Watch Excerpts from Ochres
Ochres is a creative portrayal of the most common colours of this earthy substance - yellow, black, red and white - its myriad purposes and its spiritual significance to Aboriginal people.
This informative, archival interview with Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, includes Ochres performance scenes featuring Dance Artists from the mid-1990s.
Meet the Clan
Former Bangarra Dance Artist and original Ochres cast member, Cynthia Lochard discusses her experience as a non-Indigenous artist coming from the New York City Ballet to the extremely different world of Bangarra Dance Theatre.
Ochre is of the earth
Through ochre runs a tactile imprint of all that is sacred. Discover more about this precious resource and its many uses.
Behind the Scenes
Watch Dance Artists Leonard Mickelo and Tara Gower as they move under the camera's flash in the Ochres 2015 season photoshoot.
Listen to Ochres: Black
The section of Ochres titled ‘Black’ explores Yolŋu men's cultural practices including the War Dances (traditional 'Stick Dance'), fire skills and their understanding of the nature and movements of animals which inform hunting methods.