Uti Kulintjaku Watiku Posters
$15.00 – $75.00
NYAKULA MUKURINGANYI MUNU ARKANI
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(sold individually or in a set)
These posters are a series of stories about Aboriginal men loving and caring for their family. Teaching, mentoring young men and boys, looking after country, making art & music and maintaining law and culture.
The men who created the posters are a part of the Uti Kulintjaku Watiku – Clear thinking project. They are leaders and role models in their communities, supporting other men and boys to show love, compassion and respect.
These posters each carry their own message and celebrate strong Anangu male role models & culture. The posters reinforce positive behaviour and follow traditional teaching methods by leading by example.
Individual = $15 | Set of 6=$75
Wiru Nyakula Kuintjaku Nganampa Tjukurpa
Watching, Learning & Maintaining Our Beautiful Culture
David Miller is teaching his nephew the art of spear making.
Wangka Katinyi Uti Kulintjaku
Talking Together To Come To a Clear Understanding
Stanley Douglas is talking to his son about the importance of the Uti Kulintjaku Watiku project and the process of listening & reflecting.
Looking Toward the Future
Jacob McKenzie is sharing the knowledge of this country with two young men
Concert-ngka Paruru Tjana Pukulpa Ngaranyi Mungangka
Everybody Enjoys a Good Concert in the Evening
Richard Kanari rehearsing a song with his nephew.
Tjungungku Palyara Nintiringanyi
Doing & Learning Together
Robert Hoosan is teaching young men how to service a car.
Kukaku Anama Kunpu Nyinanytjaku
Keep Hunting & Staying Strong
Lloyd Wilyuka is teaching his son the art of tracking.
Full Set, Watching, Learning & Maintaining Our Beautiful Culture, Talking Together To Come To a Clear Understanding, Looking Toward the Future, Everybody Enjoys a Good Concert in the Evening, Doing & Learning Together, Keep Hunting & Staying Strong