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Minha Konkon

Syd Bruce Shortjoe

Lino cut print on paper

36cm x 54cm

2019

Price includes postage anywhere in Aus.

“Minha Konkon” means Kookaburra in Kugu Language. When we hear kookaburras join together in song in means someone has died or about to die. It means bad things are coming and we need to get ready for it. Many inland fresh water people have the Kookaburra as their totem.

Ref: 149-19

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$275.00

Pormpuraaw Art & Culture Centre Incorporated

Pormpuraaw Art & Culture Centre Incorporated was formed in 2009. Pormpuraaw is a beautiful place located in Cape York Peninsula on the gulf of Carpentaria. We are rich in language speakers, culture and talented artists. We are most known for our print making, painting and sculptures made from recycled ghost nets. Ghost Net is the term we use for illegally abandoned fishing nets by commercial fishing boats. These nets drift on ocean currents and continue to kill marine life for no reason. We also publish important cultural manuscripts and film making in language. We have exhibited nationally and internationally. Our work has been collected by many important collections and institutions. http://Pormpuraaw Art & Culture (fcp1)-H.264

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Shipping Policy

Shipping will take time please be patient. Pormpuraaw is a remote community with only one full-time employee. Work located here in Pormpuraaw will be sent AUS post. This applies to all prints, paintings and small carvings. Our post office can be difficult expect delays. Large ghost net sculptures stored in Cairns will be brought to Cairns Pack and Send and the purchaser will be responsible for engaging their services.

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