|Date of Birth
|Mimili Maku Arts
Betty Mula was born in Mparntwe (Alice Springs) in 1973 and was brought up by her mother in Imanpa. After attending school in both Imanpa and Mparntwe, Betty starting painting at Imanpa Craft Room.
One of Betty's sisters lived in Mimili community at the time. When she passed away in the late 1980s, Betty came to Mimili community for Sorry Business. In Anangu culture, funeral rites can last for many weeks. While in Mimili Betty met her husband, Teddy Wangin.
Betty is a cheerful woman who spends most days in the art centre, but also has a wealth of knowledge for Country and its traditional foods. On the weekends, Betty can often be found out bush hunting for tinka (goannas) or maku (witchetty grubs).