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Adam Hill's Very Public Art

Adam Hill's Very Public Art

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2012-07-18 11:34:11

COMMUTERS visiting Campbelltown railway station will have their day brightened thanks to a public art project by Aboriginal artist Adam Hill. Sydney-based Hill was commissioned to design 80 panels around the station including at the taxi rank and the bus interchange. Hill's...» Read More

 

Art prize of $40k open to Aboriginal artists from NSW

Art prize of $40k open to Aboriginal artists from NSW

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2012-06-25 14:46:42

THE 2012 PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES ABORIGINAL ART PRIZE IS NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES Aboriginal artists born in or living as residents of New South Wales are invited to enter the 2012 Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art...» Read More

 

Boost for NSW Aboriginal Artists

Boost for NSW Aboriginal Artists

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2011-06-28 12:06:06

The NSW Parliament has participated in the signing of a new Memorandum of Understanding that will ensure the continued development of the Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize; an annual exhibition designed to recognise and promote Aboriginal artists in NSW. The...» Read More

 

Local artists take out major prize

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-10-28 20:53:58

Euraba Artists and Papermakers have taken out the 2010 NSW Parliament Aboriginal Art Prize. The winner of the prize was announced at NSW Parliament House on Wednesday, October 20. The Euraba artists won with their collaborative work, ‘Gaduu – Murray cod 2010’,...» Read More

 

Finalists announced for Aboriginal Art Prize

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-10-03 00:21:32

The finalists of the 2010 Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize have been announced, with 43 works from 37 artists being displayed at NSW Parliament House from September 29 - October 28. The art prize was established in 2005 and is...» Read More

 

Indigenous history carved in stone

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-07-10 22:42:52

Djon Mundine thinks there should have been more of an Aboriginal presence in the Sydney Biennale. He mentions the theme of the event - "The beauty of distance: songs of survival in a precarious age" - and asks why more...» Read More

 

Indigenous art fellowships

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-07-09 22:36:31

The art world knows it has a problem. While indigenous artists are showered with fame and money, there is little participation by indigenous people in the managerial side of the arts. The director of the National Gallery of Australia, Ron Radford,...» Read More

 

2009 Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize to visit local gallery

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-05-24 23:33:26

The Northern Rivers Community Gallery will host the 2009 Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize. The exhibition begins on Wednesday 26 May, with the official launch on Friday 28 May at 6.00pm. The Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize is...» Read More

 

Indigenous art prize

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-04-01 14:54:03

The Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize (long name but a rich art prize) is awarded to a NSW Aboriginal artist . The prize is $20,000. Yeeha! And the winning work is bought by the Parliament of New South Wales. For...» Read More

 

Campbelltown Arts Centre - Aboriginal Art Display

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-07-06 05:23:28

Great post by Kate on the bike about the Aboriginal Art Display at the Campbelltown Arts Centre: ...» Read More

 

2009 Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-06-09 00:24:45

The Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize has an award of $20,000, and is awarded annually to a NSW Aboriginal artist. Entries for the 2009 Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize close on 26 June. Further information:...» Read More

 

A culture celebrated

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-10-09 14:42:39

CAMPBELLTOWN Arts Centre kicked off its latest exhibition with a talk about the concerns facing Aboriginal artists in NSW. Ngadhu, Ngulili, Ngeaninyagu was launched last month by activist, actor and writer Gary Foley. He spoke at the first Black2Blak2 conference about the...» Read More