Kalkaringi Portrait Project

We took photos of people in our community and made posters and stuck them on the water tank at our school. This work was created by Upper Primary school students at Kalkaringi School.

See The World Through Our Eyes

Participants in a SharingStories workshop in Wilcannia took portraits of people in their community, printed the pictures out on a photocopier , stuck them together and pasted them around the town for everyone to see.

Thunderman

This is a story from Elcho Island in the Arnhem Land region of the Northern Territory. The Thunderman is the spirit that brings the rain, enabling life to flourish on the island.

My People, Karajarri

This is a digital story made by Wynston Shoveller from Bidyadanga Community in the Kimberely region of Western Australia. The story is told by Mulardy and sung by his mother Wittadong Mulardy and tells of a massacre that took place at Mowla Bluff.

Emu dreaming Kalkarindji

This movie was made by students at Kalkaringi School. The movie was inspired by the Emu Dreaming story. Students went on an excursion to Seven Mile Creek, where an elder from the community told them the story. He also talked about how the story was told to him when he was young, sitting in the bush, around a fire late at night.

Mokuy

This is a story from Elcho Island in the Arnhem Land region of the Northern Territory, Australia. It is a traditional story about the Mokuy spirits that live in the caves, told by Cynthia Dhamarrandji as a part of SharingStories workshops in 2010.

My Country

Alex made this story about Country in and around Malkgulumbu (Beswick Falls).

The Adventures of Goanna-boy and Spear Girl

This movie was made by students at Pigeon Hole School. It was inspired by the Lardaj (Goanna) Dreaming Story. The students went on an excursion to Table Rock, the place where the Lardaj built a himself a home for shade. The students used the story as inspiration to make an adventure film about a girl looking for the Lardaj.

Emu Dreaming

This movie was made by students at Kalkaringi School. The movie was inspired by the Emu Dreaming story. Students went on an excursion to Seven Mile Creek, where an elder from the community told them the story. He also talked about how the story was told to him when he was young, sitting in the bush, around a fire late at night.