Kim Mahood is the author of Craft for a Dry Lake, Position Doubtful and the essay ‘Kartiya Are Like Toyotas: White Workers on Australia’s Cultural Frontier’.
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At the edge of comprehension
In Central Australia, the Anangu people and Western health professionals are working towards a common language
Country needs people
Mapping and minding shared lands
The artistic revival at Papunya Tjupi Arts
Women painters are bringing the focus back to the birthplace of the Western Desert movement
Emma Kowal’s ‘Trapped in the Gap’ examines the ‘White anti-racist’ in indigenous Australia
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