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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 Animating Jukurrpa
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'The Animating Jukurrpa website is a showcase of animations created through a project at PAW Media and Communications. The animations here are a mix of stop motion animation and after effects generated animation. Using storytelling modes of sand paintings and paintings on canvas the animations combine traditional storytelling with new technologies in ways that delight the imagination as well as support language and culture.' Source: (Sighted 20/05/2011)


  • This website may contain the voices and images of deceased Warlpiri and Anmatjere persons. Aboriginal viewers should exercise care in viewing the animations.

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