Rock Art of the Western Desert and Great Basin: long term social responses to environmental change
Rock art was integral to modern humans colonising Australia (earth's most arid continent) as well as the deserts of the USA.
Gurindji Heritage Project/Keeping Place
Celebration of cultural heritage remains a key focus within resilient communities with evidence revealing this must be supported with appropriate research, resourcing and infrastructure.
Woorra Woorral: Mermaid Sightings
This multisensory exhibition celebrates contemporary cultural expressions of Gija women’s song and dance cycles, known as Moonga Moonga, such as the water dwelling spirit woman dance.
Ngurra Kuju Walyja — One Country One People — The Canning Stock Route Project
The Canning Stock Route cuts a single line across three deserts — the Great Sandy, the Little Sandy and the Gibson — along nearly 2000 kilometres of unforgiving dirt track and hundreds of sandhills