Search for identity continues
The next stage in the search for identity of the Aboriginal people portrayed in the photographs taken by John William Lindt in 1874 in Grafton and held in the collection of the Grafton Regional Gallery is about to begin.
Entries close at 4.00pm on Friday 1 August 2014.
Entries are now open for the $40,000 award, which promotes innovation, display excellence and imagination in Australian drawing. The major award of $20,000 is acquisitive, along with further acquisitions to the value of $20,000.
Thursday, 17 July 5:30pm
Jude McBean will Launch artist Twilight Talks in 2014.
Entry $10 includes complimentary drink and nibbles.
The first Twilight Talk will discuss new acquisitions to the collection.
Expressions of interest open until 28 July 2014
The Clarence Valley will become a playground of the latest lighting technology.
Peruse the Gallery 's Collection
The Collection Online project was made possible through the generous support of Arts NSW and Clarence Valley Council.
The search for identity.
The Lindt research project commenced in 2010. Nola Mackey, who is the Clarence Valley's best known historian and genealogist has been working with the Lindt Research Group searching for a direct link between the Aboriginal people in the photographs and people living today.