ANKAAA collaborated with the Mulka Project, an Indigenous film crew based at Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre in Yirrkala, to produce a documentary about the first two workshops.
The Mulluwurri Museum: Rediscovering, preserving and sharing cultural knowledge at Jilamara Arts and Craft. Jilamara Arts and Craft, Tiwi, Northern Territory, Australia 27 May 2014.
A fourth mini-workshop was held at Jilamara Arts and Craft on Melville Island, Tiwi Islands, with a focus on digital archiving and community collections. Community collections are a priority for Aboriginal Art Centres, as most communities wish to preserve the traditional knowledge associated with art works and artefacts produced. This knowledge relates to skills and knowledge […]
In September 2013, the Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists Aboriginal Corporation (ANKAAA) held its second ‘Harvesting Traditional Knowledge’ workshop, together with Mowanjum Spirit of the Wandjina Aboriginal Corporation and the Centre for Materials Conservation, University of Melbourne.
A third mini-workshop was held at the ANKAAA Annual conference at Mt. Bundy Station in November 2013. Led by master string makers Regina Wilson (Durrmu Arts, Peppimenarti), Lily Roy (Milingimbi Art and Culture) and Judy Manany (Elcho Island Art and Craft), the workshop brought together artists, two conservation professionals, a local ethnobotanist and an anthropologist.
In May 2013, the Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists Aboriginal Corporation (ANKAAA), together with Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre and the Centre for Materials Conservation, University of Melbourne, organised a 2.5-day workshop hosted at Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre. The workshop brought together 15 conservators from big museums and galleries across Australia and over […]