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Tuckson, Tony, b. 1921
For much of his life Tony Tuckson's reputation was as the Assistant Director of he Art Gallery of New South Wales, passionately advocating for Aboriginal ...
Bennett, Dorothy, b. 1923
Dorothy Bennett was introduced to Aboriginal art when she was a medical secretary accompanying Dr Stuart Scougall on an excursion to the Northern Territory. She ...
Bourke, Ace, b. 1946
In the popular mind Ace Bourke is one of the two young men who adopted a lion cub and wrote "A Lion Called Christian". But ...
Newmarch, Ann Foster, b. 1945
Painter, printmaker, sculptor and lecturer, studied SA Teachers' College. Member Print Council of Australia.
O'Ferrall, Michael Anthony, b. 1945
Michael O'Ferrall was one of the key curators in fostering recognition of the complexity of Aboriginal art. He worked closely with Aboriginal communities, especially in ...
Thomas, Laurie, b. 1915
Laurie Thomas was a pioneer for professional standards in the two state galleries he headed, Art Gallery of Western Australia and the Queensland Art Gallery. ...
Tuckson, Margaret, b. 1921
Tuckson was a potter working first in low-fired earthenware. She expanded her interest to Papua New Guinea ceramic traditions publishing "The Traditional Pottery of Papau ...
Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre
Art Centre based in Yirrkala that has fostered the careers of many Yolngu artists.
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Ernabella Arts Inc.
One of Australia's oldest Aboriginal art centres. It began as an arts workshop established on the Ernabella Aboriginal Mission in South Australia in 1948. Since ...
Albert Namatjira

by Byrnes, Mona.

The first full retrospective of Albert Namatjira's work was the exhibition that opened the Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs in 1984. It was this exhibition ...

Maningrida Arts
Maningrida Arts, established 1971, is an arts organisation that supports indigenous artists. It has served as a language and research centre; a womens centre; and ...