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Author Gough, Julie, Author.

Title Tayenebe : Tasmanian Aboriginal women's fibre work.

Published Hobart : Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, c2009.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  746.41208999 GOUG    AVAILABLE
 UniM Bail SpC/VAUG  746.41208999 GOUG    NOT FOR LOAN
Physical description 81 p. : col. ill., col. ports. ; 25 cm.
Notes "Contributing authors: Jennie Gorringe, Julie Gough, Lola Greeno, Vicki Maikutena Matson-Green, Theresa Sainty, Verna Nichols and Lionie Dickson"--Imprint.
Exhibition curator: Julie Gough.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Fibre across time : a history of Tasmanian Aboriginal women's fibre work -- Twining culture -- Tayenebe : weaving our stories -- Weaving the future -- Kelp water carriers : right way or wrong way -- Nature as teacher -- Tayenebe makers -- Tayenebe writers.
Summary Tayenebe is an exhibition about Tasmanian Aboriginal women's historic & contemporary fibre work. Tayenebe is a word of the southeast Nueonne people of Bruny Island that means 'exchange' & the exhibition reveals three centuries of different cross and intercultural interactions based on the making and collecting of Tasmanian Aboriginal fibrework.
Local note SpC/VAUG copy donated by Gerard Vaughan and Rose Flanders.
Other author Gorringe, Jennie.
Gough, Julie.
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
Subject Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery -- Exhibitions.
Aboriginal Australians -- Basket making -- Exhibitions.
Aboriginal Australians -- Basket making -- History.
Basket makers -- Tasmania -- History.
Basket makers -- Tasmania.
Basket making -- Tasmania -- Exhibitions.
Baskets -- Tasmania -- Exhibitions.
Baskets, Aboriginal Australian -- Exhibitions.
Variant Title Tasmanian Aboriginal women's fibre work.
Local donor Vaughan, Gerard. Donor.
Flanders, Rose. Donor.
ISBN 9780980632712 (pbk.)