Milingimbi is renowned for its bark paintings and the artist’s use of traditional media. Ochre and its various colours make a direct reference to the artists’ Clan, Sea and Country. This labour intensive process, combined with a high level of cultural integrity dating back 50,000+ years makes artwork produced by Milingimbi artists truly authentic and unique to this region.
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this website may contain images and voices of deceased persons.
Help us buy engine for our boat and a second hand car to tow it so we can access our country for the sustainable harvest of natural materials that we use to make art works and run our ceremonies. To join our crowd funding campaign please visit https://www.gofundme.com/milingimbiart .
Milingimbi Art and Culture has suffered a severe data loss and is currently undertaking an extensive cataloguing exercise. We have removed works from this site but hope to have our online gallery up and running asap. Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries about purchasing works.
MILINGIMBI ART AND CULTURE CENTRE IS VERY PROUD TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT - WORLD PREMIERE @ SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL, JUNE 2015 - Congratulations to those whose vision has become a reality.....
Australia | 2015 | 15 mins | In Yolngu with English subtitles | World Premiere
Director: Keith Lapulung Dhamarrandji | Producer: Paul Williams
Yolngu song men trace the epic Dreamtime story of their great nomadic warrior, Wurray, across the wilderness of North East Arnhemland.
LOOK OUT FOR THIS FILM ON NITV AND SBS
DVD WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE SOON!