The loss of a language is a lot more than just the loss of words. It is also the loss of identity, spirituality, cultural knowledge and values.
Using the latest 3D animation technology Indigenous stories and languages come to life –records the past, preserves the present, and protects Indigenous languages and knowledge into the future.
Welcome to the Monash Country Lines Archive.
- In 2015 John Bradley, Brent McKee and Shannon Faulkhead presented a seminar on the Monash Country Lines Archive to seminar in the Museum Studies program at New ... Read more
- Including English & Language subtitles. Read more
- From Story to 3D Animation: Preserving Indigenous knowledge through the Monash Country Lines Project (2015)Last year, a group of academics and staff working on the Monash Country Lines Archive gave a presentation on their work at the ATALM (Association ... Read more
- Marlukarra Ngarrkadabawurr: Karnanganjanyi (Emu Hunters of Excellence) story speaks to Garrwa pride in the prowess of their ancestor’s hunting skills. Marlukarra Ngarrkadabawurr: Karnanganjanyi uses both ... Read more