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Charmaine Papertalk Green
Poetry Reading

Western Australian Aboriginal poet, artist and acclaimed author, Charmaine Papertalk Green presents a reading of recent work developed in residence at Bundanon. 

 


 

Charmaine Papertalk Green

Born in Eradu, Charmaine is a proud Wajarri, Badimaya and Wilunyu woman of the Yamaji Nation. A visual artist, author, poet, photographer, storyteller, social science researcher, and academic, she shares her cultural knowledge in many different spheres.

Charmaine has written five books, won several awards including the prestigious Australian Literary Society Gold Medal, and her poetry is studied as part of primary and school curriculum. Involved with the Yamaji Art Centre in Geraldton for over 22 years, she is currently their Chairperson.

 

Miwatj Yolŋu – Sunrise People

This event is part of Bundanon’s public program for current exhibition Miwatj Yolŋu – Sunrise People.

Miwatj Yolŋu – Sunrise People explores storytelling, ecology and materiality in the works of Yolŋu artists from the Yirrkala Community in East Arnhem Land. Presenting both senior and emerging artists from across the Yirrkala region, the exhibition highlights the centrality of weather patterns and ecological systems within Yolŋu culture.

Discover the full program of events as part of the exhibition season here.

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Image courtesy Charmaine Papertalk Green

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Cost

Free with Art Museum entry

Location

Bundanon, 170 Riversdale Road, Illaroo

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Dates & Times
13/01/2024 - 13/01/2024 The Art Museum, Bundanon
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Bundanon acknowledges the people of the Dharawal and Dhurga language groups as the traditional owners of the land within our boundaries, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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