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Papers of Dennis Newie, 1981-2009 [manuscript]
Bib ID 5719631
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Newie, Dennis, 1961-
 
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Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description [1981-2009] 
0.30 m. (2 boxes) 
Summary

MS Acc11.082 comprises photographs and ephemera documenting the activities of the National Aboriginal and Islander Skills Development Association (NAISDA) Dance College, Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre (AIDT) and other dance groups with which Dennis Newie danced and/or acted as choreographer, or unrelated dance groups which performed at events where he was present, between 1981 and 2009.

The other dance groups with which Newie has been associated, and which appear in the photographs, include Arpaka Dance Company, Bangarra Dancers, Fresh Dance Company, Jabiru Dancers and Ugar Island Dancers. The captioned photographs depict performances at venues in Melbourne, Sydney and Mullumbimby, Alice Springs and Yirrkala in the Northern Territory, and Brisbane, Cairns, Moa Island, Mornington Island, Murray Island and Thursday Island in Queensland, and Austria, Kuala Lumpur and South Korea. The ephemera comprises posters, news cuttings, programs and fliers relating to events in which Newie participated (2 boxes).

Biography/History

Indigenous Australian dancer. Dennis Newie is a member of the Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre and Arpaka Dance Group. Newie, who uses the stage name of Dujon Niue, is based on Moa Island in the Torres Strait.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: MS Acc11.082.

Related Material Dennis Newie interviewed by Lee Christofis; Located at; National Library of Australia Oral History collection ORAL TRC 6234. 
Subjects Newie, Dennis, 1961- -- Archives.  |  National Aboriginal and Islander Skills Development Association.  |  Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre.  |  Dancers -- Australia -- Archives.  |  Choreographers -- Australia -- Archives.  |  Dance teachers -- Australia -- Archives.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Archives.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Archives.  |  Modern dance -- Australia.  |  Dance, Aboriginal Australian.  |  Dance, Torres Strait Islander.  |  Dance companies -- Australia -- Photographs.
Time Coverage 1981-2009 
Occupation Dancers.  |  Choreographers.  |  Dance teachers.
Terms of Use Copying of Dennis Newie's copyright material permitted for research purposes. 
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520 |aMS Acc11.082 comprises photographs and ephemera documenting the activities of the National Aboriginal and Islander Skills Development Association (NAISDA) Dance College, Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre (AIDT) and other dance groups with which Dennis Newie danced and/or acted as choreographer, or unrelated dance groups which performed at events where he was present, between 1981 and 2009.
520 |aThe other dance groups with which Newie has been associated, and which appear in the photographs, include Arpaka Dance Company, Bangarra Dancers, Fresh Dance Company, Jabiru Dancers and Ugar Island Dancers. The captioned photographs depict performances at venues in Melbourne, Sydney and Mullumbimby, Alice Springs and Yirrkala in the Northern Territory, and Brisbane, Cairns, Moa Island, Mornington Island, Murray Island and Thursday Island in Queensland, and Austria, Kuala Lumpur and South Korea. The ephemera comprises posters, news cuttings, programs and fliers relating to events in which Newie participated (2 boxes).
540 |aCopying of Dennis Newie's copyright material permitted for research purposes.
544 0 |dDennis Newie interviewed by Lee Christofis;|eLocated at;|aNational Library of Australia Oral History collection ORAL TRC 6234.
545 0 |aIndigenous Australian dancer. Dennis Newie is a member of the Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre and Arpaka Dance Group. Newie, who uses the stage name of Dujon Niue, is based on Moa Island in the Torres Strait.
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953 |aManuscripts subject term: Indigenous peoples
953 |aManuscripts subject term: Performing Arts
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