Prof Dori Tunstall presents on the use of Indigenous knowledge in design anthropology
Event summary for “Working with Aboriginal Communities: Incorporating Traditional Knowledge into Practice“, hosted by Melbourne Development Circle
Event Location: Donkey Wheel House, Melbourne CBD
Event Date: September 2, 2014
Prepared by: Chloe Piper, MDC Leader
Walk with Us: Djilpin Arts, the Northern Territory’s globally recognised Aboriginal Corporation located at the remote Beswick (Wugularr) community on the south-west border of Arnhem Land, brings a rich and ancient tapestry of indigenous culture to Federation Square on Thursday 22 & Friday 23 May.
The two day Walk With Us festival showcases traditional song and dance, the first solo exhibition from innovative fibre artist Dorothy Bienuwanga– New Works in Fibre and etchings, silk screens and Japanese woodblock limited edition fine art prints from North-East and West Arnhem Land artists – The Gapu Print Survey – Billabong Series,and the world premiere of Kundirri, a documentary on the life and legacy of artist, musician and custodian, David Blanasi.
More information here: www.fedsquare.com/events/djilpin-arts-walk-with-us/