• MARTIN, Lee-Ann [Ed]: Making a Noise! Aboriginal Perspectives on Art, Art history, Critical Writing and Community

[5294] MARTIN, Lee-Ann. Making a Noise! Aboriginal Perspectives on Art, Art history, Critical Writing and Community. Banff: The Banff Centre, 2004. First Edition. 229x152mm. Trade Paperback. Fine. 238pp. A collection of essays by leading Canadian and international curators presented at a conference held November 2003 at The Banff Centre for Continuing Education that rethink the role of Aboriginal art and curatorial practice in contemporary culture bringing into question the conventions by which Aboriginal art is framed. Contributors include: Anthony Kiendl, Lee-Ann Martin, Dr. Joanne Cardinal-Schubert, Richard Hill, Jim Logan, Catherine Mattes, Nika Collison, Brenda C. Croft, Guy Sioui Durand, Jim Vivieaere, Megan Tamati-Quennell, Candice Hopkins, Marie Bouchard, Kathleen Ash-Milby.

MARTIN, Lee-Ann [Ed]: Making a Noise! Aboriginal Perspectives on Art, Art history, Critical Writing and Community

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