Australia's Hidden Heritage
A lavish photodocumentation in the form of multicultural objects of everyday life, not in museums but in use by individuals and families. Brought to Australia by immigrants from Europe, Asia and the Pacific, here are textiles, jewelry, pottery, metalwork and the like, all reproduced in color. Distributed by ISBS. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Aboriginal material culture applique Argos Oresticon Arts and Crafts Australian environment Australian experience Australian heritage Australian National Gallery Australian Red Cross Australian War Memorial beaten silver Brisbane brought to Australia Canberra captions Changi Chinese Australian History Chinese Temple clothing Collection colours craft forms Crafts Museum Croatia Croatian-Australian community cross stitch cultural origin Detail of hand Detail of hand-embroidered Detail of hand-woven documentation dress Estonia Estonian-Australian community everyday Greek-Australian family Group hand embroidery hanging or spread headdress heritage institutions Holy Triad Hungarian-Australian family immigrant intricate Italian-Australian family Italy jacket John Houldsworth Judith Winternitz Kastellorizo Kastoria Lao-Australian community Laos Left Lviv material culture heritage material culture items material culture objects Melbourne Multicultural Affairs multicultural Australia non-English-speaking background northern Greece Office of Multicultural Palestinian-Australian community pattern present quilt range of items Rava Ruska Right Sydney technique Transylvania Ukraine Ukrainian Arts village Wall hanging water jugs Wollongong/Sydney woman's festive wooden worn