Today on our Artventure we visited Australia. Australia happens to be the home of the world’s largest rock known as “Uluru.” Uluru is a sacred natural formation and is around 1,100ft tall.
Australia’s aborigine’s art stood as the main form of communication in the earlier times because there was no written language. The art was based upon important stories that occurred in their cultures past. They would use dots on their artwork and even painted the didgeridu. Each painting told one of the many stories associated with their culture. The Aborigines used dots to hide information because they were afraid that others would be able to understand them otherwise.