Artwork by Arrernte artist Helen Kemarre Shearer. Of the artwork Shearer writes: 'These are my Dreaming stories from my mother's and my father's country - Arrernte Dreaming tracks. I lived at Atitjere Homelands, which is Harts Range on the white fellas map. Dreaming’s represented are the snake, yalka (bush onion), tjaipa (witchetty grub), honey ant and the seven sisters. Alangwa is shown as a vital food supply which is constant and a strength to and for the people. The hands symbolise the passing down of our Dreaming stories for our future generations.'
NAIDOC 1992 Poster 'Maintain the Dreaming-Our Culture is Our Heritage' © Heather Kemarre Shearer, licenced to the Commonwealth as represented by the National Indigenous Australians Agency available for non-commercial purposes under a Creative Commons 3.0 Australia – Attribution Non-commercial No Derivative Works licence (CC-BY-NC-ND).