Museums on the Edge

Museums on the Edge

Vol 12 no 1, 1992

Guest editor Louise Dauth. Aimed to redress the paucity of readily available material on the Australian and New Zealand experience of museums and galleries. Challenges attitudes to heritage, roles of museums, economic rationalism, gender, radical changed, indigenous material and repatriation, multiculturalism and technology. Reviews

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Marina Strocchi

Art In Culture - South Korean art magazine

Korean Artist Project

An installation by Sebastian Zagarella

Lorne Sculpture Biennale

NAVA - National Association for the Visual Arts

Job: Director, Griffith Artworks

Keepsakes - Australians and the Great War

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A Continuum of Maori Art

Author: Ms Mina McKenzie, feature

Whatu Aho Rua - Tandanya Aboriginal Cultural Institute Adelaide Festival. The exhibition Whatu Aho Rua 'weaving with two strands' organised by the Sarjeant Gallery in Wanganui, New Zealand, is a departure form exhibitions usually seen in New Zealand Galleries.

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