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Megalo : printing history 18 years of Megalo Access Arts : Canberra Museum and Gallery, 5 December 1998-31 January 1999 / [Brendan Dahl ... [et al.]]
Bib ID 4533915
Format BookBook
Description Canberra : Canberra Museum and Gallery, [1998?] 
1 folded sheet (3) p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [3])

Subjects Megalo Access Arts.  |  Prints, Australian -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Exhibitions.  |  Screen process printing -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Australian -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Dahl, Brendan  |  Canberra Museum and Gallery
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Printing history 18 years of Megalo Access Arts

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