INDEX
Aboriginal artists, 517–21, 528–9
Aboriginal culture, 493–4; art and,
350–2; in context of Australia, 523–
7; ‘‘experts’’ on, 527–8; image making
of, 508–10; performance and, 355–
6; ‘‘possession’’ of, 527–30. See also
Australia; ‘‘Dreamings: The Art of
Aboriginal Culture’’; First Australians
Gallery; Indigenous cultures; National
Museum of Australia; Yingapungapu
sand sculptures and ceremonies
Aboriginal paintings, 518–23
actag (Arts and Culture Task Group),
293
Activists, scholars as, 21
Aesthetic disciplines: art museums and,
55, 142–5; of Guggenheim Bilbao, 38;
museums shaping, 37, 65–6. See also
Senses, the
Afghanistan, Bamiyan Valley, Buddhas
in, 162, 177–8
Africa. See Ghana; South Africa
African American Museum, Detroit, 402
African American museum, plans
424–5
African Americans: on exhibition
about slavery, 408–9; history of
1; on Holocaust Memorial Muse
399–400; lack of national muse
221; ‘‘race memory’’ and, 414–15
trade sites in Ghana and, 457–8
463. See also Slavery, history of
African Burial Ground, New York
413–14
‘‘After the Revolution: Everyday L
America 1780–1800’’ (exhibitio
402–3
Akeley, Carl, 358
Albasini region, South Africa, 364
6, 369–73, 377–83. See also Krug
National Park; South Africa
Albert Sarraut Museum. See Natio
Museum of Cambodia
Albuquerque, New Mexico, Natio
Atomic Museum in, 104
Allen, Debbie, 403, 417
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