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Palupurunypa palu kutjupa : same but different.

by South Australian Country Arts Trust; Ernabella Arts Inc; New Land Gallery; Kaltjiti Arts and Crafts; Iwantja Arts and Crafts.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 10 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 25 cm.Other title: Same but different.Subject(s): Ernabella Arts Inc | Kaltjiti Arts and Crafts | Iwantja Arts and Crafts | Iwantja Arts and Crafts (Indulkana, N.T.) | Ananguku Arts and Crafts Committee | Anangu Pitjantjatjara (Corporation) | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Australia -- South Australia -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Art - Artists | Enterprises - Arts and crafts | Art - Production | Art - Catalogues | Art - Exhibitions | Pukatja / Ernabella (SA Central Australia SG53-09) | Kaltjiti / Fregon (SA Central Australia SG53-09) | Iwantja / Indulkana / Granite Downs (SA Central Australia SG53-09) | South Australia - Central Australia (SA SG52, SG53)Summary: Catalogue prepared for touring exhibition ; unique qualities of artwork from three art centres in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Land communities ; Aboriginal art production ; early days and future directions for Ernabella Arts ; Kalitjiti Arts and Crafts at Fregon Aboriginal Community ; Indulkana Arts Association of the Iwantja community ; role of the recently established Ananguku Arts and Crafts Committee.
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Book Book Main library Non-fiction AUS CAT 1998 (Browse shelf) 1 Available Donated by Pauline Muir 2019-0549
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Title from cover.

Catalogue accompanying a touring exhibition of artwork from three art centres in the Anangu Pitjantjatajara Land communities.

"The New Land Gallery, in association with Ernabella Arts Inc., Iwantja Arts and Crafts and Kaltjiti Arts and Crafts is proud to present..." -- pages [1].

Catalogue prepared for touring exhibition ; unique qualities of artwork from three art centres in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Land communities ; Aboriginal art production ; early days and future directions for Ernabella Arts ; Kalitjiti Arts and Crafts at Fregon Aboriginal Community ; Indulkana Arts Association of the Iwantja community ; role of the recently established Ananguku Arts and Crafts Committee.

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