Dungarimba Wandarahn is a major large scale site specific installation incorporating digital projection, video and sound by internationally regarded artist Craig Walsh.
This project will tell the story of Aunty Irene Harrington, one of the first Aboriginal students to attend Lismore High School (the site now developed into the Lismore Quadrangle).
This multi-art form event, held over 4 nights, will express Bundjalung language and story through activating the architecture and environmental elements within the precinct through projection and sound. The Quad has partnered with Southern Cross University’s Gnibi College of Indigenous people to bring to life their significant body of work into Bundjalung language.
This project was assisted by the NSW Government through the Heritage Near Me program.
More details coming soon!