1. Mundy Creek Project - Coming to the end of Stage 2

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    Bernadette Boscacci & Billy Doolan talk about the Mundy Creek Regeneration project and it's developments, particularly in regards to cultural and eco tourism potential for the region and its local artists. Uncut version. Filmed by Erica Reynolds, April 2013.

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    • 7.30 ABC Report on the Bush Babies Elders Portrait Exhibition

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      Story by Kathryn Diss, aired on the ABC 7.30 Report 13 June 2014 She's affectionately known as Nana Purple. Hazel Winmar was the oldest Ballardong/Noongar woman and the inspiration for a major portrait exhibition in the WA Museum. Nana Purple was one of sixteen Wheatbelt Elders immortalised on canvas as part of CAN WA's Bush Babies - Honouring Our Elders Portrait Exhibition. Sadly, Nana Purple passed away not long after the exhibition opened in Perth. It was her family's wish that the image and story remain on display to celebrate her incredible life and legacy. Bush Babies is part of CAN WA's Rekindling Stories on Country strategy, using arts and culture to capture and share stories between Elders and young people across the Noongar nation. Bush Babies is funded by the Australia Council for the Arts, Ministry for the Arts and Department of Culture and the Arts. For more information head to http://www.canwa.com.au Original source: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-06-13/was-oldest-known-living-noongar-elder-celebrates-a/5523610

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      • CONTRAPONTO-CONTRATEMPO

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        Panaibra Canda & Walter Verdin Cine Teatro Scala, Maputo 29 Feb 2012 registration of the showing of the project (fragments)

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        • Noongar Pop Culture project on NITV News

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          Aired on NITV News on 11 April 2014: In 2013 CAN WA set out to encourage a group of Noongar students in Narrogin to learn their traditional language. Aboriginal artists and mentors were engaged to deliver a program where popular culture, such as music and media was used to inspire these teenagers to learn to speak and write Noongar. To check out the Noongar Pop Culture music videos head to: http://vimeo.com/album/2826836 For more information on the project: http://www.canwa.com.au/productions/current/noongar-pop-culture/ Original source: http://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/video/223205443866/NITV-News-11-April-part-3 NITV: http://www.nitv.org.au/

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          • ABC 7:30 Report on Noongar Pop Culture

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            Story by Kathryn Diss, ABC aired on 11 April 2014 A program that uses pop music to connect Indigenous students in the Wheatbelt with their culture and language is producing remarkable results. To check out the Noongar Pop Culture music videos head to: vimeo.com/album/2826836
For more information on the project: canwa.com.au/productions/current/noongar-pop-culture/ Original source: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-04-11/noongar-music-culture-students-school-song-language/5385614 ABC WA: http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/wa/

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            • 'Impossible'

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              In 2013 CAN WA set out to encourage a group of Noongar students in Narrogin to learn their traditional language. Aboriginal artists and mentors were engaged to deliver a program where popular culture, such as music and media was used to inspire these teenagers to learn to speak and write Noongar. Noongar Pop Culture presented by Act-Belong-Commit is a CAN WA project in association with Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and part of CAN WA’s Strong Culture, Strong Community program. “Impossible” A.Brgisson/I.Wroldsen © Published by Aristotracks AB Administered by Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Mushroom Music on behalf of Reverb Music LTD

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              • 'Classic'

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                In 2013 CAN WA set out to encourage a group of Noongar students in Narrogin to learn their traditional language. Aboriginal artists and mentors were engaged to deliver a program where popular culture, such as music and media was used to inspire these teenagers to learn to speak and write Noongar. Noongar Pop Culture presented by Act-Belong-Commit, is a CAN WA project in association with Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and part of CAN WA’s Strong Culture, Strong Community program. “Classic” E.Bogart/A.Goldstein/E.Kiriakou/L.Robbins © 2013 Sony/ATV Songs LLC Used by permission of Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Limited © 2013 Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp., Fueled By Music, Stays Friday Music By kind permission of Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd © Published by Roditis Music Inc and Hey Kiddo Music Administered by Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd

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                • INTERVIEW PANAIBRA GABRIEL CANDA17 ___ On the support of the Mozambican Ministry of Culture

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                  Interview with Panaibra Gabriel Canda by Walter Verdin Maputo, 11 March 2012 Camera Karl Sousa Sound Gabriel Mondlane RUSHES - NO IMAGE OR SOUND MANIPULATION

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                  • 'Windji Ngala Moort'

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                    In 2013 CAN WA set out to encourage a group of Noongar students in Narrogin to learn their traditional language. Aboriginal artists and mentors were engaged to deliver a program where popular culture, such as music and media was used to inspire these teenagers to learn to speak and write Noongar. Noongar Pop Culture presented by Act-Belong-Commit, is a CAN WA project in association with Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and part of CAN WA’s Strong Culture, Strong Community program.

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                    • 'Narrogin Rush'

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                      In 2013 CAN WA set out to encourage a group of Noongar students in Narrogin to learn their traditional language. Aboriginal artists and mentors were engaged to deliver a program where popular culture, such as music and media was used to inspire these teenagers to learn to speak and write Noongar. Noongar Pop Culture presented by Act-Belong-Commit, is a CAN WA project in association with Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and part of CAN WA’s Strong Culture, Strong Community program.

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