Selling Yarns 3

Weaving the nation's story

 

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The Australian National University, Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre, National Museum of Australia

Selling Yarns 3: Weaving the nation's story has been developed by:

And presented in partnership with:

Selling Yarns 3 is a Centenary of Canberra project, proudly supported by the ACT Government and the Australian Government.

Sponsors

We thank our sponsors for their generous support of SellingYarns 3: Weaving the nation's stories.

The ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS)
The Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) is the largest of seven Colleges at the University. The College was created in 2007 as part of the University's broad restructure to maintain its position in the top 20 of the world's universities and the top-ranked university in the Asia-Pacific region. The College intends to set national and international standards in research, education and community engagement across its three platforms: humanities, creative arts and social sciences.
The ANU Research School of the Humanities and the Arts (RSHA)
The Research School of Humanities & the Arts (RSHA) is part of the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences (CASS). Its primary focus is to build on its established strengths in research and education across the humanities and the creative arts. It places a strong emphasis on traditional humanities scholarship and on encouraging interdisciplinary, cross-cultural and practice led research. It has been a supporter of Selling Yarns and continues to encourage research in the area of Indigenous material culture.
Copyright Agency Cultural Fund
The Copyright Agency Cultural Fund supports a large variety of projects, award programs and initiatives which encourage and provide practical assistance to Australian writers, publishers, artists and the Australian cultural community. The priority area of funding is to support innovation in the Australian creative industries to develop local and foreign markets for Australian works and since 1995 the Fund has provided over $11 million in such support.
Ian Potter Foundation
The Ian Potter Foundation makes grants for general charitable purposes in Australia that advance knowledge and benefit the community in the areas of the arts, community wellbeing, education, environment and conservation, health, medical research and science.


This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.