No Language No People Ceramic Mug
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Add a splash of amazing Indigenous art to your kitchen with an amazing collection of ceramic mugs. Classic in shape and stunning in design, our mugs are perfectly portioned for sipping hot cocoa, tea or your morning cup of coffee.
Our ceramic mugs are both dishwasher and microwave safe. Our mugs are designed and printed in Australia.
This lovely collection makes a unique gift for someone who enjoys a cuppa!
- 82mm (dia.) x 95mm (h)
- Dishwasher & Microwave safe
Artist: Lani Balzan
Artwork: No Language No People
"So many of our Indigenous languages have been lost and this is a sad fact. I know from my own experience that I was not taught my language as my Elders were forbidden to speak it. This denial of language has had a devastating impact on our culture and is why language is important. It must be kept alive through the generations. "Wiray Naiyang Wiray Mayiny" (No Language, No People).
In my painting, the single black dots on the white background depict the 130 plus languages already lost. The circle in the black top dotted area in the top left corner represents our ancestors. The single dots on the black background are the 120 endangered languages still spoken today.
The gathering symbol in the middle represents all Indigenous people coming together and sharing the importance of our language. The Wedge-Tail Eagle is my own Totem but in this painting it represents Strength and Courage over the languages and how important it is to protect them."
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MEET THE ARTIST
Aboriginal Wiradjuri woman
Lani Balzan is a proud Aboriginal Wiradjuri woman. Painting is Lani's passion and she uses her art to showcase the beauty of her culture. As an art therapist and an educational officer, Lani endeavours to make a positive difference in the lives of young people and their families by teaching them about Indigenous culture.
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