The Harvesting Traditional Knowledge program is an opportunity for both indigenous and non-Indigenous people to work together and build the two ways of learning…we can communicate and make our voice strong to stand for our art work. To stand for our rights.
Ruth Nalmakarra,ANKAAA Board Member
I’m now using that knowledge back at Ngukurr Arts, especially with artefacts and artworks. It’s really important to have that knowledge.
Alan Joshua,Arts Worker Extenstion Program Graduate, Ngukurr Arts
I want to learn more about computers and gain confidence in public speaking and communicating with others. I also want to learn how to use the SAM database.
Jane Tinmarie-YalungaArts Worker Extension Program
Through this program I want to get more skills and get ideas on how other Art Centres run. I hope it helps me to become the manager of the Art Centre someday.
ANKAAA acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia & recognises their continuing connection to land, waters & community. We pay our respects to them & their cultures; & to elders both past & present.