The recipient of this year’s Most Underrated Book Award was posthumously awarded to Frank Byrne for his book Living in Hope. Living in Hope, a memoir by Frank Byrne (1937 – 2017), was written in collaboration with Frances Coughlan and Gerard Waterford. While working on this book, Frank was diagnosed with cancer and passed away on 20 October 2017. Sponsored …
Five must read books by sovereign authors recommended by Karen Wyld.
This exhibition will be a revelation. It recognises John Mawurndjul as one of Australia’s most important artists, and his contribution to the history of art and painting.
Although his family feared that it would be his great burden, tying him to a destiny of dependence, being born blind did not define the life of Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu.
The WEAVE Festival has been running throughout the month of March at the Australian Museum, inviting a new interpretation of the large collections of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Pacific artefacts held by the Museum.