comforting doughy goodness ever. I’m stoked to find it plastic free at @gewurzhaus. . . Has anyone tried harvesting their own? Surely I could pick some wattle and roast it myself? . . #zerowaste  #wattleseed  #wattleitbe  #nativeaustralian  #bushfoods  #harvest  #indigenousfood  #indigenouslandrights  #aintnoplanetb  #eatlocal  #localcontext  #grownativeplants  #darkemu  #thisisaustralia  #whiteaustraliahasablackhistory 
Happy monday. Here is my random collection of #tbr books. Presents, secondhand shop finds, as well as books I can't wait to finally, finally swallow.
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#books #shelfie #aloe #brucepascoe #darkemu #saraahmed #zadiesmith #masandentshanga #nayyirahwaheed #stuarthall #beauvoir #decolonisingtheuniversity #pocolit #wereadpocolit #bookstagram #monday #bookshelf #readmorebooks #booklover #secondhandbooks
When you're struggling to get out of bed on a Monday and Facebook makes you jealous of the person you were this day 2 years ago... Wish I was there! Still one of my favourite books and a pretty damn good way to read it too!
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#fiji #holiday #vacation #book #bookstagram #beer #food #throwback #memories #darkemu #brucepascoe #alwayswasalwayswillbe #monday #wishyouwerehere #wishiwasthere
After traveling across four states to perform 63 shows, Bangarra’s Dark Emu national tour has come to an end. Our work would not be possible without the support of our audiences and we thank each and everyone of you that shared our journey with us. 
As we conclude our season we reflect on the spirit of resilience and hope through Alana Valentine’s closing passage: “I am the rock that holds the heat, after the sun has set. Thank you my country

I am the grain that takes the oil, after the pouring is done. Thank you my country

I am the stone soaking up water, long since retrieved from the pool. Thank you, my country

I am the spirit of country, still giving all life to the land. Thank you, my country” 📸 @daniel.boud 
#darkemu #darkemu2018 #bangarra #bangarradancetheatre #stephenpage #contemporarydance #choreography #storytelling #instadance #dance #dancer #indigenousculture #aboriginal
After traveling across four states to perform 63 shows, Bangarra’s Dark Emu national tour has come to an end. Our work would not be possible without the support of our audiences and we thank each and everyone of you that shared our journey with us. As we conclude our season we reflect on the spirit of resilience and hope through Alana Valentine’s closing passage: “I am the rock that holds the heat, after the sun has set. Thank you my country I am the grain that takes the oil, after the pouring is done. Thank you my country I am the stone soaking up water, long since retrieved from the pool. Thank you, my country I am the spirit of country, still giving all life to the land. Thank you, my country” 📸 @daniel.boud #darkemu  #darkemu2018  #bangarra  #bangarradancetheatre  #stephenpage  #contemporarydance  #choreography  #storytelling  #instadance  #dance  #dancer  #indigenousculture  #aboriginal 
What a privilege to watch this tonight with @juliarabar. Amazing! Thank you @bangarradancetheatre for your beautiful performance of Dark Emu. I don’t know how you transformed literature into such rich movements. Wished everyone could watch it!
#repost #darkemu #darkemu2018 #bangarra #bangarradancetheatre #storytelling #indigenousculture
I am not Indigenous, but I am Australian. I am not connected to the millenia-old dreaming of one of the world's oldest living cultures. But when I watch  @bangarradancetheatre perform, I feel such a connection to my country, from its distant past to its recent history. No other dancers, choreography, music or staging have ever had such an emotional impact on me. Each. And. Every. Time. For all our sakes, please keep dancing and telling the stories of Country and our country. #darkemu #darkemu2018
I am not Indigenous, but I am Australian. I am not connected to the millenia-old dreaming of one of the world's oldest living cultures. But when I watch @bangarradancetheatre perform, I feel such a connection to my country, from its distant past to its recent history. No other dancers, choreography, music or staging have ever had such an emotional impact on me. Each. And. Every. Time. For all our sakes, please keep dancing and telling the stories of Country and our country. #darkemu  #darkemu2018 
Dark Emu. Bangarra dance and theatre. Obra de danza contemporánea con raíz indígena de Australia. De las cosas más bellas que he visto hace mucho #bangarra #darkemu https://youtu.be/X8dv2HK5W3k
Dark Emu. Bangarra dance and theatre. Obra de danza contemporánea con raíz indígena de Australia. De las cosas más bellas que he visto hace mucho #bangarra  #darkemu  https://youtu.be/X8dv2HK5W3k
A weekend of speaking about books at #hardcopyAUS made me realise I hadn’t posted my asymmetrical #SpringReadingStack 
Not quite as ambitious in scale as usual, but I’ve got my own book to edit! Dark Emu a great choice by my book club, highly recommended from what I’ve read so far.

