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Alternative title: Tjukurpa Tjapintja Wiya : Minyma Anapalanya Ngurara Tjutangku Warka Palyantja Craftroomangka
Issue Details: First known date: 1999 1999
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AbstractHistoryArchive Description

This is a collection of life stories in both written and illustrative form from the women and men of Ernabella, in northern South Australia. The stories tell of the interaction between white and black women that led to the establishment and development of a significant school of Australian art, Ernabella Art Inc, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1998. From 'first missionary coming', through the terror of the nearby atomic bomb tests in the 1950s, to the commercial and artistic successes of the 1990s, the stories speak of great losses and regrets, but also of remarkable achievements, and of the skill and strength of the individuals whose voices we hear.
Source: Publishers Note

Contents

* Contents derived from the Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,: Aboriginal Studies Press , 1999 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Someone Caring For Us, Alec Minutjukur , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 1)
Living in a Bush Hut, Nura Rupert , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 2-4)
White Man is Coming (Nura Rupert's Story), Nura Rupert , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 5-16)
About Mission Times, Alec Minutjukur , Tjikalyi Tjapiya , Margaret Dagg , Wally Dunn , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 17-18)
A Day in Mission Times, Tjikalyi Tjapiya , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 21-22)
Putting the Stick Down, Yangkuyi Yakiti , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 23-24)
We Had No Money But Good Work, Yangkuyi Yakiti , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 25)
All that Work, Nura Ward , Alison Curley , Kunmanara Brumby , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 26-28)
Things Have Changed, Alec Minutjukur , Wally Dunn , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 29-30)
The Story of Ernabella Arts, Makinti Minutjukur , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 31-33)
Tjulkiwa's Father's Story of Aralya, 1999 single work oral history (p. 52-55)
Our Design, Alison Curley , Tjikalyi Tjapiya , Kunmanara Brumby , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 56)
Learning the Design, Margaret Dagg , Alison Curley , Dora Haggie , Ute Eickelkemp (interviewer), 1999 single work oral history (p. 58-60)
Our Lives as Artists, Angkaliya Purampi , Margaret Dagg (interviewer), Ute Eickelkemp (translator), 1999 single work oral history (p. 65-69)
Margaret Dagg, Margaret Dagg , 1999 single work oral history (p. 69)
Marie Warren, Marie Warren , Kanytjupai Armstrong (editor), Nura Ward (translator), 1999 single work oral history (p. 73)
Makinti Minutjukur, Makinti Minutjukur , 1999 single work oral history (p. 74-76)
Lexie Ingkatji, Lexie Ingkatji , Kanytjupai Armstrong (translator), 1999 single work oral history (p. 77-78)
Nyukana Baker, Nyukana Baker , Margaret Dagg (translator), 1999 single work oral history (p. 79-84)
Alison Carroll, Alison Carroll , Kanytjupai Armstrong (translator), 1999 single work oral history (p. 85-86)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Language: Aboriginal Pitjantjatjara , English
Notes:
Text in Pitjantjatjara and English.
Last amended 2 Dec 2015 14:22:47
Subjects:
  • Ernabella / Pukatja, Everard Range, North West South Australia, Far North South Australia, South Australia,
  • 1950-2000
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