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Rosie Ferber Ampetyane Rosie Ferber Ampetyane i(A134947 works by)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Arrernte
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Rosie Ferber Ampetyane has worked as an artist, writer and translator. Ampetyane belongs to Alice Springs, also known as Mparntwe country and Arrernte people. With her sister Alison Ferber, Rosie used her art to demonstrate the strength of Arrernte culture at the 1997 Federal Court hearing of the Alice Springs Arrernte Native Title application. Rosie Ferber Ampetyane was the writer, illustrator and translator of Yiye Arltyerrengentyele.

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