#bookstagram 
#amreading 
#mrsdalloway
#florida
#assymetry
#darkemu
#thedeathofnoahglass
Amazing backdrop at @artscentremelbourne with production of #bangarradancetheatre version of #darkemu  Never seen any Bangarra performances but certainly a convert! Check it out when you can 👏👍😉 #darkemu2018 #artcentre #theatre #arty #melbourne #dance
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Last day of Dark Emu season!
Thanks to all audiences from all over, thanks for all the love and all the beautiful comments. 
#bangarradancetheatre #ochre #darkemu #storytelling #dance #theatre #preset #yirriganydji 📸 Tiffany Parker
About last night...overwhelmed by Bangarra’s depth and beauty. #bangarra #darkemu #contemporarydance #australiandance
Have you seen the emu in the sky? @bangarradancetheatre #DarkEmu reviewed by @gracialouise . Pic by @daniel.boud
Have you seen the emu in the sky? @bangarradancetheatre #DarkEmu  reviewed by @gracialouise . Pic by @daniel.boud
Venice Biennale Performance Art Week, Italy. 2017
La Pocha Nostra (US/Mexico) and VestAndPage (Germany/Italy).
Bon Mott (Australia)and Emalia Mattia (Italy).
“La Pocha collaborates across national borders, race, gender, language, class, 
generational lines, political believes and assorted theories: Post-colonial, Queer, 
Trans-Feminist, neo-chicano, neo indigenous, Quantum, Shamanic, et al. Our 
collaborative model functions both as an act of “citizen border diplomacy” and as 
a means to create ephemeral communities of like-minded people like you. 
We are also a “live art laboratory,” an international “loose association of rebel 
artists” thinking together, exchanging ideas, aspirations, music scores, playlists, props 
and creating on site projects. The basic premise of these collaborations is founded 
on an ideal: if we learn to cross borders on stage, in our bodies, in the gallery or 
museum, we may learn how to do so in larger social spheres and transgress what 
keeps us apart. We hope others will be challenged to do the same. This is our ultimate radical act. “⚡️
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#lightning #supernovae #darkemu #brucepascoe
 #energy ghost #inbetween  #performanceart #sound #melbourneartist #artist  #melbourne #australianartist  #gilbertsimondon #philosophy #phd #luceirigary #karenbarad #universityofmelbourne #venus #albedo #intangible #bonscott #cosmicrays #supernova #photography #astrophysics ⚡️
Venice Biennale Performance Art Week, Italy. 2017 La Pocha Nostra (US/Mexico) and VestAndPage (Germany/Italy). Bon Mott (Australia)and Emalia Mattia (Italy). “La Pocha collaborates across national borders, race, gender, language, class, generational lines, political believes and assorted theories: Post-colonial, Queer, Trans-Feminist, neo-chicano, neo indigenous, Quantum, Shamanic, et al. Our collaborative model functions both as an act of “citizen border diplomacy” and as a means to create ephemeral communities of like-minded people like you. We are also a “live art laboratory,” an international “loose association of rebel artists” thinking together, exchanging ideas, aspirations, music scores, playlists, props and creating on site projects. The basic premise of these collaborations is founded on an ideal: if we learn to cross borders on stage, in our bodies, in the gallery or museum, we may learn how to do so in larger social spheres and transgress what keeps us apart. We hope others will be challenged to do the same. This is our ultimate radical act. “⚡️ ⚡️ ⚡️ ⚡️ #lightning  #supernovae  #darkemu  #brucepascoe  #energy  ghost #inbetween  #performanceart  #sound  #melbourneartist  #artist  #melbourne  #australianartist  #gilbertsimondon  #philosophy  #phd  #luceirigary  #karenbarad  #universityofmelbourne  #venus  #albedo  #intangible  #bonscott  #cosmicrays  #supernova  #photography  #astrophysics  ⚡️
Our dancers backstage painting up in ochre and preparing for our final Dark Emu shows. 📸 @toofpark 
#darkemu #darkemu2018 #bangarra #bangarradancetheatre #contemporarydance #instadance #dance #dancer #indigenousculture #aboriginal
Really looking forward to disappearing into @bangarradancetheatre’s ‘Dark Emu’ with @peterhaby, @gracialouise, and @misterpercy. #bangarradancetheatre #darkemu #dance #brucepascoe #stephenpage #performance #storytelling
Attention all Novacastrians and Hunter Valley people!
