You may be interested in the cd-rom below. It was produced by one of the
staff here at Macquarie. It looks at the issue of Aboriginal art and how
it is at times illegally appropriated. Vivien is an authority on
Aboriginal art. We have quite a range of Aboriginal art videos in our
library collection if look at titles available. In most cases I could tell
you Australia suppliers but I am not sure about U.S. distribution.
Call no.: N7401.H68
Title: The house of aboriginality
Format: [computer file : CD-ROM]
Pub Info: Sydney : Centre for Flexible Learning, Macquarie
1 computer laser optical disc (Macintosh/IBM PC) :
sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (31 p.) + 1 book
Note 1: System requirements, Mac: Macintosh 68040 or
faster, or Power Mac; Macintosh OS 7.1 or higher; 4MB
Book title: Copyrites : Aboriginal art in the age of
reproductive technologies. Booklet title: Hands off
training manual for copyright detectives. Title
from disc label. Concept, text and project
direction, Vivien Johnson ; research and technical
Martin ; interactive design and programming, Fabian
Astore ; design and general inspiration, Teong-eng
Subject 1: Aborigines, Australian--Art--Software.
Subject 2: Intellectual property--Australia--Software.
Add Auth 1: Johnson, Vivien.
Add Auth 2: Martin, Lassity.
Add Auth 3: Astore, Fabian.
Add Title 1: Hands off : a training manual for copyright
Add Title 2: Copyrites : Aboriginal art in the age of
Academic Outreach Librarian
Information and Technology Services Department
Sydney phone: 02 850-7541
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Date: Tue, 27 Oct 1998 06:21:57 -0800 (PST)
From: Carole Clemens <CLCLEMENS@bsu.idbsu.edu>
To: Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
Subject: Aboriginal art
This is another request from a patron.
Please recommend video titles which show, describe, and discuss Australian
Boise State University