Brenda L. Croft

Brenda L. Croft

Brenda L. Croft is from the Gurindji/Malgnin/Mudpurra peoples from the Northern Territory and Anglo/Irish/German/Australian heritage. She has been involved in the arts and cultural sectors for more than a quarter of a century as an artist, arts administrator, curator, writer, academic, and consultant. Brenda has been awarded an ARC Discovery Indigenous Award and research grant for 2012 and is undertaking her PhD.

Brenda L. Croft reviews 'Desert Country' by Nici Cumpston with Barry Patton and 'Yiwarra Kuju: The Canning Stock Route' by National Museum of Australia

November 2010, no. 326 16 November 2011
Brenda L. Croft reviews 'Desert Country' by Nici Cumpston with Barry Patton and 'Yiwarra Kuju: The Canning Stock Route' by National Museum of Australia
During the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) held this August in far north Queensland, the city was buzzing with the visit of many of the country’s leading contributors to contemporary indigenous arts and culture. I ran into some of the most significant visual, performing and literary indigenous artists and arts professionals, many with hereditary links to the region, such as internationally ren ... (read more)