The Resource Friendly country - friendly people : an exhibition of Aboriginal artworks, from the peoples of the Tanami and Great Sandy Deserts / curated by Dick Kimber and Joanne Boniface

Friendly country - friendly people : an exhibition of Aboriginal artworks, from the peoples of the Tanami and Great Sandy Deserts / curated by Dick Kimber and Joanne Boniface

Label
Friendly country - friendly people : an exhibition of Aboriginal artworks, from the peoples of the Tanami and Great Sandy Deserts / curated by Dick Kimber and Joanne Boniface
Title
Friendly country - friendly people : an exhibition of Aboriginal artworks, from the peoples of the Tanami and Great Sandy Deserts / curated by Dick Kimber and Joanne Boniface
Subject
Summary
Social and cultural context for the creation of Western Desert acrylic art; significance of culture heroes, associated sites and mythology - honey ant, possum, evil spirit, snake, crow, wallaby, bandicoot, culture hero; includes an account from Dick Kimbers diary - A Day with Uta Uta Tjangala; association with country; conventions surrounding the location and revelation of a sacred stone (women present due to reduced numbers of senior men); gathering and hunting activities on the journey
Label
Friendly country - friendly people : an exhibition of Aboriginal artworks, from the peoples of the Tanami and Great Sandy Deserts / curated by Dick Kimber and Joanne Boniface
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Folder contains 1 booklet [14p.], 1 copy of speech made by Lois ODonoghue at opening of exhibition in Canberra, 1 set of teachers notes and guiding strategies [7p.], introduction [1 leaf], 1 invitation.; Title taken from booklet
Control code
M0010628
Extent
1 folder containing 5 parts; col. ill., maps, ports.
Governing access note
Not for Inter-Library Loan
Stock number
p 015111
System control number
0008409
Label
Friendly country - friendly people : an exhibition of Aboriginal artworks, from the peoples of the Tanami and Great Sandy Deserts / curated by Dick Kimber and Joanne Boniface
Publication
Note
Folder contains 1 booklet [14p.], 1 copy of speech made by Lois ODonoghue at opening of exhibition in Canberra, 1 set of teachers notes and guiding strategies [7p.], introduction [1 leaf], 1 invitation.; Title taken from booklet
Control code
M0010628
Extent
1 folder containing 5 parts; col. ill., maps, ports.
Governing access note
Not for Inter-Library Loan
Stock number
p 015111
System control number
0008409

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