Displaying pages tagged art (15)
- Immigration & Artistic Practice CollectionThe Immigration and Artistic Practice Collection contains over 140 artworks as well as related tools and materials used by the artists.
- Helen Ilich, Serbian Immigrant & Ceramic Artist (1914-2002)Helen migrated to Melbourne from Croatia in 1953 with her two children, her husband already having arrived.
- Martha Ash, Polish Migrant & Artist (1920-1996)Martha's work is represented in collections in five countries and she held several exhibitions during her lifetime.
- Healesville Primary School Bushfire Artworks CollectionThis collection of paintings gives an immediate and very personal view of children's experience through the Black Saturday bushfires.
- Greek Shadow Puppet Theatre - Dimitri KatsoulisDimitri Katsoulis migrated to Australia in 1974 to escape a regime that repressed Greek artists.
- John Rodriquez Textile CollectionJohn Rodriquez studied art and design in the late 1940s and became well known for his screen-printed textile designs in the early 1950s.
- Masumi Hiraga Jackson, Japanese Australian Migrant (1935-)Masumi Hiraga was born on the 10th April 1935, in Nirasaki, Yamanashi Prefecture, 100 kms west of Tokyo.
- Naomi Ota, Japanese Migrant & ArtistNaomi Ota is a Japanese craft artist who is now a permanent resident in Australia.
- Thomas Le, Vietnamese Migrant & ArtistThomas uses his art to express his experiences and cultural identity in his new country.
- Amelia Sello, South African Migrant & ArtistAmelia Sello was born in South Africa. She began working as a dressmaker at the age of twelve due to financial necessity.
- Anna Apinis: Latvian Migrant Weaver's CollectionAnna became one of the few suppliers of fabric for Latvian national costumes in Australia in the 1950s and 1960s.
- Eva Schubert, German Migrant & ArtistIt was in Australia that Eva first began to carve, learning from her husband who was a wood worker who had trained under a master craftsman.
- Eugene von Guerard, Artist (1811-1901)Eugene von Guerard was born in Austria in 1811, lived in Australia from 1852-1882, and died in England in 1901.
- Centro Italiano d'Arte (Italian Art Centre) MelbourneThe Centro Italiano D’Arte (Italian Art Centre) was founded in Melbourne in 1962 with its offices at 193 Lygon Street Carlton.
- Jimmy Pike, Artist (circa 1940-2002)One of Australia's most recognisable image-makers, creating Aboriginal designs that were internationally recognised.