Just in…Newly published and released collaborative book of poetry by our very own director and artist Charmaine Papertalk Green and Mr John Kinsella “ART is the second collaborative poetry work from Charmaine Papertalk Green and John Kinsella. It is a formidable call and response piece that builds on the stunning dialogue the two authors began […]
Archive for the ‘Community Engagement’ Category
Yamaji art recently facilitated and worked alongside community participants at the Bundiyarra Irra Wangga Language Centre’s, 2 day Aboriginal Women’s Forum out at Gunnadoo Farm. Over the 2 days 20+ participants worked on a community collaborative artwork representing the participants from 11 language groups from all across the Midwest region.
Internationally renowned art directors from Italy have arrived on Yamatji land to listen and learn about Indigenous culture, dance and stories, entwining Yamatji language in a cross-culture opera performance. The Yamatji Language, Song and Dance Project has started after COVID-19 disrupted travel arrangements for the two-way learning experiment. World-renowned opera and music theatre production company […]
“We are delighted to announce that Star Dreaming is a finalist in the Premier’s Science Awards in the Chevron Science Engagement Initiative of the Year category. This recognises an outstanding contribution to community awareness interest & participation in science in Western Australia. Stay tuned, winners announced in August Congratulations to our wonderful team of collaborators!!” […]
Yamaji Art, along with several other key stakeholders and Aboriginal Tourism operators, traveled to Cairn in Queensland Australia to attend the national Australian Indigenous Tourism Conference (AITC). The AITC was hosted by the Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council WAITOC). Themed ‘The Time is Now – Let’s Ignite’, the three day-long conference gave attendee’s thought-provoking […]
“Aboriginal art centres double as “gateways” across WA catering to a tourism market that is keen for an Aboriginal cultural experience, according to manager of Yamaji Art Roni Kerley. Ms Kerley told the WA Regional Tourism Conference on Monday many visitors to WA wanted an indigenous cultural experience, and the network of art centres provided […]