Stories of the Dreaming is a collaboration between Australia's Cultural Network (through the Federal Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts) and the Australian Museum. The stories come from the cultures of Indigenous Australians and have been collected from all over Australia. They reflect an essential part of the life of Indigenous Australians.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander Commission is Australia's main Indigenous agency. ATSIC's site is an
important international resource for information on Indigenous programs,
activities and issues.
The above link goes to the Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre. On the home page is a welcome message as well as several links to culture, didgeridoo, the art gallery and other relevant sites. The Culture link is mainly about Aboriginal Art. It focuses on the Pwerte Marnte Marnte Aboriginal Corporation Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery. The Southern Arrernte Aboriginal tribal group have owned and operated the Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre in Alice Springs since 1995.
The Culture section links to a number of other sections, including:
From this site you can obtain information
OzLit’s list of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Writers. The site includes this disclaimer: Please note that due to the nature of indigenous writing it sometimes difficult to define whether these artists should be classified as writers, story-tellers, poets, illustrators or performers – our criteria is that their name appears as the main name on the cover of their book.
Yothu Yindi? ...the first major
Aboriginal Australian band, attracts fans from many parts of the world.
Through their unique blend of Western and Aboriginal music, the band
sings about their quest to unite Australians.
This is a site which encourages Aboriginal youth to use the internet to educate and support each other by sharing culture, traditions and ideas. This site has a variety of links including: email, communication, news, radio, lifestyle, events and so on.
Tjapujai Aboriginal Cultural Park, which is situated in Cairns, North Queensland, Australia. This park is dedicated to presenting and preserving Authentic Aboriginal culture with the aid of technology. The park includes 5 theatres, a museum an art gallery and a traditional art camp to give visitors a glimpse of the ancient aboriginal culture. By visiting this site and obtaining a contact for the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, more information could be sent for your use.
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