Herbert Basedow, Two women carrying large plaited baskets suspended from a band around their heads, Liverpool River, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia, 1928.

Herbert Basedow, Two women carrying large plaited baskets suspended from a band around their heads, Liverpool River, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia, 1928.

Antoine Fauchery (1823-1861) & Richard Daintree (1832-1878)  Aboriginal Man ornamented for a Corroboree, standing, full face, whole-length, circa 1858

Antoine Fauchery (1823-1861) & Richard Daintree (1832-1878) Aboriginal Man ornamented for a Corroboree, standing, full face, whole-length, circa 1858

The Australian Aboriginal flag was designed by watercolour artist Harold Thomas, a descendant from the Luritja Aboriginal People in the region of Central Australia.Designed as a unifying symbol for Aboriginal People fighting for the return of their traditional lands Thomas said I wanted to make it unsettling. Light colour at the bottom and the dark on top.It represents the aboriginal people walking on top of the land.

The Australian Aboriginal flag was designed by watercolour artist Harold Thomas, a descendant from the Luritja Aboriginal People in the region of Central Australia.Designed as a unifying symbol for Aboriginal People fighting for the return of their traditional lands Thomas said I wanted to make it unsettling. Light colour at the bottom and the dark on top.It represents the aboriginal people walking on top of the land.

Aborigines on the Tiwi Islands in northern Australia, like those above, tell stories of ho...

Aboriginal folklore could be oldest oral history in the world

The traditional forms of Australian Aboriginal Music, include many aspects of performance, and use of musical instruments, such as the  didgeridoo, Sticks, Boomerang clap sticks, hollow log drum, notched stick, bunches of seed pods, skin drum (whose head is made from lizard or goanna skin), or  using what is unique to the different regions, of Indigenous Australian groups. #Aboriginal #Indigenous #Aborigines #Music #Culture #Australia #Didgeridoo

The traditional forms of Australian Aboriginal Music, include many aspects of performance, and use of musical instruments, such as the didgeridoo, Sticks, Boomerang clap sticks, hollow log drum, notched stick, bunches of seed pods, skin drum (whose head is made from lizard or goanna skin), or using what is unique to the different regions, of Indigenous Australian groups. #Aboriginal #Indigenous #Aborigines #Music #Culture #Australia #Didgeridoo

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