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Talking about Aboriginal art. [2]., Aboriginal women artists

Author: David RobertsPeter LipscombChris WillingPower Institute of Fine Arts.University of Sydney. Television Service.All authors
Publisher: [Sydney] : Produced for the Power Institute of Fine Arts by the University of Sydney Television Service, 1992.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Part two of four videos recorded at a forum on contemporary Aboriginal art. Images by these four Aboriginal women artists challenge old stereotypes that identified the artistic activities of Aboriginal women with crafts and body decoration. Banduk Marika talks about her bark paintings, linocuts and textile designs and her responsibilities to her people (15 min.); Fiona Foley discusses her collages involving  Read more...
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Named Person: Banduk Marika; Fiona Foley; Bronwyn Bancroft; Euphemia Bostock
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: David Roberts; Peter Lipscomb; Chris Willing; Power Institute of Fine Arts.; University of Sydney. Television Service.; University of Sydney. Aboriginal Education Group.; NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group.
OCLC Number: 225844525
Notes: Produced in consultation with the Aboriginal Education Unit and the Aboriginal Education Consultative Group.
Credits: Producers, Peter Lipscomb, David Roberts, Christoph Willing.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (46 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + teachers' notes (31 p.).
Other Titles: Aboriginal women artists

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Part two of four videos recorded at a forum on contemporary Aboriginal art. Images by these four Aboriginal women artists challenge old stereotypes that identified the artistic activities of Aboriginal women with crafts and body decoration. Banduk Marika talks about her bark paintings, linocuts and textile designs and her responsibilities to her people (15 min.); Fiona Foley discusses her collages involving postcards (15 min.); and Bronwyn Bancroft (9 min.) and Euphemia Bostock (11 min.) describe their work involving textiles and sculpture.

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