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Valuing art, respecting culture : protocols for working with the Australian Indigenous visual arts and craft sector /

by Mellor, Doreen [author.]; Janke, Terri [author.]; National Association for the Visual Arts [commissioner.]; AustraliaAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, [sponsor.]; Australia CouncilAboriginal Arts Board, [sponsor.]; Northern TerritoryArts and Museums Division, [sponsor.].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 110 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.ISBN: 0958547408; 9780958547406.Other title: Protocols for working with the Australian Indigenous visual arts and craft sector.Subject(s): Law and art - Australia | Arts - Australia - Management | Torres Strait Islanders - Arts - Management | Arts, Aboriginal Australian - Management | Aborigines, Australian -- Arts -- Management | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Management | Art, Aboriginal Australian | Decorative arts -- Australia | Arts, Torres Strait Islander -- Management | Art - Grants and finance | Enterprises - Arts and crafts | Law - Intellectual property | Cultural protocols | Art museum curators -- Australia -- Moral and ethical aspects | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Collection and preservation | Cultural property -- Protection | Copyright -- Art -- Australia | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Management -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Law and legislation | Aboriginal Australians -- Industries | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Economic aspects | Intellectual property -- Australia | Arts, Aboriginal Australian -- Management | Intellectual property | Arts, Aboriginal Australian -- Case studies | Arts, Aboriginal Australian -- Moral and ethical aspects | Arts, Aboriginal Australian | Art museum curators -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Australia | Art centers -- Australia -- Directories | Torres Strait Islanders -- Arts -- Management | Torres Strait Islanders -- Arts | Aboriginal Australians -- Arts -- Management | Arts -- Australia -- Management | Law and art -- AustraliaOnline resources: Full text digital version Also available on the World Wide Web.
Contents:
PART 1: The Indigenous Arts Environment / (Doreen Mellor) -- PART 2: Protocols / (Doreen Mellor) -- PART 3: Indigenous Visual Arts and the Law / (Terri Janke).
Summary: "The art of Indigenous Australia has become an important element of the Australian arts environment. Visual art forms continue to play a leading role, providing a visible Indigenous presence in many and diverse contexts. As Indigenous involvement in the visual arts sector expands, addressing cultural exchange and diversity of approach becomes more challenging. [...] Appropriate ways of working within the Indigenous sector are indicated in the protocol and legal sections of this document. Other sections provide background information and an historical and cultural context for contemporary Indigenous visual arts practice in Australia." -- page 7.
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Commissioned by the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA). Includes case studies and a directory of Australian arts and crafts centers.

Includes bibliographical references (pages108-110)

PART 1: The Indigenous Arts Environment / (Doreen Mellor) -- PART 2: Protocols / (Doreen Mellor) -- PART 3: Indigenous Visual Arts and the Law / (Terri Janke).

"The art of Indigenous Australia has become an important element of the Australian arts environment. Visual art forms continue to play a leading role, providing a visible Indigenous presence in many and diverse contexts. As Indigenous involvement in the visual arts sector expands, addressing cultural exchange and diversity of approach becomes more challenging. [...] Appropriate ways of working within the Indigenous sector are indicated in the protocol and legal sections of this document. Other sections provide background information and an historical and cultural context for contemporary Indigenous visual arts practice in Australia." -- page 7.

Also available on the World Wide Web.

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