Aussie indigenous arts – Hood Museum
'Dugong and Wallaby Story' - Terry Platt, Australian (Kuuku Ya'u Lama Lama)- Cape York-2002 Australian indigenous art at the Hood Museum, Dartmouth College The art presented here is from a large collection of indigenous Australian art generously donated to the Hood Museum at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, by Will Owen and Harvey Wagner. After seeing the 1988 exhibition 'Dreamings: The Art of Aboriginal Australia' in New York, Will Owen and Harvey Wagner were inspired to journey…
Chern'ee Sutton - Aboriginal Art Galleries
View the largest range of contemporary Aboriginal art and artefacts in Sydney. Visit any one of our galleries or buy online. AAG represent a large selection of artworks by Sarrita King and Tarisse King.
Aboriginal Art Symbols
The Dreaming is the focal point of Aboriginal religion and life. To the Aborigines it is much greater than the universe of our daily dreams. Of all types of Aboriginal Art, including artworks, mode…
Aboriginal Art Vector Background Stock Vector - Illustration of aboriginal, painting: 75781679
Illustration about Illustration based on aboriginal style of dot painting. Illustration of aboriginal, painting, indigenous - 75781679
Mimi Art Gallery – Coming Soon
Mimi Art Gallery is a signatory member of the Indigenous Art Alliance who actively promote the ethical trade of Indigenous art. We at Mimi Art Gallery strive to serve the Aboriginal community fairly & with respect.
Healing ourselves from the inside out | Energy Therapy
What is it that makes you, YOU?Is it your name? Is it your relationships with your family and friends? Is it your choices of food, your taste in clothing, or the things you like to do in your free time? Is it the type of job you do? Is it your beliefs, whether religious, political, social, or cultural? Is it your height, gender, weight, body size and shape?Whilst some or all of these facts will represent how you see yourself in the world, and how many others will see you as well, but they do…
Aboriginal Posters - Aussie Childcare Network
To celebrate and honour National Sorry Day (26th May) & National Reconciliation Week (27 May - June 3), we have created six new Indigenous Posters tha...
Tree on the hill, Aboriginal tree, Aboriginal art vector painting with tree and sun. - Download Graphics & Vectors
Aboriginal vector art showing a sunrise in the background. There are trees on the hilly top and design is done with dot art. The leaves are abstractly done in circles and filled with bright colors to match the shades of the setting sun on the background.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags
The Aboriginal Flag and the Torres Strait Islander Flag were designed to represent these groups of Indigenous Australians.
'Sorry' apology to Stolen Generations
On 13 February 2008, Aboriginal people the prime minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd, finally apologises to the Stolen Generations. Read media views of the apology, check out polls and how Australians received the apology.