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100 1  Wawrzyńczak, Anni Doyle,|eauthor. 
245 10 How local art made Australia's national capital /|cby Anni
       Doyle Wawrzyńczak. 
264  1 Canberra, Australia :|bAustralian National University 
       Press,|c2020. 
264  4 |c©2020 
300    1 online resource (xvii, 292 pages : illustrations) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Introduction -- 1. The national capital space and arts 
       practice: 1913-1978 -- 2. The rapid growth of local arts 
       and culture: 1978-1989 -- 3. Self-government and the arts 
       -- 4. Bitumen River Gallery - evolution and early years --
       5. Transition: BRG to CCAS -- 6. Transformation: 
       transcending the local -- Conclusion. 
520 1  Canberra's dual status as national capital and local city 
       dramatically affected the rise of a unique contemporary 
       arts scene. This complex story, informed by rich archival 
       material and interviews, details the triumph of local arts
       practice and community over the insistent cultural nation-
       building of Australia's capital. It exposes local arts as 
       a vital force in Canberra's development and uncovers the 
       influence of women in the growth of its visual arts 
       culture. A broad illumination of the city-wide development
       of arts and culture from the 1920s to 2001 is combined 
       with the story of Bitumen River Gallery and its successor 
       Canberra Contemporary Art Space from 1978 to 2001. This 
       history traces the growth of the arts from a community-led
       endeavour, through a period of responses to social and 
       cultural needs, and ultimately to a humanising local 
       practice that transcended national and international 
       boundaries. 
542    |nUnless stated otherwise, the author retains copyright to
       their work while ANU Press retains exclusive worldwide 
       rights for the distribution of the book. From 2018, the 
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       /licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/), which broadens the ways in which
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590    JSTOR|bBooks at JSTOR Open Access 
650  0 Cultural property|zAustralia|zCanberra (A.C.T.) 
650  0 Public institutions|zAustralia|zCanberra (A.C.T.) 
650  0 Art, Australian|zAustralia|zCanberra (A.C.T.) 
650  0 Library exhibits|zAustralia|zCanberra (A.C.T.) 
650  0 Museum exhibits|zAustralia|zCanberra (A.C.T.) 
651  0 Canberra (A.C.T.)|xIntellectual life. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
710 2  Australian National University Press. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tHow local art made Australia's national 
       capital.|dCanberra, ACT, Australia : Australian National 
       University Press, 2020.|z9781760463403|w(OCoLC)1164067633 
856 40 |uhttps://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctv1bvnd5m
       |zOnline ebook. Open Access via JSTOR. 
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