Musician Jimmy Little visited Ramingining during the Bak'bididi Festival in October, as part of his Jimmy Little Foundation 'Thumbs Up !' workshops.  Visiting various communities in Arnhem Land to promote a healthy lifestyle, Jimmy and his team wrote and recorded songs with local kids, while his chef Cos Tambling conducted cooking workshops.  A highlight of the Bak'bididi festival was being entertained by Jimmy Little on the Saturday night of the festival.

Bula'bula artists participated in the project, by creating a big 'Thumbs Up!' painting as part of the workhops, which depicted healthy food options, including local bush tucker.

For more information about the Jimmy Little Foundation ad the Thumbs Up! program, visit:

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Date of birth : 1975

Language : Djinba

Clan : Wuduminy

Social Affiliations : Dhuwa moiety, Gamanydjan subsection 


Marley is the daughter of the renowned artist Clara Wubugwubuk

Select Group Exhibitions:
2006, Recently Ramingining, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney
2006,  Many many canoes: An exhibition in celebration of the film Ten Canoes, Tandanya, National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide
2006, Gunga Dhawu (Pandanus story), Territory Craft, Darwin
2007, 24th National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Museum & Art Gallery of the NT, Darwin
2007, Palya Art In Melbourne, (Helen Read), Kew, Vic

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