Limited edition 📷 ~Tree Bark ~ this photo print will be available at 7pm tonight in our art store. Only 5 available in A2 size 🌿 I love this image, it makes me want to reach out and feel the bark on the tree, reminding me of the magic and life Mother Nature gives us 🙏🏽📷 | www.koorieprints.com.au
As an Australian family owned business we continue the legacy of our forefather who settled here in 1904. Our story dates back 100 years when the property was selected for its rich soil, lush surroundings, and naturally occurring springs.
Stones as a cooking ingredient. Yes, that’s right. Residents of Makili village on Ataúro Island collect fatuk masin (salt stones) from the sea as a way to flavor their soups. A way to use less labor and energy to collect salt from the sea. What a tasteful method to use.
Here at Outside The Locker Room we believe in an inclusive sporting environment..
Our Founder Jake Edwards came across this incredible artwork in Broome which highlights an amazing initiative called @her_rules_her_game .
Bringing awareness to our Indigenous Women’s Inclusion in Sport..
This great message has our full support 👍🏻
#Repost @tisersport with @get_repost
Paddy Ryder was 16, living in Geraldton and dropping out of school when the Clontarf Foundation changed his life.
By age 17, Ryder moved to Perth, went back to school, played WAFL and was drafted to begin his AFL career.
Now the foundation is coming to SA for the first time after the State Government committed $2.75 million to establish three pilot academies in Adelaide, Port Lincoln, Port Augusta and Whyalla.
The foundation operates in 97 schools across the country, using football to encourage school attendance and behaviour in young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander boys.
The foundation will work alongside the SA Aboriginal Sports Training Academy and Port Adelaide’s Aboriginal programs, including Will Power and the Power Cup.
Read the full story in today's Advertiser or go to www.advertiser.com.au
Premier Steven Marshall and Port Adelaide ruckman Paddy Ryder with brothers, from left, MJ, Rayray and Seth Sumner. 📷: @sarahreedphotos -
I am without words (well figuratively speaking)
Anna Price Petyarre’s Mind Blowing Masterpiece, Titled “My Country”
Please find all details @ http://artlandish.com/anppmc2e
Anna is the daughter of the famous late Gloria Ngale and niece of the late Emily Kame Kngwarreye, both among some of Australia’s most famous artists.
Anna illustrates topographically, multi layered components, which are spiritually connected to her homeland of Atnelyeye in the Utopia region of Central Australia.
Anna Petyarre was born c.1965 in the Utopia region Northern Territory Her Region is Alhalkere and her Language Group is Anmatyerre.
She currently resides and paints at Mulga Bore, a community approximately 200 km from Alice Springs, and of late has travelled with her art. She commenced painting as a child, surrounded by some of the most notable artists of the region. In 1996, she began her professional artistic career.
Her content is wide, including Body Paint, Bush Tucker (Yam, Wildflower, Bush Potato) and Women’s Ceremony. Her style varies from bold linear using brightly coloured overlayed strokes (a legacy of her introduction to painting with Batik works), to small and intricate dot work in subdued tones.
Anna is a traditional woman, participating in Women’s Business and further learning the dreaming stories of her family and her culture. She is well educated and is a wonderful ambassador for her people and for the Art of Utopia.
Her artwork has been exhibited extensively throughout Australia and Internationally, and she has painted for important galleries in capital cities.
Anna illustrates a graphic representation of the surface features of the area or region on a map, indicating their relative positions and elevations. She shows the distinct layers, strata, levels and components, which are spiritually connected to her homeland of Atneltyeye in the Utopia region of Central Australia.
FREEDOM IN FASHION || Kamaladevi Chattopadhy
Kamaladevi Chattopadhy was an Indian social #reformer . and freedom fighter. Her contribution to the Indian independence movement is worth remembering. She brought a huge momentum in the development of Indian #handicrafts , hand looms, and theater in independent India. She worked for the #upliftment of the socio-economic standard of Indian women by pioneering the co-operation. "Under the project of Nehru's vision for India's development would affect traditional artisans, especially women in the unorganised sectors. She set up a series of crafts museums to hold and preserve India's #indigenous arts and crafts that served as a storehouse for indigenous know how. Theater #Crafts Museum in Delhi was created with this #vision
She equally promoted arts and crafts, and instituted the National Awards for Master Craftsmen, and introduce cottage industries in different parts of India.
