Apmere angkentye-kenhe is an ongoing language project and space in Mparntwe/Alice Springs. It values the power of language and recognises and promotes Central/Eastern Arrernte as the first language of this place.
Made through a collaboration between artists and Arrernte people, this social project exames the potential of language knowledge exchange to affect local relationships.
The project initially produced a series of Arrernte language related events, screenings, exhibitions, sound works and learning resources and repurposed a shed in the middle of town as an experimental educational space in June and July 2017.
Visit the official project website here
50 Words Everyone Living in Mparntwe Should Know
Learn 50 Arrente words on the project's Soundcloud here.