At the end of each year I like to look back and see what happened, the places I’ve been, the works I have done, the experiences I’ve been through. It is a way of reflecting on the relevant moments and experiences of the year, good and not so good ones and get the balance of […]
This is one of the hardest decisions I have ever took. I’m selling this Djalu Gurruwiwi Yidaki that I bought back in 2009 when I had a workshop with him at Aboriginal Arts, in London. The instrument is signed by Djalu, his wife Dopiya Gurruwiwi who painted the instrument, Balpatji Gurruwiwi that adopted me in […]
The Walkabout Family is following a dream – to move to London to learn more about the work they love to do, to use arts to work with groups. It’s a big step but many friends have been supporting us in many ways so we decided to giveaway a didgeridoo, a pair of clapsticks and […]
Dubravko Lapaine is certainly one of the most innovative and original didgeridoo players of our time. He just released a new album, listen to it to get an insight of where the boundaries can be pushed to when it comes to didgeridoo playing!
An aboriginal woman, Cherry Daniels, 68, speaks about how Bush Tucker or Bush Food helped to improve her diabetes. A 6 minute trip into bush medicine in Northern Territory, Australia. Just one more great work from the Skinnyfish Music. Skinnyfish Music is a Darwin-based company which records and promotes the work of indigenous musicians. The […]