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31 December 2021

Victoria Together: Djirri Djirri Wurundjeri Women’s Dance Group

‘the Djirri Djirri dancers‘ By Djirri Djirri Wurundjeri Women’s Dance GroupVictoria Together: Art Place and Ideas The Djirri Djirri dancers are the only Wurundjeri female dance group, and also Traditional Custodians of Narrm (Melbourne). Djirri Djirri means Willy Wagtail in Woiwurrung, the language of Wurundjeri people. Our dances are created to honour our Liwik (Ancestors), […]

30 December 2021

Artist interview: Kent Morris

Artist Kent Morris (Barkindji) discusses his work for WILAM BIIK WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. Header image: Kent Morris (Barkindji) Barkindji Blue Sky – Ancestral Connections #11 2021, installation view, WILAM BIIK, TarraWarra […]

30 December 2021

Artist interview: Arika Waulu

Artist Arika Waulu (Koolyn, Gunnai, Djap Wurrung, Peek Wurrung, Dhauwurd Wurrung)  discusses their work for WILAM BIIK WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. Header image: Artwork: Arika Waulu (Koolyn, Gunnai, Djap Wurrung, Peek Wurrung, […]

9 November 2021

Artist interview: Steven Rhall

Artist Steven Rhall (Taungurung) discusses his work for WILAM BIIK WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. Header image: Steven Rhall (Taungurung) Of the Earth 2021, installation view, WILAM BIIK, TarraWarra Museum of Art, 2021Courtesy […]

9 November 2021

Artist interview: Rhiannon Williams

Artist Rhiannon Williams (Waradjuri and Wakaman) discusses her WILAM BIIK works WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. Header image: Rhiannon Williams (Wiradjuri and Wakaman) (left to right): Rebirth 1, Rebirth, Rebirth 2, Written on […]

9 November 2021

Artist interview: Deanne Gilson

Artist Deanne Gilson (Wadawurrung) discusses her work for WILAM BIIK WILAM BIIK is an exhibition of cultural consciousness and knowledge, of an unsevered connection between First Peoples of South East Australia and their Country, over thousands of generations. Header image: Deanne Gilson (Wadawurrung) installation view, WILAM BIIK TarraWarra Museum of Art, 2021. Courtesy of the artist. […]

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