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‘Mazin Grace’ well received

dylan colemanStory and images supplied by Meredene Hill

'Heart-wrenching, amusing, tragic and resilient. [Mazin Grace] is compelling, wonderfully well told, and deserves the widest possible audience.' Bookseller + Publisher

A gifted storyteller, Dylan Coleman won the 2011 David Unaipon Award for Indigenous Writing for Mazin Grace, an inspiring fictionalised account of her mother's childhood at the Koonibba...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 09:20

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indigenous art SPEAKS VOLUMES

ahkeeStory and image supplied by Michelle Fox

Indigenous artists of national and international acclaim will be showcased in the University of Southern Queensland's next exhibition.

UNDILUTED, curated by Jason Castro Dooley, examines Indigenous experience through the language of contemporary art.

"I wanted this exhibition to show not only the best examples of what is happening in Indigenous contemporary art...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 09:20

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