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For all of us : Aboriginal artists Sally Morgan and Bronwyn Bancroft ponder their place in John Howard's Australia : story, by Nikki Barrowclough

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For all of us : Aboriginal artists Sally Morgan and Bronwyn Bancroft ponder their place in John Howard's Australia : story
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For all of us
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Aboriginal artists Sally Morgan and Bronwyn Bancroft ponder their place in John Howard's Australia : story
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by Nikki Barrowclough
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Summary
Discusses the life and political views of artist and author Sally Morgan and her friendship and collaboration with artist Bronwyn Bancroft who is, like Morgan, of mixed heritage ; includes information on both women's views on copyright of Aboriginal artists, reconciliation and identity issues ; both women remain optimistic about the future and value the support of non-Aboriginal Australians ; some concerns are expressed about Australian galleries respect for Indigenous artists
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Barrowclough, Nikki
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  • Morgan, Sally
  • Bancroft, Bronwyn
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For all of us : Aboriginal artists Sally Morgan and Bronwyn Bancroft ponder their place in John Howard's Australia : story, by Nikki Barrowclough
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M0012229
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p. [24]-36 ;
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col. ill., ports.
Label
For all of us : Aboriginal artists Sally Morgan and Bronwyn Bancroft ponder their place in John Howard's Australia : story, by Nikki Barrowclough
Publication
Control code
M0012229
Extent
p. [24]-36 ;
Other physical details
col. ill., ports.

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