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Yalangbara

Yalangbara

art of the Djang"kawu

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Published by Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory in Darwin, N.T .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Art, Aboriginal Australian,
  • Rirratjingu (Aboriginal people) -- Northern Territory -- Yirrkala

  • Edition Notes

    Statementproduced in partnership with Banduk Marika and other members of the Rirratjingu clan, north-east Arnhem Land ; edited by Margie West.
    ContributionsMarika, Banduk, 1954-, West, Margie., Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN7401 .Y35 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination206 p. :
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23198190M
    ISBN 109780980384673
    LC Control Number2009286813

      The book is the first Indigenous art publication to focus on one significant ancestral site. It has been produced on behalf of members of the Rirratjingu clan to celebrate Yalangbara (Port Bradshaw), the landing site of the Djang’kawu ancestors; the law-givers and progenitors of the people throughout north-east Arnhem Land. I have no idea what's up with the Breaking Dawn book by Stephanie Meyer. It is a release, but the title used to be Virtuoso and the author is Charlotte Hymes, but the author herself changed the book description to make it look similar to the Twilight series. No clue what's going on there.

    Biography. Mawalan Marika was born in in Yirrkala. His clan falls under the Dhuwa moiety, one of the two moieties found in Arnhem Land. In addition to being an important asset to many anthropologists including Charles P. Mountford and Ronald Berndt, he was one of the most prominent political activists of his time. Marika was a signatory of the Yirrkala bark petitions sent to the. Yalangbara. Temporary Exhibition | Updated 7 years ago. Mawalan 1 Marika. Djang'kawu, 'Ancestral Being of the Dhuwa Moiety' Carvings Yalangbara: Art of the Djang'kawu is an exhibition that goes to the heart of Aboriginal culture. The Marika family, who are part of the Yolngu people of North-East Arnhem Land, are well-known and highly regarded for their stunning traditional artwork.

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Yalangbara is a project that I thought about back in – I had spoken about this idea since my brother, Wandjuk Marika, passed away in I wanted to see it become a reality because Yalangbara is the most important site in the north-east Arnhem Land for Dhuwa moiety people.

Author: Margie West ISBN: Publication Date: Dec Edition: Course/Units. 'Yalangbara' is the first Indigenous art Yalangbara book to focus upon one significant ancestral site. It has been produced on behalf of members of the Rirratjingu clan to celebrate Yalangbara (Port Bradshaw), the landing site of the Djang’kawu ancestors; the law-givers and progenitors of the people throughout north-east Arnhem Land.

Their creative activities are depicted by three generations of. In 64 libraries. "Yalangbara is the first indigenous art publication to focus upon one significant ancestral site. It has been produced on behalf of members of the Rirratjingu clan to celebrate Yalangbara (Port Bradshaw), the landing site of the Djangkawu ancestors, the law-givers and progenitors of the people throughout north-east Arnhem Land.

Their creative activities are depicted by three. Yalangbara: art of the Djang'kawu / produced in partnership with Banduk Marika and other members of the Rirratjingu clan, north-east Arnhem Land ; edited by Margie West Charles Darwin University Press Darwin, N.T Australian/Harvard Citation.

Marika, Banduk. & West, Margaret K. & Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. The catalogue Yalangbara: Art of the Djang’kawu has been produced on behalf of members of the Rirratjingu clan to celebrate Yalangbara (Port Bradshaw), the landing site of the Djang’kawu ancestors; the lawgivers and progenitors of the Rirratjingu and other people throughout north-east Arnhem Land.

‘Macassans’ of Sulawesi. The first exhibition of the two, Yalangbara: Art of the Djang’kawu, was held at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra. Yalangbara showcases artworks by the Marika family from northeast Arnhem Land, depicting the journey of the Djang’kawu ancestors.

The Djang’kawu are. Yalangbara: Art of the Djang'kawu was an exhibition of captivating Aboriginal artworks by the Marika family from north-east Arnhem Land exploring the journey of the Djang'kawu ancestors. Yalangbara was on show at the National Museum of Australia from 7 December to 25 September in the First Australians Focus Gallery.

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$ $ Quantity. Add to Cart. YALANGBARA ART OF THE DJANGKAWU. View full product details. Shop our e-text books for your CDU course needs. Quick Links. Search. Yalangbara is the most culturally significant of the Marika's three separate clan estates. The yaku bathala (big name) of Yalangbara was bestowed by the Djang'kawu upon the greater Port Bradshaw region, including the eastern peninsula, Laluway Bay and adjacent coast.

The name also has a number of different applications depending upon context. "Yalangbara is the first indigenous art publication to focus upon one significant ancestral site.

It has been produced on behalf of members of the Rirratjingu clan to celebrate Yalangbara (Port Bradshaw), the landing site of the Djangkawu ancestors, the law-givers and progenitors of the people throughout north-east Arnhem Land.

Yalangbara from The Bicentennial Folio: Prints by Twenty-Five Australian Artists Yalangbara c is a rare collaborative painting using a conventional style of composition in which the bark surface is divided into eight sections, each of which has been completed by one artist.

The painting tells a creation story of the Djang’kawu, the major creative beings for the people of the Dhuwa moiety in eastern Arnhem Land (Indigenous people of north-east Arnhem Land are known.

Her book, Yalangbara: Art of the Djang’kawu, was joint winner of the Chief Minister's Northern Territory Book History Awards. [11] In April Marika received an honorary doctorate from Flinders University for "her remarkable contributions as a First Nations.

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Edited by Marshall Clark and Sally K. May. Macas. san History and Heritage Yalangbara showcases artworks by the Marika family from northeast Arnhem since been published in the classic book in the field, The Voyage to Marege’: Macassan trepangers in. Shelf life: novelist Hanya Yanagihara on living w books The A Little Life author opens the doors to her one-bedroom New York apartment.

Megan Morton. Witiyana Marika is a founding member of Yothu Yindi and a ceremonial leader of the Rirratjingu clan at Yirrkala. ‘People are fishing, catching mud crabs, oysters, stingray, mangrove worms Author: Lorena Allam.

Yalangbara earth pigments on eucalyptus bark Details Place made Yirrkala, north east Arnhem Land, Northern Territory Medium earth pigments on eucalyptus bark Dimensions x cm. It was her deep love of Yalangbara and desire to protect its pristine environment that resulted in the Yalangbara: art of the Djang’kawu exhibition.

This is the first major survey exhibition devoted to the Marikas and traces the Djang’kawu journey across the fifty or so named sites in the Yalangbara .This book presents - for the first time - the exquisite bark paintings of 15 View full product details.

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