By Jane Lydon
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He is Chairperson of Erambie Advancement, a community corporation that develops and administers community education, health and employment programs at Erambie. He was lucky to have been taught by some very talented Koori storytellers and his work today reflects their teaching. Photographs have been a significant part of his learning, teaching and research, as well as his community development work. His academic career has been an extension of his interest in the use of photographs in community storytelling.
Baymarrwangga continues to care for her homelands as a base for sustainable livelihood activities on her sea country and a real future for her grandchildren’s children. She was winner of the 2011 Northern Territory Innovation and Research Lifetime Achiever Award and Senior Australian of the Year for 2012, and her continuing courage, intelligence and persistence against assimilation policies is a lesson for all. Shauna Bostock-Smith is a Bundjalung woman whose family descends from northern New South Wales.
3. htm>). For discussions of the history of photography and Aboriginal people, see especially Catherine de Lorenzo, ‘Ethnophotography: photographic images of Aboriginal Australians’, PhD thesis, University of Sydney, 1993; Catherine de Lorenzo, ‘Appropriating anthropology? Document and rhetoric’, Journal of Material Culture, 5(1):91–113, 2000. 4. M Langton & Australian Film Commission, ‘Well, I heard it on the radio and I saw it on the television’: an essay for the Australian Film Commission on the politics and aesthetics of filmmaking by and about Aboriginal people and things, Australian Film Commission, Sydney, 1993, p.
Calling the Shots: Aboriginal Photographies by Jane Lydon