Culture

Last changed on Thu, 01/01/1970 - 09:30

This category is used for customary law and the protocols and stories associated with ancestral beings, sites, tracks, animals and vegetation.

Community
PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Oral history
Summary
Bardi Jawi Jawal oral history from Alma Ejai.
Community
PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Oral history
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Minyawe Miller tells the Rawa lizards story on location.
Community
PAKAM Archive
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Community events, Culture, Music Recordings
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Traditional dances held to celebrate the 21st anniversary of Mangkaja Arts in Fitzroy Crossing 6th November 2012.
Community
PAKAM Archive
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Bush tucker, Community, Culture, Oral history
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Video about women's art group and the art produced to highlight the importance of the bush tucker within the IPA. Winner of the "Special Video Award' for the 13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, Oral history
Summary
Russell "Wossie" Davey is a Bardi man and carver of traditional materials. He lives in One Arm Point on the Dampier Peninsula, which is north of Broome.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, Oral history
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This is a story about the Kwini Rock Art with Ian Waina who explains what the different rock art means. (2010)
Community
PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Oral history
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Wandoo Wahpup is a collaborative work between Edwin Lee Mulligan, an award winning up and coming artist, visionary poet and performer, and Clint Dixon, a documentary film maker working as cameraman and editor for Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Culture, Oral history, zDeceased
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In the middle of the night Babiduwarrida was sleeping, he was dreaming a song (Maru). This song was travelling to him, coming from a spiritual place called Yatangal.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Oral history
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A short animation about two old men and a whale.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Oral history
Summary
Brendan Chaquebor is a Bardi elder from Djarindjin community on the Dampier Peninsula and explains the 7 clans of the Bardi tribe, the Bardi rules of inheritance of responsibility for country and the importance of looking after country.