Download Kurdiji 1.0 HERE Wantarri Jampijinpa Pawa-Kurlpurlunu (Steve Patrick) is very pleased to launch the Warlpiri Aboriginal resilience building app, Kurdiji 1.0 today. You will see many references throughout the app to Milpirri Festival, a collaboration between Tracks Dance and Wantarri, and the precursor to this initiative. This app is TOTALLY FREE for anyone … More KURDIJI 1.0 Aboriginal Resilience Building App is here!
Hi everyone, it’s been a while since we’ve posted anything. Since then we’ve been spending a lot of time in and out of community putting this app together. Wanta Jampijinpa Pawu-Kurlpurlurnu has spent a month or so in Canberra with us creating content and helping us express Warlpiri ideas around resilience. The next steps are … More Kurdiji 1.0 is not far off…
Thanks to the generosity and support of thousands of people, including volunteers, advisers and financial backers, Kurdiji 1.0 app is underway. We have spent one extended period in community and have a very rough working prototype. Our crowdfunding campaign brought in $250,000 – only $30,000 short of our original (very ambitious) goal. And while we … More Kurdiji 1.0 is making progress!
We read this historic statement today with hope and optimism for the future. “ULURU STATEMENT FROM THE HEART We, gathered at the 2017 National Constitutional Convention, coming from all points of the southern sky, make this statement from the heart: Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tribes were the first sovereign Nations of the Australian … More ULURU STATEMENT FROM THE HEART
When friends of the Warlpiri come to visit Lajamanu, we often stay in the Warnayaka Art Centre. Every day the elders come in to paint, to share their stories and to teach culture to young people. The idea for the Kurdiji 1.0 app was born at Warnayaka Arts Centre, where so many paintings show the … More Warnayaka Arts Centre