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Saltwater, freshwater, borewater
Bib ID 707064
Format BookBook
Description Fortitude Valley, Qld. : Campfire Group, c1997 
16 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 21 cm. 
Summary

Background to the Campfire Group, a collaborative art group established in 1992; notes on the 'Saltwater, freshwater, borewater' exhibition; notes on exhibiting artists from across the country.

Notes

Title from cover.

Subjects Campfire Group (Art group) -- Exhibitions -- Catalogs.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Exhibitions -- Catalogs.  |  Art - Artists.  |  Art - Economic aspects - Markets - Market places.  |  Art - Artists - Non-Indigenous.  |  Queensland (Qld)
Other authors/contributors Campfire Group (Art group)

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