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Djungi Gulpilil (Gulpilil Family)

August 7 - September 18

Free

Following the nation-wide success of the documentary My Name is Gulpilil, Djungi Gulpilil adds to suite of works that honour and celebrate the life and career of actor, dancer, singer, and painter David Gulpilil, and features Gulpilil’s ‘King Brown Snake and Blue Tongue Lizard at Gulparil Waterhole’, on loan from the Art Gallery of South Australia. Bula’bula artists featured in the exhibition include the acclaimed painter Philip Gudthaygudthay, who is culturally Gulpilil’s gutharra (grandson), Gulpilil’s yapas (sisters) Evonne Munuyngu and his twin, leading weaver Mary Dhapalanay, and long ago galay (wife) R Djunginy.

Djungi Gulpilil at Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
Saturday, August 7– Saturday, September 18
Free entry
**Selected artworks and weavings available for sale**

Screening Program – daily at 1pm
Free entry
Mondays: Ten Canoes (2006)
Tuesdays: Twelve Canoes (2009)
Wednesdays: Still Our Country (2014)
Thursdays: Charlie’s Country (2014)
Fridays: Another Country (2015)
Saturdays: My Name is Gulpilil (2021)

All features screen with short film 3 Dances Gulpilil (1978)

Details

Start:
August 7
End:
September 18
Cost:
Free

Organiser

Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/Tandanya.com.au/

Venue

Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
253 Grenfell Street
Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
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