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Garnkiny: Constellations of Meaning

Garnkiny: Constellations of Meaning is an exhibition at RMIT Gallery that includes works by Gija artists, both past and present, which explores aspects of the rich and significant story Garnkiny Ngarranggarni (Moon Dreaming) which takes place on Yarin Country in Darrajayin, between Warmun and Halls Creek, in Western Australia. The telling, retelling and learning of these stories are powerful ways for this vast practical, intellectual and cultural legacy to be reproduced, passed on and reshaped.

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Garnkiny – Constellations of Meaning – curator talk

Anna Crane, co-curator of Garnkiny: Constellations of Meaning, examines how the works in this exhibition explore the rich and significant story Garnkiny…

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