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Linda is a Larrakia woman, from the Dangalaba mob. She is from the Yirrabandu family group. Her areas of expertise include: Bush tucker workshop facilitation Public art Family & Culture Linda’s mother and grandmother had a big influence on her. From a young age she learned about animal tracks. Linda’s grandmother was a woman’s ceremony […]
Dianne Quall (affectionately known as ‘Deede’) is a Larrakia woman. Her areas of expertise include: Art workshop facilitator Exhibiting artist Art demonstrations Public art projects Bush Tucker workshop facilitator Family Dianne’s mother is a Larrakia woman and her father is of Fillipino descent on his father’s side and his mother is from the Lake […]
Shane belongs to Oenpelli community from Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. His skin Name is Ngagamadung, and his totem is the Rainbow Serpent. Shane was born in Darwin but grew up in Queensland. Shane is an artist who sells his paintings through Larrakia Nation. Shane’s interest in painting began in his early 20s. His uncle taught Shane to […]
Dianne Borella was born and raised in Darwin. Her ancestry is from the Torres Strait with links to Broome. Her areas of expertise includes: Cross cultural awareness presentations Workshop facilitation in cultural awareness “I was elected as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Regional Councillor for the Darwin Ward of Yilli Rreung Regional Council for a three […]
This short video begins with a segment of a Welcome Country Speech by June Mills and then shows the Kenbi Dancers in action. The Kenbi Dancers are from the Belyuen community – across Port Darwin from the city of Darwin, on the eastern side of Cox Peninsula (128 km by road from Darwin). They perform traditional […]
Donna Jackson is a Larrakia woman from the Browne family. Her areas of expertise include: Welcome To Country speeches Bush tucker tastings, walks & lectures History and environment walks & lectures Cross-cultural training presentations Donna holds a diploma in Applied Science: Natural & Cultural Resource Management – from Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE). Work with Larrakia Nation […]
Bilawara Lee is a Larrakia Elder, international author and workshop presenter on the wisdoms of ancient teachings Bilawara’s expertise includes: Welcome to Country speeches Healing workshops and lectures Cultural presentations Smoking ceremonies Healing Bilawara is acknowledged and respected as a community communicator, healer and teacher of the ancient wisdoms of Aboriginal spirituality and healing. She is the Elder on […]
Sandy Japanardi Walker comes from Alice Springs, Northern Territory and now resides in Darwin. Sandy’s expertise includes: Art for exhibition Art workshop facilitation (community services) Sandy paints on canvas and on didgeridoos. He is also employed by Larrakia Nation in the Outreach Services’ Watch House division. He also facilitates the Arts in the Grass program on […]
Stuart McGrath is from Elcho Island, is an island off the coast of Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. Stuart is a Yolngu man from the Gumatj Clan. His areas of expertise include: Exhibiting artist (painted carvings) Carvings by commission Corporate awards, trophies and gifts Artistic career In 2012 Stuart decided to focus on developing his […]
Bongolinj-bongolinj “One Mob Different Country” dance group performing madjandemed ‘Gilbert’s lizard (tata lizard)’ – video published 12.7.2012 courtesy of nakangila One Mob Different Country is a program that has been operating out of the Darwin Correctional Centre (DCC) for approximately 12 years. The program allows low-security Indigenous prisoners who have demonstrated good behaviour to take part […]