form The Dreamings from the Saltwater Country single work   film/TV   dreaming story  
Alternative title: Narnu-Yuwa ki Anthaa
Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 The Dreamings from the Saltwater Country
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This story is the second part of the Tiger Shark Dreaming song line of kujika. Out on the open sea from the Wearyan River mouth, the Tiger Shark sing dolphins, dugongs, whales and other creatures that live in Yanyuwa country.

Notes

  • This film belongs to Yanyuwa members of the Manankurra Rhumburriya clan and their jungkayi.
  • Editorial note: The Dreamings from the Saltwater Country (Narnu-Yuwa ki Anthaa) is the second section of the Tiger Shark Dreaming song line of kujika. The first section is the The Song of the Tiger Shark at Manankurra (Manankurra Kujika).

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Language: Aboriginal Yanyuwa AIATSIS ref. (N153) (NT SE53-04) , English
Notes:
With English subtitles
  • Appears in:
    y Country Lines Archives Melbourne : Monash University , 2010 Z1855514 2010 website 'The Monash Country Lines Archive (MCLA) is a collaborative Monash University project between the Monash Indigenous Centre (MIC), Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Information Technology with a team of Monash researchers, digital animators and post-graduate students from the Monash Indigenous Centre, Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Information Technology. The Monash Country Line Archive demands intellectual engagement in regards to issues associated with how best to construct a living archive that is a decolonised space in which communities are happy to see their material stored. It also provides an exciting place for scholars to work and share knowledge'.
    (Source: Monash University website www.infotech.monash.edu.au)
    Melbourne : Monash University , 2010
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