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Hatches, matches and despatches

We decided to take 5 with iconic Canberra florist Moxom and Whitney with owners Lou and Belinda to do a Rosie the Riveter photo shoot to prove that We local businesses Can Do It during the COVID [...]

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Wilarra silk scarf by Mulyatingki Marney

Wilarra is the word for moon in Manyjiljarra, and also the name of the site depicted in this work. A cluster of saltwater pools known for their healing properties are found at the site, [...]

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Acrylic Bilum by Wago Segi

This Acrylic Bilum has been made by Wago Segi who works with the Blue Kona Downstairs Cooperative in Goroka which is in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. A popular [...]

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Bilum Acrylic by Nancy Aole

This acrylic bilum has been made by Nancy Aole from the Blue Kona Downstairs cooperative which is located in Goroka in the Eastern Highlands. This is the AK47 design, a reminder [...]

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Acrylic Bilum by Sisina Robin

This Acrylic Bilum has been made by Sisina Robin who sells her bilums in Goroka at the Bilum Market. Goroka is the largest city in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. This [...]

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Martumili collection

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Emu Tracks to Puntawarri Sarong by Judith Anya Samson

Emu Tracks to Puntawarri depicts the significant site, Puntawarri, that lies along the Canning Stock Route, east of the Jigalong community. Puntawarri, a creek and lake site, is known as [...]

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Martumili Collection

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Ngurra tie by Bugai Whyoulter

This is Bugai Whyoulter’s ngurra (home Country), the Country she walked with her family during pujiman (traditional, desert dwelling) times. Whyoulter’s works are mediators [...]

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Kulyakartu Ngurra tie by Wokka Taylor

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This work depicts Kulyakartu, a significant site in the far north of the Martu homelands. During pujiman (traditional, desert dwelling) times, Taylor and [...]