The Eastern Kulin Nation Seasons A3 poster
A visual representation of the seven seasons of the Eastern Kulin Nations.
A3 (297mm x 420mm)
High quality art print on 240 gsm archival matte paper
Each print comes with a fact sheet describing what happens in each season.
All prints are wrapped in archival tissue paper and shipped using rigid fibreboard cardboard packaging to prevent crushing and bending. All duty of care is taken to ensure it gets to you you in pristine condition.
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The four seasons of the European tradition: summer, autumn, winter and spring, reflect the culture and environment of Europe but do not adequately describe what happens in the tall forests of Victoria.
The lands of the Eastern Kulin people include the Dandenong Ranges, near Melbourne, which they refer to as the 'cold country'. The Kulin have a detailed local understanding of the seasons and the environment. Each season is marked by the movement of the stars in the night sky and changes in the weather, coinciding with the life cycles of plants and animals.