Yalka Lotjpa Nha - Children Speak See - Exhibition

Yalka Lotjpa Nha is a collaborative book writing and animation project that began in 2017. It is collaboration between writers and artists from Kaiela Arts.

Yalka Lotjpa Nha - Children Speak See - Exhibition

Quick Info

When:
13 September – 31 December 2018
Where:
Kaiela Arts, 137-139 High Street, Shepparton
Cost:
Free entry

A labour of love and dedicated to the children of the region. Yalka Lotjpa Nha is a companion book to Living Stories – A Trip up the River and is an A to Z in Yorta Yorta language. The exhibition will feature original artworks created for the book, the published book and a showing of the animation. It is sure to be well loved and used by families, schools and community.

Writers – Aunties Cynthia Hardie, Amy Briggs & Kella Robinson facilitated by Helena Gibson and supported by Sharon Atkinson. Artists – Tammy-Lee Atkinson, Jack Anselmi, Victoria Webbe, Eva Ponting, Gavin Saunders, Suzanne Atkinson, Tiarne Hall, supported by animation artist, Davidson Lopes da Rosa.

Kaiela Arts is open Tuesday to Friday 10.00am to 5.00pm.

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