The Resource Indigenous Community Stories : Big Art Story : the East Kimberley Artists, produced by Michelle Broun

Indigenous Community Stories : Big Art Story : the East Kimberley Artists, produced by Michelle Broun

Label
Indigenous Community Stories : Big Art Story : the East Kimberley Artists
Title
Indigenous Community Stories
Title remainder
Big Art Story : the East Kimberley Artists
Statement of responsibility
produced by Michelle Broun
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
'East Kimberley Artists' is a story of artists represented by three Art Centre's in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia: Waringarri Art Centre in Kununurra, Warmun Art Centre in Warmun and Yarliyil Art Centre in Halls Creek. The story covers the artistic styles and cultures of 30 artists representing five language groups across this vast region. It highlights the diversity as well as the connections between the artists and the centres. The Art Gallery of Western Australia's 'Desert River Sea- Kimberley Artists Then and Now' Program documents artists and arts activities across this region and promotes them through its DRS portal. The artists share knowledge and culture through their paintings and sculptures and the art centres facilitate the passing on of skills and knowledge to future generations.
Member of
Assigning source
[Synopsis from Film and Television Institute (W) Inc.]
Cataloging source
AIAS
Credits note
Producer, Devina McPherson; production coordinator, Michelle Broun; director, Jub Clerc; camera operator, Simon Akkerman; sound operator, Owen Hughes
Date of event
2014 October 19-20
Date time place
Filmed at
Information about documentation
Storyowner agreements; project reference sheet; callsheets; disc information sheets; original applications
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/organizationName
Film and Television Institute (W.A.)
PerformerNote
Louise Malarvie; Phyllis Binjalk Ningarmara; Brenda Ningarmara; Richard Bloomer; Glennis Newry; Margaret Beebe; Ben Ward; Agnes Armstrong; Quebec Namala; Peggy Griffiths; Alan Griffiths; Cathy Cummings; Anita Churchill; Kenny Griffiths; Judy Mengil; Gloria Mengil; Churchill Cann; Gordon Barney; Mabel Juli; Lena Nyadbi; Gabriel Nodea; Peggy Patrick; Phyllis Thomas; Patrick Thomas; Shirley Purdie; Alana Hunt; Bonnie Deegan; Tiny Macale; Maggie Long; Tiny Macale; Rosie Lala
Place of event
Kununurra, Warmun, Halls Creek, W.A.,
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Waringarri Arts Centre
  • Warmun Art Centre
  • Yarliyil Art Centre
Label
Indigenous Community Stories : Big Art Story : the East Kimberley Artists, produced by Michelle Broun
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Instantiates
Publication
Production
Copyright
Note
  • Digital access copies available
  • Indigenous Community Stories (ICS) is a joint initiative between ScreenWest and Film and Television Institute (WA) Inc. and commenced in 2008. ICS aims to fund the gathering of 100 stories and digitally archive them so they can be viewed over the next 100 stories and digitally archive them so they can be viewed over the next 100 years and beyond. ICS will enable Indigenous communities across Western Australia to record, archive and maintain their culture through professional broadcast-quality digital video recordings
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Extent
1 online resource (868 video files (18 hrs., 50 min.))
Immediate source of acquisition
Film and Television Institute (WA) Inc.;
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Form; correspondence outlining access conditions (Conditions of Use Agreement); material may be accessed for viewing - copying or reproduction only after approval has been given by the story owner and/or descendants
  • Moving Image Collection
Other physical details
sound, colour
Reproduction note
MP4 video files
Stock number
FTI_001 (V09331_72)
Terms governing use
Storyowner agreement
Label
Indigenous Community Stories : Big Art Story : the East Kimberley Artists, produced by Michelle Broun
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Publication
Production
Copyright
Note
  • Digital access copies available
  • Indigenous Community Stories (ICS) is a joint initiative between ScreenWest and Film and Television Institute (WA) Inc. and commenced in 2008. ICS aims to fund the gathering of 100 stories and digitally archive them so they can be viewed over the next 100 stories and digitally archive them so they can be viewed over the next 100 years and beyond. ICS will enable Indigenous communities across Western Australia to record, archive and maintain their culture through professional broadcast-quality digital video recordings
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Extent
1 online resource (868 video files (18 hrs., 50 min.))
Immediate source of acquisition
Film and Television Institute (WA) Inc.;
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Form; correspondence outlining access conditions (Conditions of Use Agreement); material may be accessed for viewing - copying or reproduction only after approval has been given by the story owner and/or descendants
  • Moving Image Collection
Other physical details
sound, colour
Reproduction note
MP4 video files
Stock number
FTI_001 (V09331_72)
Terms governing use
Storyowner agreement

Library Locations

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