Contributors

Sarah Scott

Dr. Sarah Scott worked in Darwin for three years and is now Lecturer and Convener, Museums and Collections Graduate coursework program, Research School of Humanities, College of Arts and Social Sciences, ANU, Canberra.

Articles

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Old Masters: Australia’s Great Bark Artists
National Museum of Australia, Canberra 6 December - 20 July 2014
Indigenous: Blackground
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Yiwarra Kuju: The Canning Stock Route
Sarah Scott reviews and questions Yiwarra Kuju: The Canning Stock Route exhibition at the National Musuem of Australa. She asks: "Why don’t the NMA’s collections of Indigenous material culture feature more strongly in their exhibition program? Why are both the NMA and the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) collecting the highly sought after and expensive works produced by major Papunya artists? If the commissioning of art and associated documentary material is a priority for the NMA what other Indigenous material culture may they be neglecting?"
Indigenous: Beauty & Terror
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25th National and Torres Strait Islander Art Award (NATSIAA)
25th National and Torres Strait Islander Art Award (NATSIAA) Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) 15 August  26 October 2008
Curating : Creating
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Territorial
Territorial Canberra Contemporary Art Centre June 2007 24 hr Art, Darwin September  October 2007 ACT Artists: Silvia Vélez, Bernie Slater, Raquel Ormella NT artists: Franck Gohier, Catriona Stanton, Gary Lee
Work
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TOGart
TOGart Contemporary Art Award 2007 Parliament House, Darwin 12 July - 30 July 2007
Screen Deep
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Udo Sellbach: Harsh Truths and Strong Feelings
Artist, educator and arts administrator Udo Sellbach (1927  2006) has made, and up until his death in September 2006, continued to make a profound contribution to the fine arts in this country. Born in Cologne in 1927, Udo emigrated to Australia in 1955. His experience as a founding member of the Kolner Presse and printmaker at the Kolner Werkschulen (1947-53) equipped him with the expertise to promote the development of printmaking as a studio practice within Australian art schools, particularly in the areas of etching and lithography. Sarah Scott conducted this interview with Udo in his studio in Taroona, Tasmania shortly after his seventy-ninth birthday in July 2006.
Elders: The Old Magic
Unley Museum NAVA Cementa