Tag Archives: Arrernte

I Am Large, I Contain Multitudes

For all that Alice Springs is a small city, the complexity of its composition never fails to surprise.  Open the pages of the Alice Springs News, and you will find a fair amount of variety, but come away with an … Continue reading

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Good Light in Alice

We seem to be in a season of memoirs.  Some might say it is a season in hell, but all of these memoirs, despite the sorrows they chronicle, offer hope.  Whether it is Howard Goldenberg’s Raft (Hybrid Publishers, 2009) with its … Continue reading

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The Arrernte, Twice Removed

The history of Ntaria, formerly the Lutheran mission of Hermmansburg, southwest of Alice Springs, contains within itself so many threads of the narrative of invasion and colonization of Central Australia and the displacement of its indigenous peoples that it might … Continue reading

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Arrernte Stories

Kathleen Kemarre Wallace has been the defining artist of the community of Ltyentye Apurte (Santa Teresa) over the two decades that Keringke Artists has been the focus of Eastern Arrernte art production. Towards the end of the new book,  Listen … Continue reading

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