From discovery to commoditization: Rock art management in remote Australia

From discovery to commoditization: Rock art management in remote Australia Book Section

A Companion to Rock Art

  • Author(s): Peter Veth
  • Secondary Author(s): McDonald, J, Veth, P.
  • Published: 2012

Abstract: Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Abstract The Granting of Native Title and the Management of Rock Art and Cultural Heritage But It's Too Complex to be Aboriginal Art? What is Special About the Canning Stock Route Art? Martu Views on Rock Art Recording, Dating, and Analysis of the Rock Art Management Issues on the Canning Stock Route Known General Impacts on the Canning Stock Route Documented Impacts on Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage Indigenous Protected Areas, Conservation Values, and Rangers on Country Toward Sustainable Future Visitation to Canning Stock Route Rock Art Locales References

  • Urls: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/9781118253892.ch31
  • Keywords: rock art management in remote Australia, Aboriginal painting/engraving sites, Canning Stock Route, Australian Western Desert, Martu custodians, Native Title determination, painted art of the desert, land councils/PBCs, governance, Aboriginal custodians, reclaiming narratives, patterning as a form of commoditization, rock art, artistic dynamism, pigment rock art, levels of stylistic diversity, acrylic painting movement

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Peter Veth, 2012, From discovery to commoditization: Rock art management in remote Australia, Book Section, viewed 30 March 2020, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=12076.

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