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The Resource Art and performance in Oceania, edited by Barry Craig, Bernie Kernot and Christopher Anderson

Art and performance in Oceania, edited by Barry Craig, Bernie Kernot and Christopher Anderson

Label
Art and performance in Oceania
Title
Art and performance in Oceania
Statement of responsibility
edited by Barry Craig, Bernie Kernot and Christopher Anderson
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
ANL
Dewey number
700.995
Index
no index present
LC call number
N7410
LC item number
.A78 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1993 :
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Kernot, B
  • Anderson, Christopher
  • Craig, Barry
  • Pacific Arts Association
  • Pacific Arts Association
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Cooperative
  • Flinders University
  • Art and society
  • Art
  • Pacific Islanders
  • Oceania
Label
Art and performance in Oceania, edited by Barry Craig, Bernie Kernot and Christopher Anderson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Papers presented at the 5th Pacific Arts Symposium held 1993, at the South Australian Museum, Adelaide. - Preface
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 296-318
Contents
Part 1: Art as performance in Micronesia and Polynesia / Bernie Kernot -- The relationships between the evaluations of dance performance and the social system in Yap, Micronesia / Junko Konishi -- Clowning as political commentary: Polynesia - then and now / Vilsoni Hereniko -- Festivals, identity and performance: Tahiti and the 6th Pacific Arts Festival / Karen Stevensen -- Imaging the nation: the New Zealand International Exhibition 1906-07 and the model Maori Pa / Bernie Kernot -- Art education in Samoa: acculturated identity / Regina Meredith -- Fat is beautiful : the body as art form in the Pacific / Nancy J. Pollock -- Pt 2: Bringing people back into the collections: Indigenous Australians and the presentation of culture / Christopher Anderson -- Artists as performers: the Flinders University Aboriginal artists-in-residence program re-reviewed /J. V. S. Megaw and M. Ruth Megaw -- Speaking as the "other" / Brenda L. Croft -- Committed photography: recording history / Juno Gemes -- Racism and the state: critical reflections on the organisation of heritage institutions in South Australia / Deane Fergie -- Ethnographic museums and Indigenous peoples: a perspective from Western Australia / John E. Stanton -- Old galleries, new people / Christopher Anderson -- Part 3: From performance to museum in Melanesia / Barry Craig -- A festival to honour the dead and revitalise society: masks and prestige in a Gamei community (Lower Ramu, Papua New Guinea) / Dirk Smidt and Soroi Marepo Eoe -- Sulka masked ceremonies and exchange / Chris Isaac and Barry Craig -- The significance of the tantannua dance within the Verem malagan / Noah J. Lurang -- Taxonomic structure and typology in the malangan ritual art tradition of Tabar, New Ireland / Michael Gunn -- The acoustic properties of the Fijian "slit-gongs" / Rod Ewins -- The woodcarvings of Mutuaga, a 19th century artist of the Massim district of Papua New Guinea / Harry Beran -- Women and the fibre arts of Papua New Guinea / Wendy Choulai and Jacquelyn Lewis-Harris -- Tree-houses, representation and photography on the Papuan coast, 1880 to 1930 / Max Quanchi -- "Our ethnographical troops in the field" : Swedes and museum collecting in Melanesia circa 1900 / Helena Regius -- Art of Astrolabe Bay: history of research, results and future research tasks / Gabor Vargyas -- Part 3: Pan-Pacific developments / Barry Craig -- Out of the doldrums: museums and cultural centres in Pacific Island countries in the 1990s / Susan Cochrane -- Of old models and new in Pacific art: real or spurious? / Philip J. C. Dark
Control code
000020242153
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 318 p.
Isbn
9781863331852
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps, ports
System control number
(OCoLC)43377093
Label
Art and performance in Oceania, edited by Barry Craig, Bernie Kernot and Christopher Anderson
Publication
Note
Papers presented at the 5th Pacific Arts Symposium held 1993, at the South Australian Museum, Adelaide. - Preface
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 296-318
Contents
Part 1: Art as performance in Micronesia and Polynesia / Bernie Kernot -- The relationships between the evaluations of dance performance and the social system in Yap, Micronesia / Junko Konishi -- Clowning as political commentary: Polynesia - then and now / Vilsoni Hereniko -- Festivals, identity and performance: Tahiti and the 6th Pacific Arts Festival / Karen Stevensen -- Imaging the nation: the New Zealand International Exhibition 1906-07 and the model Maori Pa / Bernie Kernot -- Art education in Samoa: acculturated identity / Regina Meredith -- Fat is beautiful : the body as art form in the Pacific / Nancy J. Pollock -- Pt 2: Bringing people back into the collections: Indigenous Australians and the presentation of culture / Christopher Anderson -- Artists as performers: the Flinders University Aboriginal artists-in-residence program re-reviewed /J. V. S. Megaw and M. Ruth Megaw -- Speaking as the "other" / Brenda L. Croft -- Committed photography: recording history / Juno Gemes -- Racism and the state: critical reflections on the organisation of heritage institutions in South Australia / Deane Fergie -- Ethnographic museums and Indigenous peoples: a perspective from Western Australia / John E. Stanton -- Old galleries, new people / Christopher Anderson -- Part 3: From performance to museum in Melanesia / Barry Craig -- A festival to honour the dead and revitalise society: masks and prestige in a Gamei community (Lower Ramu, Papua New Guinea) / Dirk Smidt and Soroi Marepo Eoe -- Sulka masked ceremonies and exchange / Chris Isaac and Barry Craig -- The significance of the tantannua dance within the Verem malagan / Noah J. Lurang -- Taxonomic structure and typology in the malangan ritual art tradition of Tabar, New Ireland / Michael Gunn -- The acoustic properties of the Fijian "slit-gongs" / Rod Ewins -- The woodcarvings of Mutuaga, a 19th century artist of the Massim district of Papua New Guinea / Harry Beran -- Women and the fibre arts of Papua New Guinea / Wendy Choulai and Jacquelyn Lewis-Harris -- Tree-houses, representation and photography on the Papuan coast, 1880 to 1930 / Max Quanchi -- "Our ethnographical troops in the field" : Swedes and museum collecting in Melanesia circa 1900 / Helena Regius -- Art of Astrolabe Bay: history of research, results and future research tasks / Gabor Vargyas -- Part 3: Pan-Pacific developments / Barry Craig -- Out of the doldrums: museums and cultural centres in Pacific Island countries in the 1990s / Susan Cochrane -- Of old models and new in Pacific art: real or spurious? / Philip J. C. Dark
Control code
000020242153
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 318 p.
Isbn
9781863331852
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps, ports
System control number
(OCoLC)43377093

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