An Uncontrollable Child: the Autobiography of an Aboriginal Artist | Author: Reggie Sultan
After running away and stealing cars, Reggie Sultan was described as 'an uncontrollable child'. Reggie tells his story of boys homes, of his escapes, being sent to gaol, his work as a stockman, and his development as an Aboriginal artist. He gives a unique insight into the concepts and nuances of Central Australian Aboriginal art.
Author: Reggie Sultan
Photographs compiled by: David M Welch
Welcome to Country Youth Edition: An Introduction to our First Peoples for Young Australians | Author: Marcia Langton
An extended, education-focused edition of this bestselling book, which received the 2019 Indie Book Award for Best Illustrated Non-fiction and was shortlisted for General Non-fiction Book of the Year at...
The Royal Tour | Perimeter editions | Author: Vincent Namatjira
Despite finding their bearings amidst the pillars of colonialism, power and First Nations identity, Vincent Namatjira’s paintings are almost impossibly light and personal in their candour. Wranglings with race, politics...
Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia | Edited by: Anita Heiss
Childhood stories of family, country and belonging.What is it like to grow up Aboriginal in Australia? This anthology, compiled by award-winning author Anita Heiss, showcases many diverse voices, experiences and...