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Posts tagged "Baniyala"

Fiona Hall, Jorg Schmeisser&John Wolseley at work

This termite mound has been well and truly captured from all angles. It can now be seen in various beautiful etching plates currently being drawn in Darwin at Basil Hall Editions, during a frantic 10 day period in late October. The artists are here courtesy of Nomad Art Productions, who arranged the funding and organised...

John Wolseley starts to sketch at Baniyala

After two days of talks and exploration, the artists began to draw and work on plates and acetate at the VOQ (visitors centre) and in our campsite. We were joined each day by Djambawa, Marrirra Marawili, Mulkun Wirrpanda, Kathy Marawili and Marrnyula Munungurr. In late October John and Fiona will work with BHE staff in...

Djambawa introduces us to his country

Seen here are Jorg Schmeisser (back), Fiona Hall (hat), Djambawa Marawili and Howard Morphy during Djambawa’s generous introductory walk and talk through important burial grounds and significant sites along the beach at Baniyala. Official photographer, Peter Eve’s camera can also be spotted (and a bit of Peter).

Campsite at Baniyala October 2009

A view of the new camp set up at Baniyala by the community led by Djambawa Marawili. Basil’s sleeping platform is on the left. The camp has showers, toilets, a camp kitchen and eating shelter and is only a short walk from the beach and the visitors’ centre, where we held our workshop. A group...