Contributors

Alison Alder

Alison Alder is a visual artist who has lived in Tennant Creek since 1994. She is currently the recipient of an AIATSIS (Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies) Research Grant with Trisha Frank and Michael Jones researching both the photographers and subjects of a photographic archive held at Nyinkka Nyunyu.

Articles

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Bush TV's: Piliyi - Good One
Nyinkka Nyunyu is an art and culture centre located on Warumungu land in Tennant Creek, right in the middle of the Northern Territory. From the time the idea came up to build something alongside the sacred site of Nyinkka Nyunya, art was always going to be an integral part of the project. The result of many brainstorming sessions amongst traditional owners of the land on which Tennant Creek stands was the idea of dioramas, or Bush TVs to provide the means to present history and contemporary life through art to a diverse audience.
Handmade: The New Labour
Samstag Australian Body Art Festival NAVA Bendigo Art Gallery