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16 Aug: Book Launch: Children’s books

GALC is very pleased to announce the launch of 6 bi-lingual children’s stories written by Goldfields women! The short story books are the first publications for 5 of the authors. The books are available at GALC for $8.00 each or $40 for a set of all 6. The stories were written by Dorothy Dimer, Janice McKnaulty, Edie Ulrich, Shaneane Weldon and Anne Nudding. A sixth book was inspired by acclaimed writer, Josie Boyle. Each story is in the author’s language and English with quirky and fun illustrations. The books are available at GALC in Kalgoorlie or email us on info@wangka.com.au to order a copy or phone (08)9021 3788 to do…

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25 Jun: GALC’s NAIDOC Aboriginal Film Festival 2018

The GALC team are very pleased to announce a totally free Aboriginal film festival to be held right here in Kalgoorlie during NAIDOC week, 9-13 July 2018!! There are five films in the festival. Each starts at 6pm at Orana Cinema. Tickets are essential. These can be obtained at the Goldfields Aboriginal Language Centre. Download the film festival program from here. People attending without tickets can join the stand-by line and fill empty seats at 6pm. But save yourself the hassle and chance of missing a seat by picking up your free tickets before the film.  Maximum of 4 tickets per per adult. We need to make sure as many…

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25 Jun: 2018 GALC Aboriginal Language Awards

Bega Garnbirringu receiving an award in 2017 Its that time of year! Get in your nominations for the Goldfields Aboriginal Language Centre’s language awards. Nominate someone who is a language champion, an elder who keeps language alive with the grandkids, a school doing a good job of teaching language or maybe a business that ensures Aboriginal language speaking clients have access to interpreters. Maybe you know a youth who is making sure they learn their heritage language? Whoever it is that you feel should be nominated, stand up and nominate them! Nominations close Friday 29th June 4pm. Get them in by mail, email to info@wangka.com.au or drop them in to…

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01 Jun: Goldfields Languages

GALC has produced an updated languages map for the Goldfields region. The map has changed over time as the languages of the region have been studied. This map is current as of June 2018. NOTE: Language names are for illustration purposes and may not be located on traditional land.  

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31 May: Funding Body Visitors

Gay and Justine chat with Kalgoorlie residents Ada Hanson and Brian Hadfield GALC received enjoyed a visit from people from the body which funds the Language Centre. Justine from Canberra office and Gay from the Broome office spent the day getting to know the language centre and the work being done on the preservation and use of the languages of the region. Thanks to the funding body reps for coming to the language centre and learning about what we do! Local, Clive Willis-Jones chats with the visitors  

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13 Mar: Daisy Bates Collection Talk

Daisy Bates was a linguist who recorded a massive amount of information about Aboriginal languages, in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The material is referred to as the ‘Bates Collection’. Associate Professor Nick Thieburger from the University of Melbourne will be visiting GALC on Monday 9th April to chat about the Bates Collection. Members of the public interested in learning about the Bates Collection are invited to attend an information session at GALC between 1.00pm and 2.00pm on Monday 9th April. Phone GALC for further information on (08)9021 3788 or info@wangka.com.au

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26 Feb: Women’s Book Writing Project

Fancy becoming a published author? Calling Goldfields Aboriginal women who have a children’s story book idea! GALC will be assisting 10 language speaking women to produce their first storybook, in the coming months. Each book will be published by GALC and will be bilingual. The stories will be in English and a language of the region. There are 2 places left in the project for women who’d like to work on a storybook. No experience is necessary and advanced literacy skills are also not necessary. Women book writers will meet at GALC on Friday mornings to work with the Linguists on the story writing and illustrations. If you’re interested in…

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20 Feb: Storytime for Toddlers

GALC is very pleased to announce a new ‘Storytime for Toddlers’ program! GALC’s resident storyteller, Carmel, will visit child care centres for a 30 minute Aboriginal storytelling and craft activity session. The session include storybook reading, teaching the kids a song in language and tapping sticks. One session per child care room per year. Available for Kalgoorlie, Boulder, Coolgardie and Kambalda. These sessions are totally free and can be booked by phoning GALC on 9021 3788 or by completing a booking form and emailing to info@wangka.com.au 

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01 Feb: Maduwongga Phonology Paper Released

GALC is pleased to announce the launch of linguist, Gizem Milonas’s first research paper on the Maduwongga language. ‘Maduwongga Phonology’ can be found on the Wangka website now. Congratulations Gizem and Mrs. Nudding for all the hard work recording and analysing the language over the last 6 months! Much more work needs to be done on the language and the ladies will continue their recording work until a comprehensive dictionary can be printed. Maduwongga speaker Joyce Nudding and linguist Gizem Milonas  after language work at GALC