Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation

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Tjakuranyatjara (About Tjakura, Great Desert Skink)

First world-wide viewing! We’re really happy to finally share our Tjakuranyatjara (about Great Desert Skink) animated film. To launch it, here is a message from Mutitjulu community leader, Sammy Wilson. “This is a record made of the Great Desert Skink…for we younger ones to understand so we can care for them. It has involved the rangers so they can protect them through their work. In English you might say this is ‘very important’ because even though they are tiny animals, they hold their own law and culture. Since ancient times people have looked after them and while in the past they were eaten, nowadays we want to make sure they are protected.” The team included animator and director Jonathan Daw, narrating by elders Malya Teamay & Daisy Walkabout, a strong group of young Mala Ranger girls who modelled and painted skinks and mulgara, Walkatjara artists and staff, & great support and translating by Parks Australia Rangers & Kathy Tozer. The Inma (singing) by senior knowledge-holder Mrs Josephine Mick, provides an important source of learning for future generations of Anangu. Thanks and credits to everyone individually at the end of the film, a great result of us all working together!

Walkatjara Artist – Reggie Uluru

Reggie Uluru is a senior artist with Walkatjara Arts in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. As a well-known traditional owner of Uluru, Reggie took part in the official handback by the Australian Federal Government in 1985.


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Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation have provision to support a family where the deceased person is of Anangu (Aboriginal) people of Mutitjulu descent, to relieve financial pressures placed on family when a loved one has passed away.

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To become a member of Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation (MCAC) you need to be of Anangu (Aboriginal) people of Mutitjulu descent and complete an application for membership form below which is tabled and accepted by the Board of Directors during a Board meeting.

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Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation
Mutitjulu Community
NT 0872

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