In June this years I was privileged to visit Yirkalla community in Arnhem Land to do some filming for the Tarnanthi arts festival. Walking into the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirkalla is breathtaking. A remote and proud community surrounded by Top End termite mounds, pandanus, forest fires and croc filled water holes, the arts centre is an inspired explosion of bark art, ochres and burial poles. Yirkalla is home to the original bark painting presented to Parliament to begin the first land title claim in Australia. An inspiring location to be filming elder and acclaimed artist, Nawurapu Wunungmurra as he passed on his knowledge of carving Mukoy (spirits) to his grandson.