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Bon Voyage: Aboriginal Summer 2006, France, UK, and USA

In just over a day’s time from now, Harvey and I will be on our way to Europe, our ultimate destination there the opening of the Musee du Quai Branly in Paris on June 23. This has been an event … Continue reading

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MQB3, and Art on the Production Line

A quick note here before I head off to a librarian’s conference in Denver for the rest of the week (and weekend) to pass along word of two rather wonderful articles that recently appeared in Time magazine’s South Pacific edition.    A … Continue reading

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Musee du quai Branly, bis

The Financial Review for April 27 has an article, “Paris Dreamtime,” on the Musee du Quai Branly. The article focuses on the rather paltry representation contemporary Aboriginal art will have on opening, putting aside of course the architecture of the administrative building. (There … Continue reading

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Plans of the Musee du quay Branly

The new Musee du Quai Branly (MQB) looks set to open during the third week of June this year, just two months from now. People in France are already protesting against Chirac, so the date must be real. The protests … Continue reading

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