April Campbell and Clarrie Long lead a teaching and learning session about iltyem-iltyem for participants at the WANALA Conference in Broome, September 2014
This is an extract of a longer recording, where Eileen Campbell uses speech, sand drawing and sign to tell a story. She speaks in Anmatyerr, a language of Central Australia. She signs in iltyem-iltyem, the Anmatyerr name for Central Australian Sign Language.
This film is from a visit to Yuelemu in 2012. David McCormack is a teacher at the local school at Yuelemu and Dan was working there as a youth worker. As part of Dan’s training, he would come once a week for Anmatyerr lessons from the senior class at the school. Here David gives Dan some tips for Anmatyerr words, phrases and signs to go with them.