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Melissa Lucashenko wins Victorian Literary Award

Arts picMinister for Aboriginal Affairs, Tim Bull last night awarded the Victorian Premier's Literary Award for Indigenous Writing to Melissa Lucashenko at an awards ceremony at the Wheeler Centre.

Ms Lucashenko received the $20,000 prize for her book, Mullumbimby, a funny novel of romantic love and cultural warfare in the Byron Bay hinterland.

The judges commended Ms Lucashenko for her deft evocation of rural...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 08:48

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Highlights galore as our best display their talents at NIMA

art desert sevenz nima 14 - glenn campbellFor the second consecutive year Jessica Mauboy has been awarded the NIMA for National Artist of the Year.

Due to her outstanding accomplishments both here and abroad, the news came as Jess was recording her new album in Los Angeles where she delivered her acceptance speech from to the crowd.

Dan Sultan continues his rise...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 August 2014 18:21

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