A painting by Aboriginal artist Peter Mungkuri has taken out the inaugural Hadley’s Art Prize, the world’s richest landscape art prize. Read the full story here on the ABC News web site.Read more
The art of remote Australia can often be seen in the background when corporate giants and political leaders appear on the evening news.
Depictions of waterholes, dreaming tracks and ancestral spirits animate the walls of many boardrooms and government offices.
But is there any meaningful connection between the corporate sector and the fragile bush economies that create these images of Australia?Read more
The theme for NAIDOC Week this year is Songlines: The Living Narrative Of Our Nation. Here five Tasmanian Aboriginal community members share a part of their narrative…Read more
Classic small businesses, they employ less than 10 people and turnover less than $3 million. According to the ABS there were 514 of them in Australia in 2000. Today no more than 50% of these survive..