Indigenous Art Curators Off to Venice

Indigenous Art Curators Off to Venice

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 22.05.17

The Australia Council for the Arts has announced that nine established Aboriginal Art Curators are taking part in an international exchange program at the 57th Biennale in Venice. Ozco's Executive Director Strategic Development and Advocacy, Dr Wendy Were explained that...» Read More

 

KATTER'S LAW

KATTER'S LAW

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 14.02.17

Yesterday independent MP Bob Katter introduced a private bill to the Federal Parliament which he hopes will stop non-Indigenous people - including foreigners - from exploiting and profiting from the "oldest culture on earth" through the sale of fake Aboriginal...» Read More

 

Japanese 'Didg' Star in Sydney

Japanese 'Didg' Star in Sydney

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 07.02.17

News Source: Press Release Japanese artist and musician, Hiroki Morimoto, more popularly known as the artist Goma, is being brought to Sydney for the first time by The Japan Foundation for a special performance of his didgeridoo music for one...» Read More

 

WAITING FOR ALLIGATOR

WAITING FOR ALLIGATOR

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 22.09.16

A play less like Samuel Beckett's could hardly be imagined. But like 'Godot', we do spend a good part of 'The Drover's Wife' waiting for, but never meeting Alligator, the legendary dog in the Henry Lawson story that gave Leah...» Read More

 

KEN SISTERS WIN THE WYNNE!

KEN SISTERS WIN THE WYNNE!

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 15.07.16

It's that time of year again when the Art Gallery of NSW gets down and populist with its Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes announced today. The Archibald is the 'Big Telstra' equivalent, of course. But the greatest Indigenous significance this...» Read More

 

DANCING NYAPANYAPA

DANCING NYAPANYAPA

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 20.06.16

It was an emotional night as the Bangarra Dance Theatre - wasn't it once called Bangarra Aboriginal Dance Theatre? – opened a triple bill of dances in Sydney which will tour the country until September and then head for the...» Read More

 

FILMS GO BACK TO COUNTRY

FILMS GO BACK TO COUNTRY

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 14.06.16

The Sydney Film Festival opened with an Indigenous thriller and followed up with a Black documentary that is also slated for a theatrical release. But the coincidental parallels between the two were almost as important as each film on its...» Read More