Barambah Pottery 1969–1987

Barambah Pottery 1969–1987

A number of important engagements occurred between Aboriginal artists and the wider art world prior to the emergence of desert or ‘dot’ painting from Papunya in 1971-72.

The Barambah Pottery was one such example of thriving cultural activity in Queensland, a pottery studio based in the Aboriginal settlement of Cherbourg, previously Barambah Aboriginal Reserve.

Published by the Ration Shed Museum in association with AndAlso Books, 2017 ISBN: 9780648068709
44 pages, colour and B&W illustrations
Paperback 210 x 210 mm

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The Australian Ceramics Association
SQ1 Studios, 32 Bowden St, Alexandria NSW 2015
PO Box 677 Alexandria NSW 1435
T: +61 (0)2 9698 0230 (outside Australia)
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