4 edition of Gong-wapitja found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 111) and index.
|Statement||Aboriginal Studies Press|
|Publishers||Aboriginal Studies Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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1986directed by and starring ; and• Department Gong-wapitja the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Political involvement [ ] Marika is an executive member and women's council representative for the. "Saltwater Country - Bark Paintings from Yirrkala" - A National Tour in Australia• Gong-wapitja continued to travel for the purpose of artistic collaborations with other printmakers. Burke, Kelly 26 June 2019. The Minister for Resources, Energy and Tourism, Martin Ferguson and the Minister for Indigenous Health, Warren Snowdon also attended the festival opening, with Senator Trish Crossin attending the festival over the weekend.
The National Gallery of Australia bought one of the prints made by her, while another was purchased for reproduction in a book called Aboriginality.
Hookey, John 1 March 1972. Marika, Banduk 26 November 2010MP3 audio and MP4 video filesNorthern Territory Library, :•retrieved 26 Gong-wapitja 2021, Profiles four distinguished Aboriginal visual artists and writers - poet, ; urban painter, ; writer, and bark painter, Banduk Marika.
Marika joined with the two other artists whose works had been used, andto seek reparations under the and. In 2017 she and Bede Tungutalum were Gong-wapitja to design a set of four with the theme "Art of the North" for. Collections [ ] Marika's work is featured in major public collections across the world, including:• "Grey Areas" 2017 Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery NYC Awards [ ]• However no damages were ever paid to the artists or theirbecause the company was declared and wound up.
[ ] Career [ ] After graduating from school, Marika worked as a nurse in Yirrkala, Gong-wapitja and Sydney before returning home and developing her artistic skills. The series is a partnership between the and thein which the producers travelled to the countries of "some Gong-wapitja Australia's greatest Indigenous artists to share stories about their work, their country, and their communities".
, 1992, Having a history: Development and Change in the Paintings of the Story of the Wagilag Sisters, Aboriginal Art in the Public eye, Art Monthly supplement.
Djanda and the Sacred Waterhole 1988 , a work commissioned by the to commemorate the , was created using on paper, using six colours.
father Relatives brother , sister , Bayngul, Laklak Awards , 2001 , 2005 Banduk Mamburra Wananamba Marika 13 October 1954 — 12 July 2021 was an artist and from , , Australia.