Monday, 16 December 2013

Anthropos Australis Presents at this year's Australian Archaeological Association Conference

Anthropos Australis presented three papers at this year's Australian Archaeological Association Conference in Coffs Harbour and these were all well received.



Wednesday, 27 November 2013

The Excavation of Ngurin #1 and the Australian Archaeological Association Conference 2013


Anthropos Australis is pleased to update you on our Project entitled ‘The Excavation of Ngurin #1 – Sharing Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi Heritage’. This joint Project between Anthropos Australis (WA) Pty Ltd, the Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation and the Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation involved the excavation of an actively eroding artefact scatter with identified subsurface cultural material. The excavation of the site is now complete and laboratory analysis is underway. We would like to thank all of the participants who helped in the excavation.

Sunday, 10 November 2013

The Wilinggin Aboriginal Corporation holds successful negotiation meetings with Exploration Companies

The Wilinggin Aboriginal Corporation, representing the native title rights and interests of the Ngarinyin Traditional Owners in the north central Kimberley of Western Australia, have appointed Anthropos Australis as it's Heritage Advisor in its negotiations with a number of exploration companies wishing to access their land.

Monday, 14 October 2013

Nic Green Presents at the 25th Valcamonica Symposium-Art

Nic Green, the CEO of Anthropos Australis, attended the 25th Valcamonica Symposium-Art as a Source of History, at Capo di Ponte in Northern Italy in September.  Nic gave a paper in Session 1, Decoding Religions and Beliefs through Rock Art entitled "The Complexities of Undertaking Research to Present the Paper on Ngarluma Interpretation of the Rock Art at Depuch Island, Pilbara Region, North-Western Australia". 

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Anthropos Australis, the Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation and the Yindjibandi Aboriginal Corporation Joint Heritage Agreement

We are very pleased to announce that Anthropos Australis (WA) Pty Ltd, the Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation and the Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation are undertaking a joint Heritage Project. This collaborative project involves the excavation of a potentially significant stratified site near the Harding River within the Shire of Roebourne in the West Pilbara region of Western Australia.



Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Ochre Contemporary Dance - Private viewing of 'Pulse'

Last night, staff from Anthropos Australis attended the first dress rehearsal of Ochre's forthcoming performance of Pulse at the Red Earth Arts Festival this Friday night in Karratha.

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

New Anthropos Australis Video

We now have a new Anthropos Australis video trailer:


This video has been made with footage filmed from several of our recent projects, showing how we work and what services we are able to provide. Check out our Services page on the website for further information.

Sunday, 14 July 2013

Ochre Contemporary Dance - Behind the Scenes Night

 Anthropos Australis, as a sponsor of the Ochre Contemporary Dance Company, was invited to attend their Behind-the-Scenes Night at UWA on the 2nd of July.

The evening featured previews of their upcoming works, including a Ngarluma oriented dance which is currently being choreographed with the assistance of Anthropos, and will be showcased at the opening of the upcoming Red Earth Arts Festival in Karratha, on the 6th of September.

Thursday, 11 July 2013

The Story Box - NAIDOC Week Opening Day

To celebrate NAIDOC Week 2013, Anthropos Australis held the Story Box Stall at the NAIDOC Opening Day in Wellington Square, Perth, one of only two interactive, cultural stalls at the event.

The Story Box Stall allowed family and friends to come and share stories with each other, which Tiwa Olowoyo and Andrew Dowding from Anthropos recorded and gave back to them on CD. These stories were then played on RTR FM's Morning Magazine throughout NAIDOC Week.