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Likan'mirri - connections : the AIATSIS collection of art : an exhibition at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery 20 February - 28th March 2004 / [editor Wally Caruana]
Bib ID 3265207
Format BookBook
Description Canberra : Australian National University Institute for Indigenous Australia, 2004 
80 p. : col. ill., ports ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0958155941
Summary

Includes short essays commissioned for each of the exhibits; photographs of exhibits; list of works; notes on authors.

Notes

"Presented by the ANU Institute for Indigenous Australia"

Curator: Wally Caruana

Bibliography: p. 72-73.

Subjects Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Caruana, Wally, 1952-  |  Drill Hall Gallery  |  Australian Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies  |  Australian National University. Institute for Indigenous Australia
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