|Authors: ||Sayer-Jones, Moya, 1953-, Regional Arts Australia|
|Publisher:||Port Adelaide, S. Aust. : Regional Arts Australia,|
- There are 63 copies of this book in other libraries
- and 63 copies of this specific edition.
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- Great arts stories from regional Australia.
- 88 p. : chiefly col. ill., ports. ; 21 x 30 cm.
- Artists tell our stories. Our visual artists, theatremakers, writers, dancers and musicians all explore what it means to be Australian and confront the challenging issues of our time. They create narratives that examine who we are, how we live and what matters in our world. Right across Australia, there are thousands of arts stories being created every year. Big Story Country is a selection of 35 of these stories, told in their own words by the artists. They speak of the creative process and about the communities that spawn them - from the Tiwi Islands to Tennant Creek and Tamworth.
- Artists tell our stories. Our visual artists, theatremakers, writers, dancers and musicians all explore what it means to be Australian and confront the challenging issues of our time. Right across Australia thousands of arts stories are created every year. This is a selection of 35 of these stories, told in their own words by the artists.
- Drum Atweme: a rhythm that's theirs
- Snow circus at Possum Flat
- Traces of memory: stories of a garden
- Southern forest sculpture walk
- Directing the hero within
- Ngarakuruwala (we sing songs)
- Fling physical theatre
- Bringing the music home
- Football stories from country Victoria
- Aphrodite and the mixed grill
- Possum Skin Cloak: you're wrapped in your country
- Lightsite: turning the landscape into pure light
- Slices of nature
- Red Tape by Terra Art
- Nurturing artists in Wilcannia
- Stories of belonging
- Mubali, a sea of bellies
- Arts for healthy communities
- Ikara: meeting place
- Water is the new gold
- Embers: capturing the story
- Arid: a sculptural collaboration
- Fresh and salty: it's all about water
- Salt of the earth
- Isle of plenty
- RMB 2329: the mailboxes are talking
- Ailan Currents: artwork from the Torres Strait
- Tamworth Textile Fibre Biennial
- A child's life on the station
- Desert Mob Marketplace
- Something fantastical: Wearable Arts Festival.
- "Edited by Vivienne Skinner" -- t.p. verso.
- Moya Sayer-Jones has asserted her rights as copyright owner "for story text in the book".
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