Citations

  • (2007), 'We walked on a carpet of stars’, Creative Cowboy films, Melbourne, Vic., Film on Gough’s art practice.

  • Gough, Julie (May 1997), 'Indigenous Australians in the Australian Museum’, Periphery #31, .

  • (September 1997), 'Cultural Relevance and Resurgence – Aboriginal Artists in Tasmania Today’, Art and Australia, Vol.35 /No.1, .

  • Gough, Julie (2004), 'How do Market forces influence contemporary Indigenous Australian artists?’, Blak Insights: Indigenous Voices New Directions, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Qld, Paper/presentation.

  • (March 2007), 'Strait Crossings, Women’s History month.’, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Vic., Presentation.

  • (2007), 'We’re Here – collaborations between NMA and the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community’, Museums Australia conference, National Archives, Co-presentation Amanda Reynolds NMA, Lola Greeno Arts Tasmania, Julie Gough JCU.

  • Fink, Hannah (2000), 'Gough, Julie’, Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Vic. pp.594-595, edited by S. Kleinert and M. Neale.

  • Gough, Julie (2008), 'Julie Gough website’.

    http://homes.jcu.edu.au/~jc156215/

  • Lehman, Greg (2001), 'Tense Past – Narratives of Gaps and Silences’, Artlink Vol 21, no 2.

    http://www.artlink.com.au/issue.cfm?id=2120

  • Gough, Julie (2007), 'The Ranger: Seeking the hidden figure of history’, South Australian School of Art Gallery catalogue essay.

  • Gough, Julie (ed. Amanda Jane Reynolds) (2006), 'Being collected and keeping it real’, Keeping Culture: Aboriginal Tasmania, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, ACT.

  • Gough, Julie (eds Claire Smith & Graeme Ward) (2000), 'History, Representation, Globalisation and Indigenous Cultures: A Tasmanian Perspective’, Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World, Allen & Unwin.

Initial data sources

  • Storylines Project, COFA, UNSW