‘Old Masters: Australia’s Great Bark Artists’
Date:2019/10/02
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‘Old Masters: Australia’s Great Bark Artists’
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  • The exhibition will be accompanied by workshops and seminars featuring Australian bark artists and curators.

    The exhibition will be accompanied by workshops and seminars featuring Australian bark artists and curators.

  • Dr. Mathew Trinca (left), director of the National Museum of Australia, receives an indigenous beaded necklace from the NTM Director Hung Shih-yu.

    Dr. Mathew Trinca (left), director of the National Museum of Australia, receives an indigenous beaded necklace from the NTM Director Hung Shih-yu.

  • Representative Gary Cowan of the Australian Office in Taipei (left) and NMA Director Dr. Mathew Trinca (second left) witness the signing of a cooperative pact between the National Museum of Australia and the National Taiwan Museum.

    Representative Gary Cowan of the Australian Office in Taipei (left) and NMA Director Dr. Mathew Trinca (second left) witness the signing of a cooperative pact between the National Museum of Australia and the National Taiwan Museum.

  • Margo Neale, senior research fellow of the National Museum of Australia, gives a guided tour of the “Old Masters” exhibition in Taipei.

    Margo Neale, senior research fellow of the National Museum of Australia, gives a guided tour of the “Old Masters” exhibition in Taipei.

  • A press conference was held on Oct. 4 to introduce Australia’s bark paintings to Taiwanese exhibition-goers.

    A press conference was held on Oct. 4 to introduce Australia’s bark paintings to Taiwanese exhibition-goers.

  • The exhibition features the works of 45 iconic and contemporary bark artists.

    The exhibition features the works of 45 iconic and contemporary bark artists.

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