A Singular Voice

by Joan Kerr
A Singular Voice

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A collection of essays by the controversial and popular Australian art and architecture scholar, Joan Kerr. The essays encompass colonial architecture, contemporary Aboriginal art, the ancient remains of a dinosaur in an outback museum display, the forgotten and marginalised of Australian art and the importance of art in everyday lives. A Singular Voice is a history of changing attitudes to Australian art and architecture as well as a record of a remarkable woman distinguished by her open mind, her infectious enthusiasm and her generosity.
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A collection of essays by the controversial and popular Australian art and architecture scholar, Joan Kerr. The essays encompass colonial architecture, contemporary Aboriginal art, the ancient remains of a dinosaur in an outback museum display, the forgotten and marginalised of Australian art and the importance of art in everyday lives. A Singular Voice is a history of changing attitudes to Australian art and architecture as well as a record of a remarkable woman distinguished by her open mind, her infectious enthusiasm and her generosity.