'Harold Thomas's heart-breaking poignant painting Tribal Abduction of authorities prying a baby from the breast of a tribal Aboriginal mother, surrounded by her family, while a nun stands by waiting to 'clean' the baby, has won Australia's most prestigious Indigenous art prize, ...'
'Author Anita Heiss explores the two 'camps' of Cowra in the 1940s - the Prisoner of War camp and Erambie Mission, just four miles away from each other - though a fictional love story in her new book Barbed Wire and Cherry Blossoms. ...'
'The peak national organisation of historians has declared University of Southern Queensland (USQ) history lecturer Dr Libby Connors' book on Aboriginal resistance fighter Dundalli as a "notable contribution" to the understanding of the Indigenous experience in 19th century Australia. ...'
Ilbijerri theatre Company and Darebin Arts Speakeasy are this month presenting Which Way Home, a 'dramedy' about an Aboriginal girl, her much-lived ageing dad and their road trip to his birthplace. ...'