image detail (front cover and above): Trudy Inkamala, Australia, born 1940, Arrernte/Luritja people, Northern Territory; Roxanne Petrick, Australia, born 1986; Marlene Rubuntja, Australia, born 1961; Rosabella Ryder, Australia, born 1975, Arrernte people, Northern Territory; Dulcie Raggett, Australia, born 1970; Dulcie Sharpe, Australia, born 1957; Rhonda Sharpe, Australia, born 1977; Roxanne Sharpe, Australia, born 1985, Luritja people, Northern Territory; Valerie Stafford, Australia, born 1963, Anmatyerre people, Northern Territory, Every face has a story, every story has a face: Kulila!, 2016, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, soft sculpture mixed media, dyed blankets, polyester wadding, embroidery thread, twigs, 228.0 x 120.0 x 100.0 cm (overall dimensions for all 9 works); Acquisition through TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art supported by BHP 2017, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. © Yarrenyty Arltere Artists

LEARNING AT THE GALLERY | EVENT REGISTRATION FORM

How to teach Aboriginal Art 2018 

When Wednesday 17th January, 2018
10:00AM - 4:00PM
Where Radford Auditorium, Art Gallery of South Australia
Suitability Early Years, F–12, TRT, pre-service educators.
Cost $95

 
image detail (front cover and above): Trudy Inkamala, Australia, born 1940, Arrernte/Luritja people, Northern Territory; Roxanne Petrick, Australia, born 1986; Marlene Rubuntja, Australia, born 1961; Rosabella Ryder, Australia, born 1975, Arrernte people, Northern Territory; Dulcie Raggett, Australia, born 1970; Dulcie Sharpe, Australia, born 1957; Rhonda Sharpe, Australia, born 1977; Roxanne Sharpe, Australia, born 1985, Luritja people, Northern Territory; Valerie Stafford, Australia, born 1963, Anmatyerre people, Northern Territory, Every face has a story, every story has a face: Kulila!, 2016, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, soft sculpture mixed media, dyed blankets, polyester wadding, embroidery thread, twigs, 228.0  x 120.0 x 100.0 cm (overall dimensions for all 9 works); Acquisition through TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art supported by BHP 2017, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. © Yarrenyty Arltere Artists