Apmere Angkentye-kenhe / A Place For Language
‘Apmere angkentye-kenhe’ is taking place in the old op-shop behind the Uniting Church on Todd Mall. This little shed will become an interactive space and host a series of language exhibits, activities and events that generate opportunities for engaging with the language of Mparntwe, Alice Springs, Central/Eastern Arrernte.
The project is being produced by Watch This Space in collaboration with Arrernte language experts, supported by Batchelor Institute, Akeyluerre Healing Centre, Children’s Ground, the Alice Springs Library & the Alice Springs Language Centre, and funded through the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund and Batchelor Instituture. The project is moving with current concerns of the Arrernte language, as defined by its custodians, and exploring language’s potential for altering the way settlers and visitors experience place.
Friday 16th June
PROGRAM RUNS UNTIL
Sunday 9th July
Please see the Watch This Space website for details about specific events at the space and daily program:
Contact [email protected] for any other enquiries
16 June – 9 July 2017
- The old op-shop behind the Uniting Church on Todd Mall