Oz Tukka will be at this fabulous event tomorrow, backing up from Fine Food Australia in Melbourne.
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We are excited to be holding a presentation....an Introduction to Native Food.....around 6pm.
If you haven’t discovered what amazing flavours and health benefits Australian Native Edible plants have to offer, come along and be amazed!
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We will also have ‘Bush Medijina’ skincare products with us.
Bush Medijina operates from a small shed located in the indigenous community of Angurugu on the remote Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territories Gulf of Carpentaria.
Oz Tukka is proud as punch to support the indigenous Warnindilyakwa women of the Groote Eylandt Archipelago.
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Also, we are excited that our 1st shipment of books have arrived in time for tomorrow.
Dark Emu:Black Seeds Agriculture or Accident? by Bruce Pascoe will also be available.
This book needs to be read by every Australian!!!!!!
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#oztukka #muswellbrook #finefood #nativefood #nativefoods #huntervalley #huntervalleynsw #bushfood #yumyumpigsbum #healthyfood #wattleseed #pepperberry #pepperleaf #lemonmyrtle #aniseedmyrtle #bushtomato #kakaduplum #quandong #glutenfree #bushmedijina  #naturalskincare #organic #darkemu #brucepascoe #changedmylife
Attention all Novacastrians and Hunter Valley people! Oz Tukka will be at this fabulous event tomorrow, backing up from Fine Food Australia in Melbourne. 🌱❣️ We are excited to be holding a presentation....an Introduction to Native Food.....around 6pm. If you haven’t discovered what amazing flavours and health benefits Australian Native Edible plants have to offer, come along and be amazed! 🌱❣️ We will also have ‘Bush Medijina’ skincare products with us. Bush Medijina operates from a small shed located in the indigenous community of Angurugu on the remote Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territories Gulf of Carpentaria. Oz Tukka is proud as punch to support the indigenous Warnindilyakwa women of the Groote Eylandt Archipelago. 🌱❣️ Also, we are excited that our 1st shipment of books have arrived in time for tomorrow. Dark Emu:Black Seeds Agriculture or Accident? by Bruce Pascoe will also be available. This book needs to be read by every Australian!!!!!! 🌱 ❣️ #oztukka  #muswellbrook  #finefood  #nativefood  #nativefoods  #huntervalley  #huntervalleynsw  #bushfood  #yumyumpigsbum  #healthyfood  #wattleseed  #pepperberry  #pepperleaf  #lemonmyrtle  #aniseedmyrtle  #bushtomato  #kakaduplum  #quandong  #glutenfree  #bushmedijina  #naturalskincare  #organic  #darkemu  #brucepascoe  #changedmylife 
Dark Emu >> orientated on country. #darkemu2018 #darkemu #bangarradancetheatre
This week @less_a_novel by Andrew Sean Greer topped our bestseller list, alongside Dark Emu (@magabalabooks) and Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman! 
We’re also stoked to see Meet Me at the Intersection, our @betterreadkids Book of the Month, also make an appearance in the 10th spot. #brtdtopten #bestsellers #brkbookofthemonth #less #darkemu #queerstories #unbreakablethreads #ottolenghi #meetmeattheintersection
✨An incredible performance by @bangarradancetheatre of Bruce Pasco’s Dark Emu, adaptation of the must-read book about the ingenuity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; the untold history of Australia and the longest living culture! Such beauty in the fluid movement as individuals with the group dances together, stunning sets and a ‘moving’ performance! 😊Thank you! ✨
#darkemu #bangarra #alwayswasalwayswillbeaboriginalland
✨An incredible performance by @bangarradancetheatre of Bruce Pasco’s Dark Emu, adaptation of the must-read book about the ingenuity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; the untold history of Australia and the longest living culture! Such beauty in the fluid movement as individuals with the group dances together, stunning sets and a ‘moving’ performance! 😊Thank you! ✨ #darkemu  #bangarra  #alwayswasalwayswillbeaboriginalland