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Published for the exhibition place made: Australian Print Workshop, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 31 January - 11 April 2004.
Issued with a limited ed. signed and numbered print by Pedro Wonaeamirri.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Foreword / Brian Kennedy -- Foreword / Gordon Darling -- Foreword / Anne Virgo -- A shared history / Roger Butler -- The Australian print workshop and Australian printmaking / Sasha Grishin -- Places, people, partnerships and prints / Anne Virgo -- Collaborations with aboriginal artists / Lindy Allen -- From your end to this end : working together / Pedro Wonaeamirri -- Public commissions / John Denton -- The folio phenomenon / Anne McDonald -- Scratching the surface : printmaking in remote communities / Martin King -- Support, scholarships, sponsorship and corporate commissions / Kirsty Grant -- Master class / Jane Kinsman -- The 'Bon a Tirer' Waltz / Alex Selenitsch.
The National Gallery of Australia's collection of contemporary Australian prints is extraordinarily rich and by far the largest in the country. This catalogue celebrates the achievements of the Australian Print Workshop and NGA in promoting printmaking and collaborating with artists. Examples of Indigenous artists' work.