Art Year 2022 in Review
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Art Year 2018 in Review
Art Year 2017 in Review
Angelina Karadada Boona
Reading of Curator’s Rationale
Connected to the Land: Angelina Karadada Boona, Betty Bundamurra, Mary Punchi Clement, Mrs Taylor
At Kira Kiro Artists in Kununurra, June 2020
Particulate Matter: A fossil fuelled future? 2020
A glorious exhibition opening and fantastic night in at The Cross Art Projects in Kings Cross with the dynamic dancing trio aritsts Janet Marawarr, Susan Wurrkitj and Jennier Wurrkitj
2016 Art Year in Review
2015 Art Year in Review
Jun 9, 2015 – The History of Experimental Printmaking at Yirrkala with Denise Salvestro, PhD Candidate at ANU, Saturday 6 June 2015.
In association with the exhibition Mother to Daughter: On Art and Caring for Homelands at The Cross Art Projects, Kings Cross, Sydney, 30 April to 6 June 2015. Presented by The Cross Art Projects and Buku-Larrngay Mulka Art Centre, Yirrkala, NT – http://crossart.com.au/home/index.php/current-show/274-mother-to-daughter-on-art-and-caring-for-homelands
About the Exhibition: Mother to Daughter: On Art and Caring for Homelands celebrates leading women painters and their daughters at the renowned Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre at Yirrkala, a small Aboriginal community on the northeastern tip of the Top End.
The intergenerational artist pairs are Mulkun Wirrpanda & Yalmakany Marawili; Nongirrna Marawili & her two daughters Marrnyula Munungurr and Rerrkirrwana Munungurr; Malaluba Gumana & Djurayun Murrinyina; Banduk Marika & Ruby Djikarra Alderton; the late Gulumbu Yunupingu & Dhambit Munungurr; Galuma Maymuru & Liyawaday Wirrpanda; Naminapu Maymuru-White & Narrawu Wanambi.
The project is part of Future Feminist Archive, an expansive project for the 40th Anniversary of International Women’s Year that reviews some changes over the past four decades. In the late 1970s and 1980s across the Aboriginal art world radical changes made obsolete the divisive categories of urban versus traditional, or innovative versus static. One decisive moment was when some senior lawmen taught their daughters to paint sacred imagery onto bark at Yirrkala, an innovation that produced some of the most renowned Australian painters of the late-twentieth century; the other was the homelands movement enabled by the Land Rights Act (Northern Territory) in 1976
Art Year 2014 in Review
Oct 7, 2014 — Fiona MacDonald, Open Archive No 3, No 4, No 5, No 6, 2014
Apr 25, 2014 — Jacky Green: Flow of voices
Mar 11, 2014 — punishment tree: Queensland Crucifix
Aug 14, 2013 — John Demos at the Big Fag
May 21, 2013 — Ghost Citizens: Witnessing the Intervention
Mar 18, 2013 — Jack Green talking about McArthur River, Borroloola, NT
Jul 19, 2012 — GOMA Talks Art and design | Can women rewrite history?
Jun 28, 2012 – The (W)hole Story
Jun 27, 2012 — Ghost Citizens: Witnessing the Intervention
Jun 26, 2012 — GOMA Talks Sex and science | What’s the gender question?
Jun 7, 2012 — GOMA Talks Nationhood | Who creates cultural identity?
Feb 11, 2012 — The Cross Art Projects – Occupy The Future – Fiona MacDonald
Feb 11, 2012 — The Cross Art Projects – Occupy The Future
Jan 3, 2012 — Uma Lulik (The Sacred House)
Oct 25, 2011 — Virtual OCCUPYWALLSTREET
Oct 15, 2011 — Adiafa/Diyafa: Gifts of Exchange
Oct 11, 2011 — The Road to Darwin
Oct 7, 2010 — Twined: weaving and abstraction, talk by Djon Mundine OAM, 23 July 2010 at The Cross Art Projects
Aug 13, 2010 — Two Laws
Oct 7, 2009 – This is a supporting video for Judy Watson’s Heron Island Exhibition of works at University of Queensland Art Museum from 9th – 22nd October, 2009.
Jan 22, 2008 — Dhudi-djapu miny’tji (sacred clan design) Pt 1
Jan 22, 2008 — Dhudi-djapu miny’tji (sacred clan design) Pt 2
Jan 22, 2008 — Dhudi-djapu miny’tji (sacred clan design) Pt 3
Jan 22, 2008 — Dhudi-djapu miny’tji (sacred clan design) Pt 6
Jan 12, 2008 — The Art of Mulkun Wirrpanda Pt 2: Laws, Custom & Intervention
Jan 12, 2008 — The Art of Mulkun Wirrpanda Pt 5: Reply by Wukun Wanambi