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Many Anangu are working hard to strengthen their communities and to build a better future for themselves and future generations. The Paper Tracker celebrates this work and commitment.

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APY artists stand out in national art award

Fifteen of the 77 artists chosen as finalists for this year’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award come from communities on the APY Lands... read on

NPY Women’s Council nominated for Deadly Award

Each year the Deadly Awards recognise the contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make to their communities and the broader Australian society... read on

APY team wins 2013 Aboriginal Lands Challenge Cup

On 21 July 2013, two teams of Anangu footballers competed for the 2013 Rio Tinto Aboriginal Lands Challenge Cup. The game was played at AAMI Stadium in Adelaide. In the end, the APY Lands team... 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

Young Anangu photographer wins national award

Rhonda Unrunpa Dick, a young Anangu photographic artist from Amata, has won the Australia Council’s 2013 Dreaming Award.... read on

Ernabella in Print

An exhibition showcasing historical and contemporary printmaking at Ernabella Arts opens in Adelaide later this week.... 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

New book released. ‘Traditional Healers of Central Australia: Ngangkari’

A new book celebrating the ancient art of Anangu healing goes on sale this month. The book uses stories, illustrations and photographs to unpack and explain the enduring practice and skills of traditional healers (ngangkari)... read on

Kungka Career Conference 2012

Earlier this year, 100 young Anangu women – kungka tjuta – gathered at Yulara for a three-day career conference. Speakers at the conference included Aileen Shannon from Kaltjiti and Emma Stubbs from Amata. Seventy workshops... read on

Anangu teaching graduates

Last week, seven Anangu woman from Iwantja, Kaltjiti and Pipalyatjara received their formal teaching qualifications at a graduation ceremony in Adelaide. One of the women – Angela Kani George – received a Bachelor of Teaching... read on

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