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Review: 'Found and Gathered: Rosalie Gascoigne | Lorraine Connelly-Northey' at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square, Melbourne. 'Conjoined by more than corrugated iron, more than land, air and clan, their common union is the journey of two creative souls on that golden path of life and the connection of those souls to the cosmos." Photo: Rosalie Gascoigne (Australian born New Zealand, 1917-1999) 'Red beach' 1984 (installation view)
Mohammad Soheili saved to Rosalie Gascoigne
I was conceived in India.I was born in Edinburgh.I had six homes by the time I was 10, from London to Calcutta.I immigrated with my family to Australia at 11.I have lived in three Australian states…
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Explore & Develop Lilyfield are revitalising the Sydney basin Aboriginal language by scattering these language prompts throughout their service. #aboriginallanguages #ourlanguagesmatter #aboriginal #earlychildhoodeducation #earlylearning #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers
During a discussion, someone asked: "Well, what did the Aborigines do with Australia for 60,000 years?" This infographic is your answer. Explore amazing facts about Aboriginal achievements which let them survive in Australia's harsh conditions. They'...
Nicole saved to Aboriginal Perspectives
Originally Published 12 August 2014: So, Who Was Dartambaum? When William Dunn walked in to the Albany Police station on Thursday, April 1st, 1880, he told Sergeant Furlong and…
Demokan Sahilli saved to 4
Bilingual Noongar to English. Local Aboriginal language of the south west of western australia. Posters suitable for educators. Bright colourful illustrations that everyone will love!! $30 for 9 in a set #education #bilingual #language #Aboriginal
Amy Williams saved to Bilingual products
Wingaru Kids provides everything you need to deliver culturally safe and inclusive Aboriginal education to primary school classes.
Caitlin Douglass saved to Class 6
Yamma! You mob seemed to enjoy learning how to count in Dharug and have requested other dialects. Well... ask and you shall receive! This week we learn how to count in Wiradjuri. We would love your input about which nation we should focus on next so shout out below! Mandaang Guwu (Thank You)
Laraine Ross saved to Indigenous ideas