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Martin Nakata is the first Torres Strait Islander to receive a PhD in Australia. His father is Japanese and his mother is an Aboriginal Australian.

Martin Nakata is the first Torres Strait Islander to receive a PhD in Australia. His father is Japanese and his mother is an Aboriginal Australian.

Torres Strait - Australia

Torres Strait - Australia

Ta Moko - le Tatouage Māori - nao-org.com

Ta Moko - le Tatouage Māori - nao-org.com

West Australian artist Jukuja Dolly Snell has been awarded Australia’s most prestigious Indigenous art prize. | Meet The Winners Of Australia's Most Prestigious Indigenous Art Awards

Meet The Winners Of Australia's Most Prestigious Indigenous Art Awards

West Australian artist Jukuja Dolly Snell has been awarded Australia’s most prestigious Indigenous art prize. | Meet The Winners Of Australia's Most Prestigious Indigenous Art Awards

Malu Mandala II - Brian Robinson - Linocut from one block - BR008 - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Prints

Malu Mandala II - Brian Robinson - Linocut from one block - BR008 - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Prints

Alick TIPOTI_Mawa Kulail #artaborigene #australie #contemporain

Alick TIPOTI_Mawa Kulail #artaborigene #australie #contemporain

Minnie Pwerle is an artist from the Utopia Community, Northern Territory Australia, specialising in contemporary Indigenous Australian art. She began painting in 2000 at about the age of 80.

Minnie Pwerle is an artist from the Utopia Community, Northern Territory Australia, specialising in contemporary Indigenous Australian art. She began painting in 2000 at about the age of 80.

Gate of Tar-Kazmukh, dwarven fortress of wisdom and study

Gate of Tar-Kazmukh, dwarven fortress of wisdom and study

Maori mask.

Maori mask.

Papua New Guinea | Masked dancers in front of the men’s longhouse at Tovei village. Urama Island, Gulf Province. June 1921. | ©Frank Hurley, courtesy Australian Museum.

Papua New Guinea | Masked dancers in front of the men’s longhouse at Tovei village. Urama Island, Gulf Province. June 1921. | ©Frank Hurley, courtesy Australian Museum.

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