Recording Culture

Recording Culture
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During the production of Moogy's Yuki (Moogy’s Bark Canoe) in Kalangadoo (Big Trees in Water) and Millicent in South East South Australia, members of the Tal-Kin-Jeri group, Indigenous students from Millicent High School, Millicent North Primary School and Murray Bridge High School learned digital media skills in film narratives, interview & editing techniques and experienced a once-in-a-lifetime event.This youth-produced mini-doc forms part of the overall project Change Media conducted with Ngarrindjeri Elder Major 'Moogy' Sumner, to document the making of the first traditional Ngarrindjeri / Boandik bark canoe on Boandik country in over 100 years. The peer-produced film is also included on an evocative educational River Red Gum DVD, which combines Caring for Country best practice with transmission of traditional culture. Supported by: Indigenous Cultural Support DEWHA; Australia Council for the Arts; Arts SA Partnership for Healthy Communities; South East Natural Resources Management Board; Millicent High School; Tallstoreez Productionz; the South east Aboriginal Focus Group and the Aboriginal Sobriety Group.