Wampana - Bush Wallaby by Teddy Morrison JupurrurlaWampana - Bush Wallaby by Teddy Morrison Jupurrurla
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Wampana - Bush Wallaby

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This story is about married men and women traveling. They travel all the way from Yuendumu in the South, along Mission Creek, which is an important Dreaming site. Wampana starts travelling from Winmarku on the way to Ngama. Wampana has been travelling carrying a big Warna, snake. That snake is called Yarrabri. They cut him and carry him all the way. All the way they dance together, men and women. They tie up bushes and make Yarridadiday poles. They tie the bushes together with Ngalyipi, bush string and make the poles for ceremony. The Wampana men and women dance around the poles all the way along their travels as far as Darwin.

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Location Australia
Region Australia
Artist Teddy Morrison Jupurrurla
NWC Nation N/A
Date Created 2002
Dimensions 34" X 26.5" with custom frame
Materials & Edition serigraph on paper edition 99

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