Dhuwal dhäwu manymak ga yuwalk ŋunhi nhaltjan napurr ga nhina dhiyal Ramingining, dhiyan romdhu.
Ga nhuma dhu nhäma ga ŋäma, balanda nhakun limurruŋ waluy ŋuli maŋutjimirryam ga lakaram ŋatha-ŋamakulimirrinha ga wipu-wipu mala limurr ŋuli goŋdhu djäma, märram diltjipuy ŋatha, rerripuy miritjin ŋunhi dilkurruwurruŋ dhäwu ŋunhi ga mel-gurrupan, yutany yolŋuny mala.
Ganhinany limurr dhu ga dhiyaŋ romdhu mala balanya nhakun, gurulyynmirr dhukarr-ŋupan manymakum djäma bala räli, ŋamaŋamayunmirr ŋäthil djämaw waŋgany manapamirr yuta ga dilkurruwurr yolŋu mala ga bulu wäŋa wataŋu, bili limurruy djalkiri dhuwal dharrnayŋu nhinanharaw dhiyal Ramingining yaka limurr dhu ganarrtham nhaliy yutay rom dhu, Biyakun mel-lakaranhamirra limurr dhuwal dhuwal yolŋu.
This is a series of Podcasts about life in Ramingining.
You can listen to stories about Yolŋu seasons, the work we do with our hands, bush food and medicines, stories from our old people and stories for our young people.
Daphne Banyawarra, Bula’Bula Arts Chairperson 2021
Our weavers describe the processes of collecting natural fibres and materials from the land to make various traditional bags, baskets, mats and fish traps.
Daphne Banyawarra speaks in Ganalbiŋu language about traditional use of bush materials.
In this episode, Daphne Banyawarra teaches about techniques for collecting and processing natural bush dyes to make fibre art.
Mewana is native grass used for many traditional objects. This episode sheds light on its use.
In 2019, the Bula’Bula Arts weavers collaborated with MAARA Collective for the fashion show ‘From Country to Couture’
Joy Burruna gives a quick run through of the rules of ‘dopulu’, a gambling card game played in Ramingining.
This episode focusses on the community run service aimed at supporting families to get kids to school on time.
In this episode, Bobby speaks in his own language Ganalbiŋu, about Yolŋu survival, bush foods, and the introduction and health impact of introduced ‘balanda foods’.
In 2019 Tolbert Dharramanba, Oscar Dhurrikayu, Ross Dhapuwuy travelled with Bula’Bula Arts to the GARMA festival.
This episode was recorded at JB’s outstation where he speaks about his family history and his painting.
Billy Black Durbuma tells some details of his life story speaking in Djinang.
In this episode Billy Black Durbuma talks about the Morning Star and Hollow log ceremonies.
Dhäwu Raminging’puy (stories about Ramingining) was generously supported by: