Ikwerenhe iterrentyenge anwerne atyenetyeke

Ikwerenhe iterrentyenge anwerne atyenetyeke
Because of her we can

Younger family members from the Arrernte community come together around the fire to speak about the women in their families who have laid down the foundations for them.

Speakers from the Turner, Angeles, Liddle, Wallace, Swan, Hayes, Lynch, Cavenagh and other families come together to celebrate great Arrernte women who have fought for culture, language, rights, land and their people over the years.

Ikwerenhe iterrentyenge anwerne atyenetyeke will be a history lesson; in hearing about the great matriarchs, we will understand more about the incredible work and struggles of the past which shape our present.

There will be a free BBQ for all present and multiple fires to keep us warm. We look forward to seeing you there.

More information about finding Apmere Angkentye-kenhe: The ‘yellow shed’ is located behind Flynn Church on Todd Mall in the Alice Springs CBD.

Ikwerenhe iterrentyenge anwerne atyenetyeke is proudly supported by the Northern Territory Government’s Live Alice program. #liveALICE

Monday 9 July 2018
5:30pm – 8:30pm
Apmere Angkentye-Kenhe, Yellow Shed, Todd Mall.