Australia's top 7 Aboriginal rock art sites - Australian Geographic
Australia is home to some of the oldest and most prolific collections of rock art in the world, and interpreting these ancient artworks provides valuable insights into our history.
Old Castlemaine Gaol - Arts Open: Visual Arts Festival
Photography Exhibition Artists: Katherine Seppings, Julie Hough, Liam Lynch, Michael Rayner, Karleng Lim and Fuzz Guzzardi. Open: 10am – 5pm Group show – the Octagon Room Artists: Helene Athanasiadis, Debra Goldsworthy and Melinda Rodnight.
Gulpilil stars in Australia
ACCLAIMED David Gulpilil has joined Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman as one of a bevy of high-profile locals to work their magic on outback epic Australia.
Nganalam Art Site | Aboriginal Rock Paintings | Australia
The mythological “Gangi Nganan” or “First Mirriwung Men”, an Aboriginal rock painting in what is now known as the Nganalam Art Site in Keep River National Park, to the west of Timber Creek on the Western Australian border.
2010 Bradshaw Gallery NW KImberley
I found my images from The Kimberley of a Bradshaw Gallery and using a few more 'tools' in photoshop I isolated the figures after scanning the photo at a higher resolution. The detail is now a lot better. Bradshaw or Gwon Gwon Rock and Cave Art of the Kimberley. The Bradshaws are not just a very beautiful form of rock art, but actually represent, using a stylised human form, an early form of rock artwork very similar to that of the East Africans and Egyptians. The style of the painting…
Territory Stories: Men preparing for corroboree
Men preparing for corroboree Date taken:01 January 1930. Collection:Charles Micet Collection. Description:Men preparing for cooroboree, man using Kapok stick to decorate.
Early photographs: Indigenous Victorians
Featuring Victorian scenes such as landscapes and gold mining activities, the series included 12 images of various Indigenous Victorians. Taking a very 19th Century approach to their subjects, the portraits show people in both traditional and western wear, documenting the effects of colonisation. . Conditions of Use: All rights reserved. Please refer to source page for full media reuse details.
✈ D'Ici et D'Ailleurs ✈
Aborigènes d'Australie, 1950 - (Photo de Three Lions/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) On estime que les Aborigènes étaient au nombre de 1 000 000 lorsque les premiers colons britanniques sont arrivés...