May, 2008

White Knight

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 24.05.08

Martin Flanagan looks at Beverley Knight, owner of Alcaston Gallery and direct of the Essendon Football Club. Quoted from the article: Knight connected with Aboriginal art in the 1980s after she decided to decorate two Melbourne restaurants she and her...» Read More

Unusual technique, for the sake of friends and heritage

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 24.05.08

A Sydney Morning Herald article about Lin Onus and the current exhibition, . The Aboriginal Art Directory launched an eBlast about this exhibition in May 2008. View the It All Started from Black - In Memory of Lin Onus Slideshow....» Read More

Introducing Australia's Premier Aboriginal Art Gallery to the World Wide Web

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 24.05.08

Bundarra Gallery showcases contemporary and modern Aboriginal art from the finest indigenous artists of Australia. It houses a unique collection of paintings and artifacts displaying the best work of Australian Aboriginal Culture. Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia (PRWEB) May 22, 2008...» Read More

Kate Owen Gallery presents 30 Emu Dreamings by Kudditji Kngwarreye, Sydney Australia

Kate Owen Gallery presents 30 Emu Dreamings by Kudditji Kngwarreye, Sydney Australia

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 23.05.08

A rare solo exhibition of 30 paintings by Kudditji Kngwarreye. Paintings by the eighty year old legend Kudditji, are hot property right now both here and internationally, as his highly individual works soar in popularity. Like his late sister Emily...» Read More

The Art of Reconciliation

The Art of Reconciliation

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 22.05.08

National Reconciliation Week falls between 27th May and 3rd June every year. These are two significant dates in Australia‚Äôs history and particularly in relation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. In celebration, East The Art of Reconciliation, where non-indigenous artists will...» Read More

Aboriginal art can still be bought, despite world demand

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 22.05.08

Adam Knight's a passionate man. The Melbourne gallery owner and art dealer just loves Aboriginal art. And he's not the only one. This article focuses on the Aboriginal Art market, suggesting: Aboriginal people may only make up two per cent...» Read More

The Year of the Apology

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 22.05.08

Arts Northern Rivers (NSW) is proud to present The Year of the Apology, a landmark exhibition featuring the work of over 50 Indigenous artists from the Northern Rivers region, including Digby Moran, Les Evans, Garth Lena, Karla Dickens, Bevan Skinner,...» Read More

Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair website

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 20.05.08

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair website which provides information about this exciting event to be held at the Darwin Convention centre from the 14th to the 16th of August 2008. Apolline Kohen...» Read More

Sydeny Biennale

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 20.05.08

The following Indigenous artists will be appearing at the important Sydeny Biennale, opening on 18th June and running until 7 September: Tommy McRae, Mick Kubarrku, Doreen Reid Nakamarra, Gordon Bennett, Tracey Moffatt, Vernon Ah Kee, Destiny Deacon and Richard Bell*.*...» Read More

Indigenous art - unbranded

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 19.05.08

An article in the Brisbane Times about Gordon Bennett, featured as he currently has a show at the Queensland Art Gallery....» Read More

Indigenous Photographers

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 18.05.08

Will Owen posts about living Indigenous photographers....» Read More