Kumangka, Mukapainga, Tampinga – Together, Remember, Recognise

Community Event

24 Jan 2019 to 28 Jan 2019

Elder Park will be lit up with a major art installation called Kumangka, Mukapainga, Tampinga Together Remember, Recognise.

Kumangka, Mukapainga, Tampinga, is our way of acknowledging, remembering and recognising, further thanking Aboriginal people who have contributed to our community , and those of which who are leading the way for our younger generations to follow. These Individuals have committed to bettering the lives and identities of Aboriginal people in South Australia and abroad simultaneously bridging both worlds.

The images of Aboriginal Elders and Aboriginal Leaders in the community will be honored with this spectacular installation produced by Australia Day Council of South Australia, the Open Circle Discussion Group made up of South Australian Indigenous Leaders in collaboration with Craig Walsh (artist). This project is proudly supported by The Government of South Australia and SA Power Networks.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people beware, this installation contains images of deceased persons.

Facilities

Family Friendly

Rates

Free Entry

Event Times

24 Jan 2019 to 28 Jan 2019

Once Only Event

Venue

Elder Park

King William Road, Adelaide, 5000

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