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Media Release: ModroZorje Wanjina Watchers Sculpture Garden opening in Europe in response to Aboriginal violent and hateful conduct and the corrupt actions of the Aboriginal Industry

ModroZorje Wanjina Watchers Sculpture Garden opening in Europe In response to Aboriginal violent and hateful conduct (including vandalism and death threats) towards our DreamRaiser art projects (an initiative to revive Aboriginal spirituality), and the corrupt actions of the Aboriginal industry, ModroGorje Gallery now has the ModroZorje sister centre in Europe, with the Wanjina Watchers in…

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Wanjinas’ smile – another wake-up call to Aborigines

Music & performance: Amadeo Dujmovic Lyrics: Vesna Tenodi, Wanjina CEO Art: Benedikt Osváth, Gina Sinozich, Marina Lapadatovic, Graeme Biddle, Suncica Dzaic Wanjinas’ smile – another wake-up call to Aborigines Hey, listen you all… la, lalala, la who are building the wall… between the skies… and people’s minds… Hey, listen you all… la, lalala, la distorting…

Croatian Herald Exclusive: Death of artistic freedom in Australia – local council supports the vandals

Vesna Tenodi is a well known personality in the Sydney Croatian community. For many years she worked as a translator and interpreter for the Australian Government, and lately also as a community worker with the Croatian Australian Community Council (CACC). In recent years, she – along with husband Damir – renovated a house in the…

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Among the Hostiles excerpts

Our DreamRaiser project was initiated by the Those-Who-Know, or Wanjinas (Aboriginal spiritual forefathers, the DreamTimeKeepers), to raise awareness about two matters: • the dreadful social and spiritual condition the Aboriginal communities live in today, and urgency of a radical change in general approach; • the fact that I responded to the Wanjinas requests and am…

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New racism and humbugging an artist

Katoomba businesswoman Vesna Tenodi commissioned artist Ben Osvath to carve a sculpture –Wandjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone – to celebrate the deep spirituality of Aboriginal culture. Spot their mistake, which has them the targets of death threats, vandalism and moral lectures by the viciously sanctimonious… Read more http://www.kimberleypage.com.au/2010/07/katoomba-gallery-owner-releases-wanjina-song/. Follow us on Facebook: