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Apa Manyang also known as Willo Da'Kid, walking through the back streets of Sydney, 2014 / Conor Ashleigh
Bib ID 7459969
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [still image, online resource]
Author
Ashleigh, Conor, 1987- photographer
 
Online Access
Description 2014 
1 online resource (1 photograph) : TIFF file, colour 
Series

Australia's South Sudanese refugee community, 2010-2015.

Technical Details

image file : TIFF : 64MB 

Summary

"Apa Manyang walks through the back streets of Sydney's CBD during a break from his studies at the Australian Institute of Music (AIM). Apa commonly known by his musician name Willo da Kid, arrived in Australia with his mother and five siblings in 2004. Apa initially became interested in hip-hop but since studying at the college he's interesting music has grown and he now collaborates with a range of artists."--Information supplied by photographer.

Notes

Title from acquisitions documentation.

Part of the collection: Australia's South Sudanese refugee community, 2010-2015.

Subjects Manyang, Apa -- Photographs.  |  Sudanese Australians -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Photographs.  |  Buildings -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Photographs.  |  Refugees -- Sudan -- Photographs.  |  Sydney (N.S.W.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Photographs.
Occupation Refugees.
Terms of Use Copyright restrictions may apply. 
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