A collection of videos relating to Australian Aboriginal art, culture, communities and artists.
Lajamanu Community in Northern Territory – Home to Warlpiri people
The startling Tjungungutja exhibition – comprising of over 130 paintings, rare cultural artefacts and historical ephemera – reveals a collection that has been shrouded in mystery, controversy and intrigue for over 40 years. An extraordinary insight into the genesis of the contemporary Aboriginal art movement.
Animated visual showing the population of the world land mass.
Research with Aboriginal DNA reveals the earliest migrations to Australia.
A brief history of the Aborigines of Australia.
Spinifex resin is a remarkable organic product traditionally used by Aboriginal people.
An exhibition of works by George Tuckerbox and painters from Camel Camp, Utopia.
Time lapse video showing artist Judy Watson Napangardi at work.
A short video from 2011 showing Nellie Marks Nakamarra working on her painting ‘Travelling Through My Country’.
ABC interview with Colin Jones, a lecturer in Aboriginal History.
Aboriginal artist Sarrita King and her label commission from Pommery Champagne.
A short video showing Ronnie Tjampitjinpa working on his painting Tingari in 2012.
An exhibition of works by Rosella Namok and painters from Lockhart River.
ABC interview with Ken Mulvaney, archaeologist, looking at the rock art of the Burrup Peninsula. 2015.
Sarrita King explains her Fire Series paintings.
Uluru – The iconic landmark of Central Australia, located on traditional Aboriginal lands
The work of Sarrita King and Tarisse King, as featured in their third exhibition at Japingka Gallery.