Tokwampini is the Tiwi name for a bird. Commonly carved on Pukamani poles, it represents the ending of the creation story. Tokwampini is the father of Bima.
|Artist||REPPIE ANNE PAPAJUA (ORSTO)|
|Size & Medium||120 x 80 cm Ochre on Linen|
Tiwi name for Armband - worn when we dance at ceremony Catalog No 19-148 Title Pamajini Artist SUSAN WANJI WANJI Size & Medium 100 x 100 cm Ochre on Canvas...
The Kulama design depicts this important ceremony of the Tiwi people; the dancers and singers create a circle and prepare the poisonous yam for eating, as indicated by the circles...
Tiwi name for Crocodile and crocodile dance. Many Tiwi are handed down the dance (or dreaming) of the crocodile from their Fathers. Catalog No 19-140 Title Yirrikipayi and muputi. Artist...