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Alana Hunt

Alana Hunt

A conversation between Amina McConvell and Alana Hunt

Amina McConvell is an artist, curator, and community arts worker who lives in Darwin and often enables cross-cultural exchanges between artists in the Northern Territory and South East Asia in her role as the creative producer of Asia in Darwin. Amina also works at Darwin Community Arts as the creative producer of Arts Access Darwin […]

Alana Hunt

Treading lightly: a conversation between Katie Breckon and Alana Hunt

Alana Hunt: I’m looking to you as a means of engaging with some of my own questions and uncertainties as a non-indigenous artist living in and being increasingly influenced by a community and environment – or perhaps, rather, a world – that is predominately Aboriginal. You and I are on opposite sides of the Kimberley, […]

Alana Hunt

The how, where and to what end: A conversation between Anabelle Lacroix and Alana Hunt

As part of the research project on the cultural economies of Artist Run Initiatives (ARIs) in Australia, directed by Maria Miranda at the Victorian College of the Art, Anabelle Lacroix has curated An Act of Showing: Rethinking Artist Run Initiatives Through Place. Maria and Annabelle framed the exhibition as a material conversation between ARIs and […]

Alana Hunt

Beautiful (in)Justice

The walls and floors of the Supreme Court in Darwin are filled with works of art that speak of a very clear curatorial intention to illustrate the history of the legal system and its relationship with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Northern Territory. This is an undeniably fraught history and present. The […]

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