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Menagerie: Contemporary Indigenous Sculpture

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Wooden sculpture of a crow.
Waath (Crow), 2008 by Leigh Namponan. Courtesy the artist and Wik and Kugu Art and Craft. Photo: Australian Museum.

Menagerie: Contemporary Indigenous Sculpture is an Object Gallery and Australian Museum Touring Exhibition.

Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory governments. Object is assisted by the New South Wales Government – Arts NSW, and the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

The Australian Museum strives to inspire the exploration of nature and cultures. It is a cultural attraction and is principally funded by the New South Wales Government through Arts NSW.

This exhibition has been supported by Visions of Australia, an Australian Government program supporting touring exhibitions by providing funding assistance for the development and touring of Australian cultural material across Australia and by the Contemporary Touring Initiative through Visions of Australia, an Australian Government program; and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory governments.

This exhibition has been supported by the Queensland Government through Trade Queensland’s Queensland Indigenous Arts Marketing and Export Agency (QIAMEA). QIAMEA promotes Queensland’s Indigenous arts industry through marketing and export activity throughout Australia and internationally.


Object: Australian Centre of Craft and Design logoAustralian Museum logo  Logos for: Australian Government, Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, New South Wales; Australian Government; Australia Council for the Arts; New South Wales Government; Trade and Investment Arts, New South Wales; Queensland Government; Gordon Darling Foundation; Sidney Myer Fund; International Art Services.