Global Arts Link is the award winning regional art gallery and museum in Ipswich that combines art, social history and new technologies to explore the region.
The Queensland Studies Centre promotes research about the state through projects, seminars, conferences and publications, notably the Queensland Review.
The Queensland Heritage Trails Network is a joint initiative of the Queensland Government and the Commonwealth Government, established in 2000 through the Federation Fund and working partnerships with local government authorities and local councils. The $110M funding allocation has been used to create and link 43 heritage experiences celebrating the state's unique history, culture and natural features.
Trinca, M., ‘Representing environmental pasts’, in Gaynor, A., Trinca, M.
Haebich, A. (eds.) Country: Visions of Land and People in Western Australia, (Perth: WA Museum and UWA Centre for History, in publication).
See for example, Seddon, G., Landprints: Reflections on Place and Landscape, (Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1997).
Curated for the 2000 Telstra Adelaide Arts Festival, karra/karrawirraparri featured artists Agnes Love, Jo Crawford and Chris De Rosa and writers Eric Rolls, Martin O'Leary, Stephanie Radok, Murray Bail, Dr Rob Amery and Les Murray.
Gubba is used by Murri people to refer to non-Indigenous people. ‘Murri’ encompasses the Indigenous peoples of South-East Queensland.
Sullivan, H., ‘Aboriginal gatherings in southeast Queensland, with special reference to the exploitation of Bunya nuts’, unpublished BA Hons Thesis, Australian National University, 1977: 17.
Sullivan op.cit., 1977.
Flood, J., Archaeology of the Dreamtime, (Sydney: Collins, 1983).
Aagesen, D. L., ‘On the Northern Fringe of the South American Temperate Forest’, Environmental History, 3 (1) (1998): 64–85; Indigenous resource rights and conservation of the Monkey-Puzzle Tree (Araucaria Araucana, Araucariaceae): a case study from Southern Chile’, Economic Botany, 52 (2) 1998: 146–160; personal communication T Herrmann, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford University.