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Djuki Mala Djuki Mala i(10603433 works by) (Organisation) assertion (a.k.a. The Chooky Dancers)
Heritage: Aboriginal
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'Direct from Elcho Island, Djuki Mala (Djuki meaning 'Chooky' with a Yolngu accent and Mala meaning 'mob') perform a high-energy and stunning fusion of traditional Indigenous culture, contemporary dance and storytelling. SInce tehir 2007 clip of 'Zorba the Greek' went viral, they're thrilled audiences with reinterpretations of popular culture and traditional dances in a way that juxtaposes contemporary Yolngu culture.'

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Personal Awards

2019 recipient National Indigenous Music Awards Special Recognition Award
2018 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Arts Projects Organisations $84,234.00

2016 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships Literature Board Grants Post-APAM Touring Fund $35,000.00
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