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The Kulama Ceremony is performed in the late wet season (March-April) when a ring appears around the moon. Kulama is a traditional initiation for young men which coincides with the harvest of a certain wild yam species. Elders of both sexes sing and dance for three days welcoming the boys into adulthood. The boy is then renamed with his true man's name.
Jilamara Arts & Crafts Association is an indigenous owned art centre located in Milikapiti on Melville Island, which is one of the Tiwi Islands, 80 km to the north of Darwin. Artists at the centre have made a significant contribution to contemporary indigenous art in Australia since the association was established in 1989.
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Artist: Pedro Wonaeamirri
Dimensions: Image 89.5 x 50cm, Paper 100 x 70cm
Etching, lift ground aquatint in one colour. Drawn by the artist, printed by Martin King, APW, Melbourne.
Please note: this print is not framed