Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters: A major exhibition at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra, curated by Heart of Artness co-host, Margo Neale.
Rattling Spears: A History of Indigenous Australian Art, a recent book by Ian McLean.
Short article by Siobhan McHugh and Ian McLean in The Conversation: ‘Aboriginal Art – is it a white thing?’
Article that analyses the process of oral history interviewing and its use for podcast/audio storytelling purposes: “The Affective Power of Sound: Oral History on Radio”, Siobhán McHugh, Oral History Review, Oxford University Press, Volume 39, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2012 pp. 187-206. This article was among OHR’s most cited and is reproduced in its 50th anniversary issue in 2016. It is also included in The Oral History Reader, 3rd ed, ed Perks & Thomson, Routledge 2016.
Note: if the hyperlinks to illustrative audio clips in the OHR article are broken, please listen to the audio clips here – they are a vital part of it!
Rambangi / Together as Equals’
Exhibition (2015) at the Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Darwin.
Artists: Barayuwa Munungurr, Ruark Lewis, Bengitj Ngurruwuthun, Jeffrey Ngurruwuthun
Gadawaulkwulk Means Shelter
Exhibition (2012) Barayuwa Mununggurr and Ruark Lewis
Eaux Vivantes/Living Waters
Book of crosscultural artworks including works by Barayuwa Mununggurr and Ruark Lewis
National Museum of Australia with Yolŋu elder Mulkuṉ Wirrpanda and landscape painter John Wolseley.
ABC Radio National ‘Awaye’ program examining fake Indigenous artworks
Indigenous Art Code: monitors fair trade of Indigenous art.
Barayuwa Munungurr, artist
Ruark Lewis, artist
Emily Kame Kngwarreye, artist from Utopia
Gunybi Ganambarr, featured in this episode, won the overall prize at this year’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Awards.
A review by art critic John McDonald of the 35th Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory in 2018.
Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre
The Saltwater Exhibition held at the National Maritime Museum in Sydney. This features the artworks that helped win maritime rights for the Yolgnu.
Kade McDonald’s crosscultural talk sessions: UNTOLD. Kade is a former manager of the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre.