The Resource Bush tucker, by Kevin Bloomfield Panangka, (picture)

Bush tucker, by Kevin Bloomfield Panangka, (picture)

Label
Bush tucker
Title
Bush tucker
Statement of responsibility
by Kevin Bloomfield Panangka
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A colour poster which reproduces a dot-style painting by Indigenous artist Kevin Bloomfield Panangka which feaures a central image of a plant with yellow berries, and smaller images of grubs and other insects at each corner which are traditional food sources for the people of Engawala Community. Painting is set on a green background with a paragraph of explanatory text by the artist beneath. Northern Territory Government logo shown at lower left corner, and NT Department of Health and Community Services logo at right
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  • Panangka, Kevin Bloomfield
  • Atitjere Health Service
  • Northern Territory
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Wild foods
  • Wild plants, Edible
Label
Bush tucker, by Kevin Bloomfield Panangka, (picture)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Text on poster: "People of Engawala Community still go out hunting. The collect lots of yellow berries and witchetty grubs as well as bush meat (kangaroo, echidna) and bush honey. Both old and young people teach young children how to hunt for food and they are shown how to prepare and cook the food. This helps to keep our people happy and healthy - th ebest way for Aboriginal people."
Control code
M0005721
Dimensions
80 x 60 cm.
Extent
1 poster
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by National Library.
Other physical details
col.
System control number
0005406
Label
Bush tucker, by Kevin Bloomfield Panangka, (picture)
Publication
Note
Text on poster: "People of Engawala Community still go out hunting. The collect lots of yellow berries and witchetty grubs as well as bush meat (kangaroo, echidna) and bush honey. Both old and young people teach young children how to hunt for food and they are shown how to prepare and cook the food. This helps to keep our people happy and healthy - th ebest way for Aboriginal people."
Control code
M0005721
Dimensions
80 x 60 cm.
Extent
1 poster
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by National Library.
Other physical details
col.
System control number
0005406

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