Art and song forge closer bonds between Australia and New Guinea

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Commemorating 100 years of Australia’s closest neighbor through its artefacts, video and a collaboration with an ARIA-winning musician.

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Tolai Men and their sacred tubuan objects performing a ritual Kinawai dance ceremony in the early hours of the morning on a Bit Na Ta (Blanche Bay). Photographed by G. Kakabin.

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