Wamud at the MCA

This exhibition is not to be missed, a rare and valuable opportunity to see the dolobbo (bark) and djurra bim (paper paintings) produced by a painter who also produced kunwarrde bim (rock paintings) in the ancient way. His family were proud and informative at the opening, his grandchildren having produced a mural painting featuring his most familiar motifs in honour of his rock painting, bringing its familial significance to the city of Sydney.

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