A photographic display of the Film Australia Collection, currently showing at the NFSA building in Canberra.
The NFSA provided much of the footage for this landmark documentary series.
Stories from our collection about recording, broadcasting and teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.
Tasmanian Aboriginal recordings are inscribed in the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register.
WARNING: this article contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
John Hutchinson dedicated many years to recording the sounds of Western Australia's wildlife, environment and people. Sound archivist Tessa Elieff writes about his life.
Sound archivist Tessa Elieff reports from a ceremony of appreciation for WA field sound recordist John Hutchinson that took place during Reconciliation Week.
Brendan Smith explains why 'The Art of Sound' was meant to come to Burnie, Tasmania.
Beth Taylor on '100 Miles (Emu Bay)', a song about the history of Tasmania's railway network, performed as part of the Cooee Cabaret in Burnie.
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