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Saturday 17 Mar 2012

Saturday 10 Mar 2012

  • The artists whose work has been shortlisted for the 2012 Victorian Indigenous Art Awards are drawn from across the state but they riff on a set of interlacing themes: country, belonging and memory.

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Saturday 3 Mar 2012

  • Last week we talked about protocol and cultural rights and ownership in the commissioning of public art; who can reference Aboriginal culture in public spaces, and where do you draw the line. Tonight - we’re going to talk about some of the same issues in the performing arts.

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  • Through a unique collaborative effort, four radio plays have been pieced together using a traditional story as the template. Aboriginal Resource and Development Services tapped into the knowledge bank of three first time actors to create Djetpuy dhäwu mala. In strengthening Aboriginal culture, the four radio plays are all in the Yolngu Matha language.

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Saturday 25 Feb 2012

  • A 5-metre high bronze sculpture of an elephant and a native marsupial water rat has been commissioned by the Queensland Government for the fifth anniversary of Brisbane's Gallery of Modern Art - GoMA.

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  • The first instalment in a new series of traditional stories from every state and territory. The story of Girbar is from Saibai, one of the northernmost islands of the Torres Strait. The reader is dancer and choreographer Elma Kris.

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