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Wanda Gibson Wanda Gibson i(26852373 works by)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Gugu Yimithirr
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'Wanda Gibson is a Nukgal Wurra woman of the Guugu Yimithirr people (on her mum’s side) and lives in Hope Vale on the Cape York Peninsula, QLD. Her dad is a Yuuethawarra man and his country is around Cape Melville. Both of Wanda’s parents were Stolen Generation and were brought to Cape Bedford Mission when they were 10 or 12. Wanda is a master weaver – she weaves baskets, birds, and fish from dried grass. She is also a painter and completed a Diploma of Visual Arts at Cairns TAFE in 2014. Wanda has five kids, eleven grandkids and five great grandkids' (UQP)

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