Apmere angkentye-kenhe mpwaretyenhe apmere Mparntwe-nge Arrernte mapeke. Artist mape apurte-irretyenhe tyerrtye Arrernte mapenge angkentye Arrernte rlterrke atnyenetyeke imernemele tyerrtye apmere arrpenhe-arenye mapeke alke.
Apmere angkentye-kenhe is a social project made in collaboration by artists and Arrernte people, valuing Central/Eastern Arrernte as the first language of Mparntwe Alice Springs and examining the potential of language exchange to affect place, people and power.
The project was run independently as an artist-run initiative operating out of the Yellow Shed behind the Uniting Church in Todd Mall, Mparntwe (Alice Springs). Activities valuing Arrernte language were run from here and a range of language learning materials were created.
You can now purchase these materials online through the Interrentye website.
The App can be purchased and downloaded from the Google Play Store or App Store. Search for Awemele itelaretyeke.