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NATSIAA SURPRISES

NATSIAA SURPRISES

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2014-06-25 18:38:12

The great names are there at this year's National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards – Namatjira, Marawili, Marika, Burton, Thaiday, Petyarre, Mabo, Yalandja and Nadjamerrek. But rather than having the Christian names you'd probably recognise, 2014 will introduce...» Read More

 

WA  AWARDS SPRING A SURPRISE

WA AWARDS SPRING A SURPRISE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2013-08-23 17:15:16

Oh Boy, they must be crowing in Queensland! In Perth, a Queenslander took out the Big One – actually, the country's biggest Indigenous art award of $50,000; and behind him were 2 fellow Sunshine Staters. In Darwin two weeks ago,...» Read More

 

NATSIAAS REFRESHED

NATSIAAS REFRESHED

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2013-08-09 17:46:12

The leaders of both of the main groupings of remote Aboriginal art centres have spoken out recently about the gulf between Indigenous and urban Australia. Philip Watkins, CEO of Desart, representing 45 Central Australian centres, rationalised that “High end galleries...» Read More

 

Revelatory show of strength in tradition

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-08-17 22:08:55

The great achievement of this year's 27th annual Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award exhibition lies in its quality of overview: it is a portrait of the art-making currents of remote central and northern Australia, broad-brush, yet...» Read More

 

“Urban Aboriginal Art – A Survey Show 2010”

“Urban Aboriginal Art – A Survey Show 2010”

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-05-08 18:15:30

Australian Indigenous art is not all that we had imagined it to be. When one thinks of Aboriginal art, a genre driven by a nomadic way of life, one thinks of watering holes and an ancient form of communicating. The...» Read More

 

“Urban Aboriginal Art – A Survey Show 2010”

“Urban Aboriginal Art – A Survey Show 2010”

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-05-08 18:02:21

Australian Indigenous art is not all that we had imagined it to be. When one thinks of Aboriginal art, a genre driven by a nomadic way of life, one thinks of watering holes and an ancient form of communicating. The...» Read More

 

Fringe artists find power in collective spirit

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-05-02 03:50:15

And then there's the lesser known, yet just as significant, 61-year-old Jane Young - a star of Alice Spring's town camp painting scene. Young is from Tangentyere Artists - an indigenous art centre established five years ago in Alice Springs to...» Read More

 

Town Camps and Mission Blankets

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-11-14 00:00:00

In association with Tangentyere Artists, Japingka Gallery presents the paintings and stories of Indigenous artists from the Alice Springs Town Camps. This exhibition of small paintings includes images of daily life in the homes and yards of the artists and...» Read More

 

Town Camps and Mission Blankets

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-11-11 05:55:35

In association with Tangentyere Artists, Japingka Gallery presents the paintings and stories of Indigenous artists from the Alice Springs Town Camps. This exhibition of small paintings includes images of daily life in the homes and yards of the artists and...» Read More

 

Aboriginal art triples

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-10-27 05:27:33

Kieran Finnane from the Alice Springs News discusses the new publication, McCulloch's Contemporary Aboriginal Art: McCulloch notes eight Aboriginal-owned arts centres in Alice at present. These, and in particular the two set up to cater for artists from town camps, get...» Read More

 

Kevin Wirri - Artist

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-09-09 03:55:36

From ABC Radio's Street Stories comes a story about Kevin Wirri. Listin to it on ABC radio on September 14 2008. This is the story of a great artist who lives with his family in one of the town camps that...» Read More

 

Conditions of Aboriginal people in Alice Springs and the town camps

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-04-09 23:06:06

An article about the condition of the town camps and people's feelings about...» Read More

 

Curse of alcohol and the fate of Aborigines

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-09-19 03:13:19

International Herald Tribune Tim Johnston September 19, 2007 Article in the International Herald Tribune about Aboriginal artist Dicky Brown and the difficulties living in Hoppy's camp. Quoted from article: Still, there are advantages living in Hoppy's. Brown, who suffered a stroke five years ago, gets...» Read More