Amy Toensing, uma fotógrafa da National Geographic fala sua experiência enquanto esteve em comunidades aborígenes e da sua relação com a terra e com a cultura. Um excelente vídeo de alguém que vivenciou a cultura aborígene “ao vivo”. Recomendo a todos os curiosos e interessados nesta cultura!
The story of how the turtle got its shell and the echidna got it spines. The song is by the all girl band Wildflower. Related articles Young echidna rescued after getting stuck in wellington boot
Another great work from The Gurrumul Yunupingu Foundation and Skinnyfish Music at Barunga Festival 2014. The Flying Fruit Fly Circus worked with the kids at the festival to create a circus performance.
Another great sharing by Guan Lim from iDidj in his Youtube channel. “But most families do have a didgeridoo”, 1960s Gunabidji people, north-central Arnhem Land This was recorded in the vicinity of the mouth of the Liverpool River in the early 1960s – near what is now known as Maningrida community – on the coast […]
The 2014 Barunga Festival included a school based program supported by the Gurrumul Yunupingu Foundation where young people were given the opportunity record, mix and remix songs. It was a huge success and thank you to the amazing James and Ben who brought the program together.