July 2016


Magazine

July 2016

Seeking a settlement

Chaos in the arts

Rom Watangu

Songs to live by

Two victims, no justice

Through the windows

Rom Watangu

An Indigenous leader reflects on a lifetime following the law of the land


The Nation Reviewed

Seeking a settlement

How does the reinvigorated treaty movement fit with recognition?

Chaos in the arts

Consultation and transparency are the keys to successful arts policy

Desert blooms

Bruce Munro’s ‘Field of Light’ brings 50,000 LED spheres to Uluru

8972 fans

The Newtown Jets rugby league team has a loyal – and increasingly urbane – suburban following


The Monthly Essays

Rom Watangu

An Indigenous leader reflects on a lifetime following the law of the land

Songs to live by

The Arrernte Women’s Project is preserving vital songs and culture

Two victims, no justice

Ms Dhu, Lynette Daley and the alarming rates of violence against indigenous women


VOX

Too upsetting

The boat cruise commentary had everything – except indigenous Tasmania

Owl

Medicine

The student lottery

How do we decide who will make the best doctors?

Medicine

Arts & Letters

Everything else was sacrificed

Puzzling out the singular Degas at the National Gallery of Victoria

Through the windows

‘Play School’ celebrates 50 years of preschool education and entertainment

Mirrors to the landscape

Cultural conflicts in Ivan Sen’s ‘Goldstone’ and the ABC’s ‘Cleverman’

Smart black man with a plan

Briggs on hip-hop, humour and a new generation of Aboriginal leaders



Noted

Tracey Moffatt’s ‘Laudanum and Other Works’ Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, until 4 September 2016 By Julie Ewington

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