Artifact’s at the Ganalili

Personal background and family history: Artefact maker My name is Wayne Stevens and my father is Peter Stevens (deceased) who is a Gurruma man. My mother is Julie Malcolm, who is my mum, Berry Malcolm’s sister. Berry and my mum are Yindjibarndi. I have been all over the Yindjibarndi country....

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Yindjibarndi Jewellery

Falt seed Bouhnia (Bean Tree) This tree belongs to the Pilbara and it is a strong medicine. Red/ yellow seed Batwing Tree or Bean Tree Desert people call ninti. Coryrnbia Hamersleyan – Bloodwood, Red sap is called Mardawud in Yindjibarndi and it is a powerful bush medicine. The young leaves...

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Ganalili Centre Opening

FThe Ganalili Centre was officially opened on 7 September 2019 with a community involved event and below are images showing the festivities of the day. The opening was covered by the ABC News highlighting the importance that this centre brings to the Yindjibarndi people and the Roebourne community. Other media...

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NIACA Logo: Working towards Nagtional indigenous Arts

Roebourne Regional Summit

The Australian Council for the Arts invites you to join us at the Roebourne Regional Summit to discuss the development of the national peak body for the first Nations arts and culture, The National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority (NIACA). Date: 16 September 2019Time: 11:00am – 1:00pmVenue: Ganalili CentreAddress: 38...

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