The Resource Indigenous Australia : enduring civilisation 23 April - 2 August 2015

Indigenous Australia : enduring civilisation 23 April - 2 August 2015

Label
Indigenous Australia : enduring civilisation 23 April - 2 August 2015
Title
Indigenous Australia
Title remainder
enduring civilisation 23 April - 2 August 2015
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Advertises and promotes the Indigenous Australia : Enduring Civilisation exhibition held at the British Museum, London, England, 23 April to 2 August 2015; describes the exhibition; includes separate brochure advertising special events including films, lectures and discussions; includes information on access
Cataloging source
AIAS
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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British Museum
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  • British Museum
  • Indigenous Australia : Enduring Civilisation (Exhibition)
  • Art, Aboriginal Australian
  • Art, Torres Strait Islander
Label
Indigenous Australia : enduring civilisation 23 April - 2 August 2015
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • At head of title: The BP exhibition
  • Illustrative content: Brochure cover: Kunmanara Hogan, Tjaruwa Woods, Yarangka Thomas, Estelle Hogan, Ngalpingka Simms and Myrtle Pennington. Kungkarangkalpa (detail), 2013; Mask of turtle shell. Mer, Torres Strait, before 1855; Pearl shell pendant with dancing figures. Kimberley region, Western Australia, before 1926; back cover: Bark painting of a barramundi. Western Australia, about 1961
  • Illustrative content: Events brochure: cover: Mask of turtle shell. Mer, Torres Strait, before 1855; Kunmanara Hogan, Tjaruwa Woods, Yarangka Thomas, Estelle Hogan, Ngalpingka Simms and Myrtle Pennington. Kungkarangkalpa (detail), 2013; Heath Bergersen (photo by David Ennis); Judy Watson (b. 1959) the holes in the land 3 (detail), 2015; Melissa Lacashenko (photo by Melissa Lucashenko); Simon Hogan (b. 1930). Likurlka (detail), 2005; still from film Mystery Road; still from film Ten Canoes; Peter Yu and Mathew Trinca in front of Ut Uta Tjangala’s Yumari (1981) (photo by Jason McCarthy, National Museum of Australia); Bark painting of a barramundi. WesternAustralia, about 1961; Maria Nugent (photo by National Museum of Australia); Peter Austin (unattributed photo)
Carrier category
card
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Indigenous Australia : enduring civilsation 23 April - 2 August 2015 -- Indigenous Australia : enduring civilisation 23 April - 2 August 2015 : events
Dimensions
  • 21cm
  • 21cm
Extent
  • 1 folded card (2 pages)
  • 1 folded card (9 pages)
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by Cathryn Zdanowicz
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
  • colour illustrations, portraits
  • colour illustrations, portraits
Label
Indigenous Australia : enduring civilisation 23 April - 2 August 2015
Publication
Note
  • At head of title: The BP exhibition
  • Illustrative content: Brochure cover: Kunmanara Hogan, Tjaruwa Woods, Yarangka Thomas, Estelle Hogan, Ngalpingka Simms and Myrtle Pennington. Kungkarangkalpa (detail), 2013; Mask of turtle shell. Mer, Torres Strait, before 1855; Pearl shell pendant with dancing figures. Kimberley region, Western Australia, before 1926; back cover: Bark painting of a barramundi. Western Australia, about 1961
  • Illustrative content: Events brochure: cover: Mask of turtle shell. Mer, Torres Strait, before 1855; Kunmanara Hogan, Tjaruwa Woods, Yarangka Thomas, Estelle Hogan, Ngalpingka Simms and Myrtle Pennington. Kungkarangkalpa (detail), 2013; Heath Bergersen (photo by David Ennis); Judy Watson (b. 1959) the holes in the land 3 (detail), 2015; Melissa Lacashenko (photo by Melissa Lucashenko); Simon Hogan (b. 1930). Likurlka (detail), 2005; still from film Mystery Road; still from film Ten Canoes; Peter Yu and Mathew Trinca in front of Ut Uta Tjangala’s Yumari (1981) (photo by Jason McCarthy, National Museum of Australia); Bark painting of a barramundi. WesternAustralia, about 1961; Maria Nugent (photo by National Museum of Australia); Peter Austin (unattributed photo)
Carrier category
card
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Indigenous Australia : enduring civilsation 23 April - 2 August 2015 -- Indigenous Australia : enduring civilisation 23 April - 2 August 2015 : events
Dimensions
  • 21cm
  • 21cm
Extent
  • 1 folded card (2 pages)
  • 1 folded card (9 pages)
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by Cathryn Zdanowicz
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
  • colour illustrations, portraits
  • colour illustrations, portraits

Library Locations

    • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)Borrow it
      51 Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT, 2601, AU
      -35.292556 149.118617
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