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CBE RAP artworks

Since 2018, CBE has worked with Ngambri-Ngunnwal elder Dr Matilda House, to create major artworks in collaboration with our students. The paintings tell the story of flora, fauna and local sites of Aboriginal cultural significance. Located in prominent positions with Building 26C, the paintings are accompanied by their stories, as told by Dr House. Through this project we hope to engage our students, staff and visitors with the culture and history of First Australians, and highlight the ongoing importance of this knowledge for all Australians.

Doolagah Time

Doolagah time and the dingoes are resting now, getting ready for hunting. Dingo blue is the alpha, he’ll tell them when it’s time for hunting. Our beautiful country of rivers and bush medicine and bush tucker is plentiful. Doolagah is the spiritual part of the country, and it comes in the shape of a person and moves all over country.

Created by Dr Matilda House, Ngambri-Ngunnawal elder, and students from CBE on 16 August 2018. The painting project acknowledges and celebrates the First Australians of the ACT region and pays respects to elders past, present and emerging.

A project of the CBE Reconciliation Action Plan Committee.

Bush Tucker and Medicine from Black Harry Country and Surrounding Districts

Top – Yam Daisy – Vegetable that sustained First Nations people on Country, it was a staple of the local diet for Ngambri and Ngunnawal peoples, and was renowned as a food staple for First Nations people further afield.

Centre – Canberra Bluebell - When they flower is the time for harvesting Bogong moths. This coincides with ceremonies, known as ‘running to the feast’, recognition of the transition from young boys to men, and bringing together clans for cultural exchange ceremonies including marriage.

Bottom – Bush tucker gathering, mixture of herbs and other plant life.

Created by Dr Matilda House, Ngambri-Ngunnawal elder, and students from the ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE) on 6 August 2019.

The painting project acknowledges and celebrates the First Australians of the ACT region and pays respect to elders past, present and emerging.

A project of the CBE Reconciliation Action Plan Committee.

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