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The Heart of Everything: The Art and Artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands

Nicholas Evans, Author; Louise Martin-Chew, Author
Format
Book
Published
Fitzroy BC, Vic. : McCulloch & McCulloch Australian Art Books, 2008.
Language
English
ISBN
9780980449419, 0980449413, 9780980449402, 0980449405
Contents
  • Dulka Warngiid a place of our own
  • Forward
  • 'At the heart of everything i the land'
  • Origins of the contemporary art movement
  • A contemporary art movement develops
  • People of the Strand: the Kaiadilt of Bentinck Island
  • Leading exhibiting artists: Reggie Robertson, Gordon Watt, Sally Gabori, May Moodoonuthi, Netta Loogatha, Paula Paul, Thelma Burke, Emily Evans
  • The Future
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    a| The heart of everything : b| the art and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands / c| [authors, Nicholas Evans, Louise Martin-Chew, Paul Memmott].
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    a| 100 pages (some folded) : b| illustrations (some color), map, portraits ; c| 29 cm
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    a| "Woomera Aboriginal Corporation, Mornington Island Arts & Craft."
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    a| Includes bibliographical references (page 98).
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    a| Features the work of artists from Mornington Island Arts and Craft Centre.
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