Dr Luke Taylor, Deputy Principal Research and Information, completed three weeks of fieldwork with Kuninjku language speaking artists in Maningrida in July 2006 to support the presentation of a keynote address keynote address
An opening address, as at a political convention, that outlines the issues to be considered. Also called keynote speech.
Noun 1. entitled 'Paint as Power Among Kuninjku Artists' to the Re-materialising Colour Symposium at the Centre for Cross-Cultural Research of the Australian National University in September 2006. He also presented a paper on Kuninjku bark painters at the Centre and in the AIATSIS 'Art and Identity' seminar series and a paper on Kuninjku pencil drawings for the Drawn Together Symposium at the CCR 1. CCR - condition code register.
2. CCR - (Database) concurrency control and recovery. in May 2007. He gave three public floor talks at the Mumeka to Milmilngkan: Innovation in Kurulk art exhibition at the Australian National University's Drill Hall Gallery in November and December 2006 and published an essay in the catalogue. Senior artists and their families from Maningrida, Northern Territory Maningrida is a self-governing indigenous community in the heart of the Arnhem Land region of Australia's Northern Territory. Maningrida is located 500 km east of Darwin and 300 km north east of Jabiru. , attended these events.