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Dion Beasley Dion Beasley i(6017508 works by)
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Dion Beasley is an artist with muscular dystrophy and profound deafness. He lives in Tennant Creek.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2019 inaugural winner Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships Arts and Disability Awards Emerging Artist
2014 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships Dion will create, present, produce and exhibit a new body of visual artworks based on mapping.

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Go Home, Cheeky Animals! Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2016 9320530 2016 single work picture book children's

'In this lively follow-up to Too Many Cheeky Dogs, the camp is invaded by all kinds of cheeky feral animals who are finally chased away by the resident cheeky dogs.

'At Canteen Creek where we live, there are cheeky dogs everywhere. But when the cheeky goats, donkeys, buffaloes and camels make mischief in the camp, the dogs just lie there - until those pesky animals really go too far. Then the cheeky camp dogs roar into action!' (Publication summary)

2018 winner Northern Territory Book of the Year Award Children’s Literature/Young Adult Fiction Award
2017 winner CBCA Book of the Year Awards Book of the Year: Early Childhood
2017 CBCA Book of the Year Awards Notable Book
2016 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Best Book for Language Development – Indigenous Children
y separately published work icon Too Many Cheeky Dogs Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2013 6017487 2013 single work picture book children's

''On Monday I went to my auntie's house and guess what I saw? ONE yellow cheeky dog sleeping on the floor.'

So begins this lively, cheeky story set in a remote Indigenous community, moving through colours, numbers and days of the week to the dog-packed final page.' (Publisher's blurb)

2019 shortlisted YABBA Picture Storybook
2018 shortlisted YABBA Picture Storybook
2016 shortlisted YABBA Picture Storybook
2014 shortlisted Northern Territory Book of the Year Award Children’s Literature/Young Adult Fiction Award
2014 shortlisted KOALA Awards Picture Book
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