Friday, June 25, 2021

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‘Consummate creator’ wins annual Lofty

 

Accolades abounded for four “art warriors” at the annual Lofty awards, recognising high endeavour in the arts in Central Australia, held last Saturday at Watch This Space. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

Land needs language

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The centre of town will be humming with the sound of its first language, when Apmere angkentye-kenhe kicks off for its second season next week.

Experience Aboriginal culture in the heart of the CBD

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A small group of people are not waiting for multimillion dollar centres to offer it: they're delivering the kind of experience so many crave on the smell of an oily rag. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

Amanyi's story

p2138-amanyi-gun-smThis righteous desert babe left us 10 days ago. Her life was not a procession of unparalleled, certifiable, gold medal, high-achieving wins, but an impressive battle scar and zesty tribute to the vitality of soul-force, writes BETH SOMETIMES. She was seventy-five, and taken out suddenly by a massive stroke. While she was in hospital five years ago after the first stroke, we hung out and talked extensively and I wrote something of a story of her life. Here is a much abridged version, published with the permission of Amanyi’s daughter, Linda Stanley. She also gave permission for photos of Amanyi to be published.

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