The Willy-Willy and the Ant | Author: Cecilia Egan
This is a story about a willy-willy. When the Willy-willy took the shape of a man he was called Virra Birron. One day he caught a fish but wouldn't share with tiny Mingor. When Virra Birron fell asleep, Mingor stole that fish to share with all the ant people. Virra Birron tore trees up by the roots he was so angry but Mingor and the others built huge ant hills that Virra Birron couldn't knock down and there they live safe today.
This legend has been adapted to be read and understood by children.
Author: Cecilia Egan and Elizabeth Alger
NIRIN: 22nd Biennale of Sydney 2020
The 22nd Biennale of Sydney is an expansive artist- and First Nations-led exhibition of contemporary art that connects local communities and global networks. Brook Andrew, one of Australia’s most distinguished...
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Ancient Ochres : The Aboriginal Rock Paintings of Mount Borradaile | Author: David Andrew Roberts
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The Mount Borradaile region in the Top End of Australia's Northern Territory contains some of the world's most spectacular and elaborate rock paintings. Unrivalled in terms of variety and vividness,...