Katie Hayne

Katie has worked as a digital media project officer at the CCR/RSH since 2001. She has worked on a number of research projects including an ARC linkage project Indigenous knowledge and Western science pedagogy: a comparative approach and an ARC E-Research project i-Dig: Developing a prototype multi-institutional search engine for Australian Indigenous collections. Katie currently advises on digital media and film projects and teaches in the Masters of Visual Culture Research. She has previously lectured in Computer Graphic Design at La Salle College, Beijing and tutored in Visual Communications at the University of SA, Adelaide.

The Art of Narritjin Maymuru »

Narritjin Maymuru led a life that was as extraordinary and adventurous as that of any Australian artist of the twentieth century. Howard Morphy, with the help of Pip Deveson, has scoured the collections of museums, art galleries and private collections around the world to bring together an archive of Narritjin’s paintings and carvings spanning nearly forty years of his work. The Art of Narritjin Maymuru enables you to explore his art. You can begin either by following the timeline that summarises the main biographical features of Narritjin’s life or by moving straight into the sets of paintings. The Art of Narritjin Maymuru is currently unavailable for purchase due to technical issues. We hope to offer an online version of this work in the near future. CD currently unavailable. We apologise for any inconvenience. Reviews of the publication Francoise Dussart, American Anthropologist, June 2007, Vol. 109, No. 2, pp. 363-364 John E. Stanton, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, Volume 7, Number 2, 2006 Charlotte Townsend-Gault, Visual Anthropology Review, Fall 2006, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 80-82

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