The latest recipients of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Development program have been announced, helping to support art making, presentation and professional development.
Pictured: Three boys at Iron Knob, photographer - Millie Brown
Six applications in the Project Assistance category were recommended, valued at over $90,000 collectively.
Amongst the successful applicants, Carclew has been awarded $25,000 for their project Tjitjiku Tjukurpa (Children’s Dreaming) Community Celebration.
This funding will assist with a community celebration, which is the culmination of a cultural project to teach and record ancient Inma (dance and song) in Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara languages.
In partnership with Lee-Ann Buckskin and Associates, Carclew has been working with Elders, children and young people in the communities of Amata, Pukatja, Mimili and Davenport to explore the Seven Sisters Dreaming.
Pictured: Seven Sisters Inma session, photographer - Millie Brown
Pictured: Mr Ian Crombie and APY students at Kanku, The Breakaways, Coober Pedy, photographer – Millie Brown
You can view the full list of grant recipients on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Development page.
The 2020 dates for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Development program will be released soon.