Australia Day = Invasion Day. 1988. What’s There To Celebrate
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Australia Day = Invasion Day. 1988. What’s There To Celebrate

1987. Colour screenprint, artist’s name “Wendy Dunn” in image upper right, 50.6 x 67.6cm.

Text continues “200 years on stolen ground. Isn’t it time to come around? Land rights. Designed and printed by Wendy Dunn under access at Garage Graphix, Mount Druitt, 1987.” Held in MAAS, with the comments “Garage Graphix was an important community arts workshop at Mt Druitt in Western Sydney where women artists and designers, including Aboriginal women, were active participants, and community and Aboriginal issues were key concerns addressed in the posters…The photographic image in this poster was taken in 1987 during a demonstration by a Bicentennial protest group. This poster was used as a fundraiser to send the artist, Wendy Dunn, to the first World Indigenous Peoples Congress, which was held in Vancouver, Canada in 1987.”

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Item #CL193-150

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