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Update from Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

In this week’s interview, we talk with the leader of the South Australian Liberal Party and Leader of the Opposition, Mr Steven Marshall. Mr Marshall is also the Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Reconciliation.... read on

Art auction for APY dialysis centre

In this week’s interview, we talk with Sarah Brown, the Chief Executive Officer of Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku, also called the Purple House. The Purple House provides renal dialysis services across remote communities... read on

Purple House on Dialysis in Ernabella

This week’s interview is about community-base dialysis and we talk with Sarah Brown, the Chief Executive Officer of Western Desert Dialysis Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku, and Philip Price who is helping Western Desert Dialysis to... read on

Ernabella Arts on show in Adelaide

Ernabella Arts was established in 1948. It is the longest running Indigenous art centre in Australia. Warka irititja munu kuwari kutu: work from the past and present, an exhibition of works produced by the artists... read on

Kaltjiti Arts on show in Adelaide

An exhibition of new works by Kaltjiti artists opens next Tuesday (7 May) at Marshall Arts Gallery in Adelaide. The exhibition runs until 31 May. ... read on

APY Lands: funding for art centre infrastructure

In September 2011, the Australian Government provided $2.84 million towards the costs of building and upgrading art centre infrastructure in six APY communities. All of these works are expected... read on

Program 15: Palya Fund

The Palya Fund raises money for key projects on the APY Lands. Judge Peter McKusker is one of its trustees. On today’s program, Judge McKusker talks with the Paper Tracker about the Palya Fund and... read on

Interview with Judge Peter McKusker

Peter McKusker is a passionate supporter of Anangu artists and their communities. In this interview he talks about his work with the Palya Fund, a charitable trust set up to fund projects of critical importance... read on

APY Lands: housing for art centre staff

For many years, a lack of dedicated staff housing has undermined the viability of some art centres on the APY Lands. In 2011, the Australian and South Australian Government allocated $1.1 million to “facilitate the building and refurbishment of art centre staff houses” in Amata, Mimili, Pipalyatjara and Pukatja... read on

Nyapari: art centre renovations and expansion

Tjungu Palya is an Anangu-controlled arts organisation based in Nyapari. In mid 2009, the Federal Government allocated over $600,000 to Tjungu Palya to enable it to refurbish its existing art centre and build... read on

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