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Frog and Brolga, one of 6 Dreamtime stories on the ABC's Sharing our culture website. Audio and video versions to download.

Frog and Brolga, one of 6 Dreamtime stories on the ABC's Sharing our culture website. Audio and video versions to download.

National Gallery Australia - indigenous art Learning resources and facilities

National Gallery Australia - indigenous art Learning resources and facilities

http://www.kateowengallery.com/page/Aboriginal-Art-Symbols.aspx

http://www.kateowengallery.com/page/Aboriginal-Art-Symbols.aspx

Contemporary Aboriginal art is a vital part of the world's oldest continuous cultural tradition. It is also one of the most brilliant and exciting areas of modern art.

Contemporary Aboriginal art is a vital part of the world's oldest continuous cultural tradition. It is also one of the most brilliant and exciting areas of modern art.

Aboriginal art online - link found on the western australian government teachers resources Arnhem Land print

Aboriginal art online - link found on the western australian government teachers resources Arnhem Land print

Western Australian Artist - Ian R. Hill

Western Australian Artist - Ian R. Hill

Aboriginal art NOT always 'earth colours' Image result for Maringka Baker Pitjantjatjara people Kuru Ala 2007

Aboriginal art NOT always 'earth colours' Image result for Maringka Baker Pitjantjatjara people Kuru Ala 2007

Activity 10 In this activity, students consider artistic influence by painting dots around their leaves. The “dotting” pattern enhances the leaves and emphases their importance both conceptually and aesthetically. Curriculum content descriptions Western Australian Curriculum Artistic processes and techniques to explore visual conventions when making artworks: shape, colour, space and texture. Reflection of the elements, …

Activity 10 In this activity, students consider artistic influence by painting dots around their leaves. The “dotting” pattern enhances the leaves and emphases their importance both conceptually and aesthetically. Curriculum content descriptions Western Australian Curriculum Artistic processes and techniques to explore visual conventions when making artworks: shape, colour, space and texture. Reflection of the elements, …

Art is a central part of the life of Australian aborigines and takes many forms. Traditionally it was made for purely cultural reasons and was only able to be created or viewed by people initiated to the proper level of knowledge. More recently, artwork has been made specifically for public viewing. Regardless of whether the art is for private or public purposes, for many artists their work remains inspired by the traditional marks and symbols from the Dreaming and the artists country.

Art is a central part of the life of Australian aborigines and takes many forms. Traditionally it was made for purely cultural reasons and was only able to be created or viewed by people initiated to the proper level of knowledge. More recently, artwork has been made specifically for public viewing. Regardless of whether the art is for private or public purposes, for many artists their work remains inspired by the traditional marks and symbols from the Dreaming and the artists country.

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