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Visual Arts Students centre stage at DAAF Fashion Show

Batchelor Institute students and staff designs at DAAF’s Country to Couture Fashion Show. Images: Chelsea Heaney   The work of visual art students and lecturers at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education was showcased at the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’s Cou
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NT Prisoners’ art takes flight in Alice Springs

Batchelor Institute visual art student sculptures at Tjulpu Thipe!   Batchelor Institute visual art students from within the Alice Springs Correctional Centre have been featured in standalone exhibition at the Araluen Arts Centre for the first time. Tjulpu Thipe! is a collection
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Leading researchers converge in Central Australia

Barbara Napanangka Martin from Yuendumu School speaking at Knowledge Intersections   Prominent researchers and academics gathered at the Desert Peoples Centre in Alice Springs to highlight and share the innovative and ground-breaking research coming out of central Australia. Batc
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Arts students centre stage at Tjungu

Last month our visual arts students were featured at the Tjungu Festival‘s Indigenous fashion parade. Batchelor Institute presented a collection of dresses made using fabric produced during a workshop at Mutitjulu and designed and sewn during another workshop at Desert Peoples C
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From Yuendumu to the Melbourne Cup: Aboriginal Artist to Feature On Race Day

L: Otto Sims and Batchelor Institute lecturer Brigida Stewart working on the dress. R: Otto Sims painting in Yuendumu   Central Australian Indigenous artist Otto Sims has been invited to showcase his work at the Melbourne Cup Fashions on the Fields event this year. With the help
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Dr Stephen Hagan joins Batchelor Institute

Dr Stephen Hagan, Senior Lecturer, Creative Industries, presents Charmaine Ingram with the CAAMA Award In recognition of outstanding achievement in Broadcasting or Media Studies. Image: Chelsea Heaney   Kullilli Traditional Owner, Leading academic, former diplomat, businessman an
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Visual Arts Students Take On National Art Fair

Batchelor Insitute Visual Arts Lecturer Brigida Stewart with Model Magnolia Maymuru   The work of visual arts students from Batchelor Institute was showcased at the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair. The From Country To Couture fashion parade featured 20 unique designs from students in
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Students show off art design

Click on the photo above to view gallery photos   by Kieran Finnane The bounty of the bush – closely observed, its creatures, plant forms, patterns, colours distilled by artists who call it home – is the wellspring for the contemporary desert design of Batchelor Institute visual
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