Contributors

Nici Cumpston

Nici Cumpston is an established
artist and trainee curator of Indigenous
Australian Art at the Art Gallery of South
Australia. Prior to this she was a lecturer
at the SA School of Art, University of
South Australia. She is of Aboriginal,
Afghan, English and Irish descent.

Articles

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Collisions: The Martu respond to Maralinga
On the cross‑cultural collaborations of filmmaker Lynette Wallworth working with Nyarri Nyarri Morgan and Curtis Taylor
Indigenous_Trans Cultural
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Beaver Lennon: painting country
Trainee curator of Indigenous Australian Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia Nici Cumpston writes about the new art of Beaver Lennon a young emerging artist of Mirning and Antikirinjara people who lives in Ceduna on the far west coast of South Australia. His great-grandmother was the author of the memoir 'I’m the one that know this country, the story of Jessie Lennon and Coober Pedy'.
Blak on Blak
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Nyukana Baker : Retrospective
Nyukana Baker : Retrospective JamFactory Gallery, Adelaide Curator: Diana Young 1 August - 7 September 2009
Changing Climates in Arts Publishing
Bendigo Art Gallery Stockroom Kyneton NAVA Samstag