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p(first). Lewis travelled to Burringurrah as a guest artist for Country ArtsWA’s Out There Youth Arts Leadership Program. This program ispresented in conjunction with Burringurrah Community AboriginalCorporation and with financial ...

p(first). Lewis travelled to Burringurrah as a guest artist for Country Arts
WA’s Out There Youth Arts Leadership Program. This program is
presented in conjunction with Burringurrah Community Aboriginal
Corporation and with financial assistance from the Government of
Western Australia – Royalties for Regions, Gascoyne Development
Commission, Australia Council for the Arts, Horizon Power, and the Ian
Potter Foundation.’

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School children and community members in Burringurrah worked with Guest Artist, Steven Aiton, to make a sand animation movie with a health message. Narration by Kristy Riley, backing guitar by ...

School children and community members in Burringurrah worked with Guest Artist, Steven Aiton, to make a sand animation movie with a health message. Narration by Kristy Riley, backing guitar by Ned Cameron.

Country Arts WA delivers the 3-year Out There Youth Arts Leadership Program in Burringurrah. This program is presented in conjunction with CuriousWorks and Burringurrah Community Aboriginal Corporation and with financial assistance from the Government of Western Australia – Royalties for Regions, Gascoyne Development Commission, Australia Council for the Arts, Horizon Power, and the Ian Potter Foundation.

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After learning about Bunyip’s, students were required to construct a diorama and a Bunyip to construct a story about. First the students storyboarded their ideas, writing a simple story focusing ...

After learning about Bunyip’s, students were required to construct a diorama and a Bunyip to construct a story about. First the students storyboarded their ideas, writing a simple story focusing on one main character and setting. Next the students decided upon a problem for their Bunyip to over come and a resolution to complete their story.

Posted by Kirsty, Burringurrah primary teacher to the Burirngurrah Vimeo channel.

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CuriousWorks travelled to Burringurrah as Creative Producer for Country Arts WA’s Out There Youth Arts Leadership Program. This program is presented in conjunction with Burringurrah Community Aboriginal Corporation and with financial assistance from the Government of Western Australia – Royalties for Regions, Gascoyne Development Commission, Australia Council for the Arts, Horizon Power, and the Ian Potter Foundation.

Desert Scrapyard Fun
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The scrap car yard at Burringurrah is an awesome place for kids and artists to mix. Over the next 2 weeks we’ll be turning rusted metal scraps from the communitys ...

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The scrap car yard at Burringurrah is an awesome place for kids and artists to mix.

Over the next 2 weeks we’ll be turning rusted metal scraps from the communitys impressive collection of desert cars into totems. Artist Lewis Horne will be teaching curious youngsters how to weld and how to grind old commodores, datsuns and falcons into works of creative beauty. Leon and Mark will work with with Nicholas, the emerging resident filmaker, to document the fine work being done by all as part of the Out There projects 5th residency to Burringurrah Remote Aboriginal Community, in the Gascoyne region of WA.

The icy winds are blusting in across the desert from the east, the community dogs are restless but the starry night sky is crystal clear.

Check out more stories from the community at vimeo.com/burringurrah

CuriousWorks travelled to Burringurrah as Creative Producer for Country Arts WA’s Out There Youth Arts Leadership Program. This program is presented in conjunction with Burringurrah Community Aboriginal Corporation and with financial assistance from the Government of Western Australia – Royalties for Regions, Gascoyne Development Commission, Australia Council for the Arts, Horizon Power, and the Ian Potter Foundation.

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