Chattopadhyay was a woman ahead of her times, she was instrumental in setting up the All India Handicrafts Board, she was also its first chairperson. The Crafts Council of India was also the first president of the World Crafts Council, Asia Pacific Region." #sustainablefashion#sustainabledevelopment#indiacraft#indiaart#handloomsectorofindia#khadimovement#deshaj2016#moram#ilovemytribe ❤#freedom#indigenouswomen#swadeshiwomen#textiledesign
Picked up CDs with my name on them yesterday - and it's not written in texta!!! I'm super proud to be part of this project and what has come out of it. The interplay between our different cultural and artistic backgrounds has led to some very interesting material.
We're launching 2pm next Sunday 26 Aug at Judith Wright Centre as part of @qldpoetryfest - watch this space for a preview next week
Festival pagelaran budaya mentawai
Busana atau pakaian adat merupakan simbol sandang pada suatu daerah yang memiliki identitas dan ciri khas sebagai simbol suatu tradisi masing-masing daerah
Bagi suku mentawai pakaian adat merupakan suatu yang sangat sakral karena keterikatan dan keseimbangan dengan alam
Budaya yang kian hari terkikis sembari perkembangan zaman membuat generasi malupakan adat dan tradisi yang luhur,modernisasi telah menelan tradisi dan istiadat sehingga gampang bagi anak muda mengadopsi budaya luar yang anarkis.
Ingat zaman boleh berganti,kewarganegaraan bisa diganti,agama bisa berubah,bahkan jenis kelamin bisa diubah, tetapi SUKU dan ADAT ISTIADAT mu mustahil bisa diganti, kecuali anda telah kehilangan jati diri
Sebab budaya bukanlah sebuah Atribut semata melainkan identitas yang tak pernah terpisahkan.
***Listen in live and digital tomorrow night (Thursday) Kritty is gonna play ‘Yaegl Biirrinba’ by Maclean’s 380 Crew on TOPS @triple_j_unearthed radio from 5.30pm AEST. Listen in peeps. *** #yaegl#love#tripleJ#tops#kritty triplejunearthed.com/program/tops
1 IDENTIFY: The Tatoo of Dayak Iban
Bukan hanya sekedar karya seni, tato bagi masyarakat Dayak di Kalimantan memiliki makna religius dan identitas kesukuan. Jejak tato Bunga Terong atau Ukir Degok masih dapat ditemui di komunitas Dayak Iban daerah Kapuas Hulu, perbatasan Malaysia-Indonesia. Meski praktek tradisional ini kian menghilang akibat modernitas, Hendra tetap mempertahankan cara membuat rajah Dayak Iban melalui menggunakan hand tapping. Film ini akan membongkar stigma negatif yang masih lekat di masyarakat tentang tato, dan membuka pengetahuan bahwa tato adalah bagian dari identitas diri masyarakat adat.
2. THE ANSWER : Dayak Maanyan
Sesudah mengunjungi suku Shuar di Santiago, The Answer Project melanjutkan perjalanan untuk mendapatkan jawaban tentang filosofi hidup, kasih dan kebahagiaan dari Suku Dayak Maanyan di Barito Timur, Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Film-film tentang kedua suku Dayak ini akan tayang di Cinema XXI tanggal 29-30 Agustus 2018. Ayo beli tiketmu sekarang via online atau langsung ke kounter di lobby 21.
Continually give reverence. Be consciously aware of the summoning that brought you forth. For you are the most holy place of pilgrimage. The Ancients wish for you to enter the Temple of Holies; where each breath is adoration of the infinite for the incarnate form✨🙏🏾
Warrior and Healer - for me this is the intersection of flesh and spirit. Tonight I had a wonderful conversation with my Artist friend who gifted me with the imagery of sweeping the temple and making clean the holy ground. We played with this image and could easily see the dust coming up were fragments of old patterns, negative situations, painful hurts, toxic relationships and so on. We both began to understand our GRIT of annoyance and anger and frustration and just... GRRR... I could feel a cough begin to choke me with everything we were pulling up from the ground. .
And just when insecurities began to have voice, She said, “you are the temple, I am the Temple and we have to get that dusty shit out.” .
I couldn’t agree more. So let us bless Bc as it is in me, it is in you. As you heal - I heal. As I heal you heal. For we are One. .
Thank my stars that the protection of my Grandmothers prayers are still covering me. Bless the ordination of my Grandfathers who have given me the benediction of life. I am grateful to cast the storms and sit with lightening in my hands as Madre Oya would decree. Praise to Papa Chango for striking the fire of intelligence into my life. .
We are the incarnation of immortality. I refuse to surrender my peace and my power to anyone but that which I have been summoned to. KNOW THYSELF. KNOW YOURE HOLY. .
Thank you @artlush.ashford - for being all the energies. I love you 💕 .