Tangki Tjuta (Children’s Book)
Colouring towards clear thinking
Tjulpunya munu Walpanya
Mukayi! we are loving the colours for this tangki (donkey). 🐴
Mukayi makes amazing artwork for our social enterprise
@tjanpidesertweavers, Tjanpi allows women to earn money on country from their fibre artwork.
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First the digging and then the eating. Deshane and his tjala in Pipalyatjara. NPY Women’s Council Child & Family Services.
Photo: Loren Paine
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First people to collect an consume honey
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Those kids are so bloody cute! They look like they would be cheeky like my lot! I bet they love art and being creative 🥰
Luv luv this Good work 👏👏👏
Yes keep the beautiful art going, having great fun there
Who reckon my granddaughter's ❤️❤️❤️❤️ gonna be famous one day👍🥰
so all the descendants of australias first are going to become so called artists ?
Two Wati (men) tjanpi artworks made by new @tjanpidesertweavers artist, Janice. Looking so good!
Tjanpi Desert Weavers is an NPYWC social enterprise enabling women to earn money on country from their artwork.
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Janice woohoo well done💗 your work is amazing. Looking so good alright ✨
Love this beautiful woman to bits & her amazing art works ❣️
Beautiful I love the colours
Your ability to paint and creat artwork is impressive, what a blessed artist you are🤗 keep it up! I'd love to purchase a few pieces!
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Sue Allen wow quite the locals then
Lovely to see this couple again. This was grand final day and they held up the match because they refused to leave the oval. It must be about 12 years since we worked at Pukatja ❤️
Cynthia and papa (dog) Funny Face collecting local grasses for weaving around Warakurna WA.
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Well done Cynthia. A necessary task for your weaving skills. 🥰🥰🥰
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NO HUMBUGGING! It’s a humbug free zone at our Tjungu office, making sure we are always caring for people with disability.
Awesome Tshirts from the NPYWC Tjungu Aged & Disability team worn by Raylene Kunoth.
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Love it! Need one.
My nieces Raelene Iniwa Kunoth nice t shirt unta Urlintja ku wiya....👍🥰
How do I order a shirt please
Imanpa community in the NT just before a storm. Wild summer skies. ... See MoreSee Less
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The most beautiful skies ive seen.
A stunning sunset photo.👌👌
Beautiful photo ❤️❤️
Love the tyres, I planted orange trees in mine
Stunning skies xx
Wow look at the colours
I remember being at Amata in a huge sandstorm ..like something from a movie ...the sandstorm lasted all night..blew the red sand in everywhere..amazing
My community imanpa looking Beautiful ❤️🧡💙