Ngarrindjeri Culture Hub

New online hub for Ngarrindjeri arts and culture

The Ngarrindjeri Culture Hub aims to place Ngarrindjeri arts and culture proudly on the map.

In its first year, the initiative includes a mini-series for ABC iView; a public exhibition 'Ngarrindjeri Yunnan Yarluwar Ruwe - Ngarrindjeri Speaking For Sea-Country', showcasing Ngarrinjderi paintings, carvings, pottery, woven sculptures and digital works; a series of workshops to promote Ngarrindjeri culture; and an online hub.

The first season of videos won the prestigious International Melbourne WebFest award for Best Australian Factual Miniseries 2016 and was shortlisted as finalist for Best Web Series and Best Editing at the South Australian Screen Awards 2016.

The Ngarrindjeri Yunan Yuluwar - Ngarrindjeri Speaking for SeaCountry exhibition opens on 2 June and will run til 16 July at the Murray Bridge Regional Gallery.

Opening celebrations include a Welcome to Country ceremony by Ngarrindjeri elder Major Sumner and the Tal Kin Jeri dancers. 
Opening Speakers are Major Sumner, Clyde Rigney Jnr, CEO, Ngarrindjeri Regional Authority and Mayor Brenton Lewis, Rural City of Murray Bridge.

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