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09Aug

Aunty Fay Carter, Yorta Yorta and Dja Dja Wurrung Senior Elder honoured in Her Place Women’s M

Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation is proud to share that Aunty Fay Carter will be giving the Welcome to Country at the launch of the Her Place Woman’s Museum: Women of Influence exhibition on Saturday 12 August 2017 at 3pm. Aunty Fay, for more than 40 years, has helped strengthen families, reform welfare programs, set the standard for Aboriginal aged care services and win land rights. The Warehouse – Clunes, Esmond Gallery 36 Fraser Street, Clunes, Ph. 5345 3359 Opening hours: Monday 10am to 6pm Tuesday CLOSED Wednesday 10am to 4pm Thursday 10am to 6pm (except for scheduled public […]

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13Jan

Tram artist chosen – Bendigo Advertiser article

Tram artist chosen The tram will celebrate local Aboriginal culture and history.       DESIGN WORK: Artist Natasha Carter will design the interior and exterior panels of the future Dja Dja Wurrung tram. Pictures: DARREN HOWE to view the original article please follow the link below: http://www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au/story/4395511/tram-artist-chosen/?cs=80#slide=1 

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06Jan

‘Into the Aboriginal world’ – Victoria’s secret emerges from lake and creek | Ji

‘Into the Aboriginal world’ – Victoria’s secret emerges from lake and creek | by Chris Johnston   Jida Murray Gulpilil bathes himself in the thick, fragrant smoke from a pile of burning gum leaves beside a creek in the backwoods of northern Victoria. For him this is the smell of home. The past, but also the future. “Come,” he says. “Get in the smoke. Cleanse our spirits, let the ancestors know we are here. Maybe they will guide us and show us things we have never seen before. I am going to take you into the Aboriginal world, and this is […]

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06Jan

Trees make a link: Relocation Represents Continuing strength

Trees Make a Link Sharon Kemp | Bendigo Weekly | 21-Dec-2016 | Comments STANDING two 600-year-old scar trees at Ulumbarra is the culmination of more than two years of work, and links two multi-million-dollar projects, and indigenous culture to European infrastructure. The Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation identified the trees – a river red gum and a yellowbox – during a cultural heritage survey of land subject to works building the $86 million Ravenswood Interchange. “These two trees were just too good to be lost and let go and so bringing them here keeps their spirits alive,” corporation chairman Trent […]

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