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ONES COUNTRY - BANGARRA DANCE

ONES COUNTRY - BANGARRA DANCE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 01.12.17

The art of telling stories via dance is an imprecise one. In classical ballet there are usually familiar stories supported by emotional music and a set repertoire of gestures with which choreographers communicate different passions and essential plot developments. In...» Read More

 

 

Great Artists, Great Stories, Limited Time

Great Artists, Great Stories, Limited Time

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 30.11.17

The sale of a collection of five works by the most elite of the original Papunya Masters at 15-20% discount has been extended until 25th of December 2017 (when unsold works will be withdrawn). These artists have achieved some of...» Read More

 

 

Moodoonuthi - 'Little One'

Moodoonuthi - 'Little One'

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 27.11.17

The second generation of the acclaimed Bentinck Island artists – famously lead by the late Sally Gabori – is emerging with its own distinctive style. Just like Gabori, who covered canvases in huge blocks of radiant colour in order to...» Read More

 

 

SWEET COUNTRY

SWEET COUNTRY

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 25.11.17

Oh boy, has Warwick Thornton set us a series of virtually unanswerable ethical questions in his latest film as director and cinematographer! 'Sweet Country', his successor in terms of its examination of the Aboriginal condition in Central Australia to the...» Read More

 

 

Industry Corner
Top Job in Aboriginal Art

 

Top Job in Aboriginal Art

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 03.02.16

Senior Resource & Development Officer (Program Manager) Leadership Role in the Aboriginal Art Sector Founded in 1987, The Association of Northern Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists (ANKAAA) is a leading not-for-profit Aboriginal Corporation and the first peak advocacy and support...» Read More

 

Upcoming Events
The Late Mary Macha

 

The Late Mary Macha

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Somehow, the AAD failed to report the death in March of a woman of great importance in the development of Aboriginal art – Mary Macha. She grew from a West Australian job in the State's Native Welfare Department to handling... » Read More

 

Art for the Environment

 

Art for the Environment

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The Environmental Defenders Office of the Northern Territory (EDO NT) is again holding an online Aboriginal art auction to raise funds for its important work (advising and acting for individuals, traditional owners, community groups and conservation groups seeking to protect... » Read More