Archive for Tuesday 13 September 2011
Burringurrah is 450kms east of Carnarvon, WA, and is home to a remote community living near the largest rock in the world, about two and a half times the size of Uluru in the Northern Territory.
CuriousWorks travelled to Burringurrah as Creative Producer for Country Arts WA’s Out There Youth Arts Leadership Program. This program is presented in conjunction with Burringurrah Community Aboriginal Corporation and with financial assistance from the Government of Western Australia – Royalties for Regions, Gascoyne Development Commission, Australia Council for the Arts, Horizon Power, and the Ian Potter Foundation.
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