Simon Hogan

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Spinifex Arts Project tours Germany in 2013

Spinifex Arts Project tours Germany in 2013

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2012-12-13 22:46:41

PRO COMMUNITY is an exhibition format developed and organized by Artkelch in Freiburg, Germany, that features excellent art from community based art centers in a touring exhibition in Germany. Artists from one art centre (or a small group of art...» Read More

 

Voting Now Online for Big WA Indigenous Art Prize

Voting Now Online for Big WA Indigenous Art Prize

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2008-11-20 12:17:21

A unique opportunity to vote online for the big Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards' People's Choice Prize is on offer until January 4. All the works by 16 artists selected for the first WA Indigenous Art Awards exhibition can now be...» Read More

 

Papunya Tula Cleans up the Big Art Prizes

Papunya Tula Cleans up the Big Art Prizes

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2008-11-03 14:18:29

Pintupu artist Patrick Tjungurrayi has taken out the richest indigenous art prize in the country - the new WA Indigenous Art Award, established last year at $50,000 for the national prize, and $10,000 for a WA winner. June Walkutjukurr Richards...» Read More

 

Pila Nguru Art of the Spinifex People

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2002-08-07 08:34:56

'When the Spinifex people returned to their homelands in the 1980's after their displacement during the Maralinga atomic tests, they found the southern part of their country had been converted in to a nature reserve, the northern third leased to...» Read More

 

Pila Nguru, Art and Song from the Spinifex People

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2001-02-05 05:13:37

In January 2001 the Spinifex People were awarded Native Title over an area the size of Tasmania, in the most remote region of Western Australia. Ten paintings depicting ownership of the Spinifex country were formally included in the preamble to...» Read More

 

Find out more about Simon Hogan at the Aboriginal Art Directory