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The Australian Aboriginal Heritage: An Introduction Through the Arts

R. M. (Ronald Murray) Berndt, Editor; E.S. Phillips, Editor
Format
Book
Published
Sydney, Australian Society for Education through the arts in association with Ure Smith [1973]
Language
English
ISBN
0725401303, 9780725401306
Contents
  • The Arts of LIfe: An Introduction
  • Part one: the social beginnings of the arts
  • Part two: story, myth, and song
  • Part three: rock art
  • Part four: sculpture and bark painting
  • Part five: music and dance
  • Part six: the future of Aboriginal arts
Keywords
Yalata
Arnhem Land
Oral literature
X-ray art
Wandina
Gaiya
Bathurst and Melville Islands
Groote Eyelandt
Port Keats
Kimberley
Mornington Island
Pitjantjara
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    a| 320 pages b| illustrations and audio disc (4s. 12 in. 33 1/3 rpm) and 25 overhead transparencies. c| 31 cm
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