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Aboriginal Land Rights
5 Jan 2008
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Bourke Aboriginal Health Services were created 21 years ago for and by the Aboriginal Community. But services are also open to non-indigenous people and visitors passing through Bourke. For more information please visit www.bahs****.au. Produced by www.authenticholidayfilms****
11 Aug 2008
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About the didgeridoo: *******www.oddmusic****/didgeridoo Aboriginal artist and musician Jeremy Donovan playing didgeridoo. For more information about Jeremy, his artwork, music, and live multimedia presentations, please visit: *******www.jeremydonovan****.au/
30 Apr 2009
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The unique, rugged landscape of Western Australia’s outback is an artist’s palette of rusty red deserts, open blue skies, and lush green foliage – it’s no wonder that the Aboriginal natives of Australia’s far west are renowned for their ancient Indigenous art. Indigenous art galleries are establishing themselves all over Western Australia, showcasing some of the finest contemporary Aboriginal art throughout the country. The Kimberley Aboriginal Artists is an alliance of four Aboriginal art galleries in the region that are committed to producing, showcasing and selling Aboriginal artworks. As this video shows, The Waringarri Arts Centre in Kununnura is at the forefront of ensuring the ethical trade of authentic Aboriginal art, as well as maximising the benefit for artists and the local community.
2 Feb 2009
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The Top End of Australias Northern Territory is home to a wealth of Aboriginal art that reflects the spirit of the people and the intense connection they have with the land. From ancient dot paintings derived from drawings in the desert sand through to more contemporary bark paintings, each piece offers a glimpse into the rich history of the Aboriginal people and the Dreamtime stories of the worlds oldest living culture thought to be more than 50,000 years old. Aboriginal artwork was traditionally used as a teaching tool to pass on knowledge regarding ownership, responsibilities, beliefs and practices. It revealed a range of ancestral stories that had been passed down through generations, explaining connections with the land, tribal customs and traditional law. Today Aboriginal art has firmly made its way onto the international indigenous art scene. Referred as the Dreamtime, these stories are the gateway to understanding the rich history and beliefs of the Aboriginal people. Exploring Aboriginal art in the Territorys Top End will take you across wetlands and billabongs, along spectacular sandstone escarpments to the woodland savannah country. Take up the trail in Darwin and see the stunning collections at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory before browsing the numerous galleries. Home to various Aboriginal language groups for more than 40,000 years, Kakadu National Park houses one of the worlds largest collections of Aboriginal rock art. The art sites were integral to Kakadu achieving its World Heritage status. A visit is best started at the Bowali Cultural Centre near Jabiru or the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre near Cooinda. Arnhem Land, one of the largest Aboriginal Reserves in Australia, is a region also rich with Aboriginal culture and art. This remote region features several world renowned Aboriginal art centre including Injalak Arts, Maningrida Arts and Buku Larrngay Mulka at Yirrkala. All offer opportunities to meet artists who create unique pandanus mats and baskets, bark paintings and distinctive carvings while experiencing their unique community lifestyle. Whether visiting the world-class galleries of Darwin; the renowned rock art sites in the National Parks or seeing the remote Aboriginal communities of Arnhem Land and Tiwi Islands, each trip will represent a unique and exciting experience.
7 Nov 2009
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Taking Action-Aboriginal Youth HIV awareness Stop Motion movie made by the aboriginal youth of Kahnawake/Montreal
17 Jun 2009
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Formosan Aborigine’s Iconic Designs and Craft Arts (In Tayal). Episode: 1075, Air Date: 24 August 2009
28 Oct 2009
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Filmed in Western Australia, this video shows how the indigenous peoples of Australia would cook mullet fish. It's cooking aboriginal style.
16 Feb 2010
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Australian Walkabout Wildlife Park Aboriginal Experience
3 Mar 2010
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The documentary featuring aboriginal artists of the heavy metal community. located in Alberta depth look at the lives and talents of native american heavy metal musicians
19 Mar 2010
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Aboriginal Britain
2 Jul 2010
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this aborigines slum at Kaohsiung city, why they come from mountain to city? please watch
12 Aug 2016
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Our guides are experienced Kakadu & Top End tour guides and have excellent knowledge about the region and the Aboriginal people who have occupied the land for thousands of years. We specialise in Kakadu, Arnhemland and Litchfield Expeditions and have special access permits that allow us to take you off the well-travelled path and into areas that are both environmentally and culturally sensitive.
9 Jun 2017
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Mark Parriss raps out his message to the world, he is a student Southern Cross University, Australia.
1 Feb 2007
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Dancing Americas explores the relationships of the First Peoples of the Americas through the metaphor of the Monarch butterfly that lives in south central Canada and migrates annually to Mexico. The dance piece draws on the possibilities of exchange along pre-contact trade routes. The Monarch is an inspired metaphor for migration, generation, metamorphosis and beauty. Four performers from Canada and four performers from Mexico combine forces to create and shape this contemporary stage phenomenon. Dancing Americas is set to original, live music by world famous composer Antonio Zepeda, celebrated for his revival of Mesoamerican and pre-Colombian indigenous music from Mexico.
12 Aug 2009
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*******www.redskyperformance****. This new outstanding dance creation brings together the Indigenous cultures of Canada, Mongolia and China. Tono is heavily grounded in the theme of horse culture, a creature universally regarded as the epitome of strength, grace and beauty, and spans the plains tradition in Asia and North America with a storyline about shamanism on both continents. Inspired by Red Sky artistic director Sandra Laronde's travels to Asia, this three-country project was featured as part of the Closing Ceremonies of the cultural programming of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Tono has also been performed at the 2008 Summer Arts Festival at The Banff Centre, the 2008 Meet in Beijing Festival, the International Arts and Culture Festival in Inner Mongolia, and Toronto's 2009 Luminato Festival. Tono will continue to tour with performances at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, High Performance Rodeo, the Yukon Arts Centre and into Asia in 2010.
13 Aug 2009
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