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.

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PAKAM Archive
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Community events, Culture, Music concerts, Music Recordings
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Kallem Mungulu performing live at the Mowanjum Festival 2019.
Community
PAKAM Archive
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Community, Culture, Oral history
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Ashley Hunter is a Bardi man and an aspiring artist. He lives in One Arm Point on the Dampier peninsula, which is north of Broome. He is a very talented artist who paints on canvas. Like many artist in his genre, Ashley paints what he sees and feels.
Community
PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Oral history
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Warnman Language story told by Minyawe Miller on Punmu Lake.
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Oral history
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The making of the "Whirlpool" animation - The Drowning of Constable McLeay in 1932 told by John Boxer in Bardi in 1070, subtitled
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Music video clips
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PAKAM recording engineers Tonchi McIntosh & Trevor Ishiguchi recorded Gabriel Nodea in Warmun in 2011 for the PAKAM Music Volume 3 compilation.
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PAKAM Archive
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Community, Culture, Media history
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Wati and the Ngarlis was produced by group of delegates at the 13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival held in Umuwa, South Australia in October 2011. It provides a "Charlie's Angels' perspective on the history and status of remote Indigenous Television.
Community
PAKAM Archive
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Culture, Oral history, zDeceased
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A beautiful video from the Uunguu Rangers about working on Wunumbal Gaambera Country.
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture, zDeceased
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Tjawa Tjawa is a traditional story from Western Australia about a group of women who travelled from Roebourne to the Great Sandy Desert in search of husbands.
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PAKAM Archive
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Culture
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Dreaming story in Warnman Language
Boys doing Emu Dance, Irrunytju 2009
Community
First Nations Media History Archive
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Community events, Culture
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Boys doing Emu Dance at 2009 Ngaanyatjarraku Turlku Purtingkatja (Ngaanyatjarra Music and Culture Festival), held in Irrunytju October 2009