Dunbar took this photo of Ted Edwards, Raukkan, in 1999.
Indigenous in black-and-white
Todays Australian Aborigines still
mirror their past in myth and ritual, but they also reflect adaptation
to contemporary Western culture. A traveling exhibit at U.Va.s
on display until Oct. 5, shows black-and-white images of people
blending the past and present in everyday life in the exhibit,
Nakkondi/Look: Photographs of Indigenous Australians
by Nicole Cumpston and Andrew Dunbar.
exhibit from the museums permanent collection, The
Inside Story: X-Ray Art from Arnhem Land, accompanies the
can sign up for the next Tucker Box Tour Oct. 2, which includes
lunch following a tour of the current exhibits. Participants can
bring their own lunch or order one for $7. Call 244-0234 to make
Tuesday through Saturday,
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Free guided tours:
Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.