Infographic: Australia's Stolen Generations
A concise overview of the Stolen Generations: When did it happen? Who was taken? How many children were affected? And what were the consequences? High-resolution PDF ready to be printed in A3 or A4. Ideal for lesson preparation, seminars or assignments....
Aborigines are the world's oldest continuous culture, and they arrived in Australia between 40,000 and 60,000 years ago. Learn more with Aborigine pictures.
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Aboriginal people in the Kimberley region are multi-lingual but share religious and other beliefs across the region. | © Argyle Diamonds.
head ornaments of grass and feathers complete ancient aboriginal costumes for the wild duck dance at a corroborree, Central Australia National Geographic 1931
Outback Art – inner centre of centre.
Art from the Australian centre. Outback Art - 'Goanna at Yuramayi' - 1973 Kaapa Tjampitjinpa The Palka Karrinya ( 'beyond Karrinya' ) monolith at Central Mount Wedge. The Palka Karrinya is situated at the entrance to a large gorge which is a sacred site that has been a focal point for ancient Aboriginal ceremony, still practised to this day. Central Mount Wedge is situated in the arid Western Desert of the Northern Territory and is approximately plum centre in the middle of Australia. The…
"King Billy", (a Murchison Aboriginal), W. A. [i.e Western Australia], ca. 1900 [picture]
In 1901 King Billy and his attendant, Robert, represented Geraldton Aborigines for the Perth visit of the Duke and Duchess of York. Perth newspapers record that Billy "carried around a supply of medals, which he retailed at satisfactory prices"
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National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards
The winner of the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Tiwi Island Artist Timothy Cook, with his work "Kulama" at the Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory in Darwin.