Pantjiti MacKenzie is a senior Pitjantjatjara woman from the APY lands of northern South Australia. She spent much of her life in Ernabella where she and her late husband set up EVTV to make films recording a wide range of Anangu experiences. She documented the Land Rights movement on film. Her homeland is on Puka Station, NT. Pantjiti moved 2009 to Docker River to live with her new partner. She is a respected senior law woman as well as an accomplished Ngangkari or traditional healer. A talented crafter of wood, she became the chair of Maruku Arts in 2015. She is also an experienced and exhibited painter, batik artist and grass sculptor with Tjanpi Desert Weavers.
Born : 1941 Community : Docker River Language : Pitjantjatjara
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