The Brush Sings takes us on a journey to meet the artists of Western Arnhem Land and Injalak Arts and Crafts, the art centre where the artists work.
Filmed in Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory of Australia The Brush Sings is the first in a series of three films about the art and culture of Western Arnhem Land. Here, culture, natural and creativity combine to reveal all the wisdoms of the world.
Part One: The Brush Sings
As the cycle of the seasons of the Kunwinjku unfold, as they have done for thousands of years, the humidity and heat build and usher in the wet season. The Brush Sings was made during Kurrung, the hot build up season before the rains come. This is a time of fire and a time when the air is full of the scent of blossoms.
In this film we find out why art centres are so important to Aboriginal communities.
Running time: 30 mins
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