Frank Multi Clap Sticks Glenelg Art Gallery
Aboriginal Artifacts
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Aboriginal Artifacts Clapsticks – which in some regions are called bilma or bimla – are a traditional percussive instrument used by men and women in all Indigenous Australian communities, usually to maintain rhythmn during vocal chants. They are used in … Read More

Jeannie Wareenie Ross Nampitjinpa
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This painting is about the journey taken by men and women out along the dry river bed to celebrate the Nulla Nulla, a hardwood club (carved from a branch or root) used by Australian Aboriginal people … Read More

Carolanne Ken
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Carolanne Ken Fregon APY Lands South Australia CAROLANNE KEN Date of birth: 1971  Location: Fregon Language group(s): Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara Carolanne Ken is from Fregon on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands, 350m south east of Uluru. Her father’s country is Mulya Ulpa, … Read More

Kali
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Kali with her beautiful “Family, Tree of Life” at the Gallery… Read More

Ruby Donovan
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I have an innate propensity for circular designs as I feel they evoke feeling of calmness.… Read More

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