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 Aboriginal Art  704.039915 to 759.994
 Aboriginal History  994.0049915
 Indigenous Art  704.039915 and 759.994
 Drawing Skills  741.2
 Indigenous History  305.89915 to 365.60899915
 Sculpting  731.4


Books in the library

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Painting From the Dreamtime

Painting from the Dreamtime, Aboriginal art, Australia,...
Painting from the Dreamtime, Aboriginal art, Australia, Pacific. [Photography]. Retrieved from Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest.

Click on the link to Britannica ImageQuest to search for pictures you can use in your studies.

Painting Country

Painting Country follows the homecoming of ten Balgo's most celebrated artists - including Tjumpo Tjapanangka, Lucy Yukenbarri, Helicopter Tjungurrayi and Sam Tjampitjin.


Search our eBook catalogue for Aboriginal Art or anything else you would like to read, to discover our wide range of eBooks. You will be prompted to log in with your Student ID and Password. Use specific keywords (see the list on this page) to refine your search.

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Art + Soul Series

A compelling documentary series presented by Hetti Perkins. It follows contemporary Indigenous art and the artists behind the work.

In Between songs

In the remote Northern Territory of Australia, the Galpu clan, an Aboriginal family led by renowned didgeridoo master craftsman, Djalu Gurruwiwi, struggles to maintain its ancestral traditions in the face of modern societal, economic, and environmental pressures. When the Galpu youth display little interest in maintaining the clan's legacy and the impact of the nearby Rio Tinto mine begins to take its toll, the clan elders must devise a strategy to preserve their way of life and cultural identity.