Australia, the Vatican Museum's Indigenous collection, edited by Katherine Aigner
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  • Australia, the Vatican Museum's Indigenous collection, edited by Katherine Aigner
Main title
  • Australia
Sub title
  • the Vatican Museum's Indigenous collection
Responsibility statement
  • edited by Katherine Aigner
Variant title
  • Vatican Museums Indigenous collection
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • The responsibility to culturally reconnect relevant contemporary Indigenous communities to their material heritage held in the Museum has been realised and is documented in this catalogue, which includes a catalogue of objects, and essays by Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors. During the process of community visits and consultations, images of the objects brought old and young people together, instigating intergenerational dialogue about the past. Now, in collaboration with communities, the Indigenous collection can be seen in this catalogue and is represented at the heart of the Vatican Museums where the objects have become cultural ambassadors inviting others to come and learn more about Australian Indigenous cultures
Bibliography note
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 370-385)
Biography type
  • contains biographical information
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
  • facsimiles
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  • no index present
Literary form
  • non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
OCLC Number
  • 999629123
Series statement
  • Northern Territory Arts History Collection
Table of contents
  • Introduction -- Indigenous Australian Collection: The making of a collection -- Material Culture: Collections, connections, relationships -- The material culture of Western Australia -- Wanjina art of the Kimberley -- Artefacts of exchange and networks of trade -- Sorrow and celebration: material items of the Tiwi -- Cultural Heritage: The Yued clan: identity and cultural renewal -- The Kimberley: a cultural, political and social region -- Missions and the making of Aboriginal modern art in the Western Desert -- Wangkayarla Nguruku, Kapungku Nguruju Pina Wangkami-jarla -- Ancient 'evidence' for a modern sacred -- Talk about embarrassed -- Resilience and resurgence in Southeastern Australia -- Custodians: Protecting the river of life -- Voice of the land: Laurie Baymarrwangga (c. 1917-2014) -- Land of the first light -- 'We lived like Kings and Queens": Allan Richard Carriage (1942-2011) -- Origins in country: Bodies of dreamings colliding with land -- Catalogue of objects -- Notes, Bibliographical References and Authors Biographies
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