This story from NITV News in 2016 shows Northern Territory artist Harold Thomas, the designer of the Aboriginal flag, receiving the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award for his
British art historian Sir Kenneth Clark presents a speech in honour of Sidney Nolan at his Retrospective exhibition opening at the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 1973.
Sculptor Norma Redpath (1928–2013) talks about the inspiration she derives from Australia's 'vast spaces and unique forms'.
Martin Sharps’ first solo art exhibition titled 'Art for Mart’s Sake' at Clune Galleries, 59 Macleay Street, Potts Point, Sydney in 1965.
Artist William Dobell is seen here in the studio with fellow artist Margaret Olley and his 1948 Archibald winning portrait painting of her.
Olive Cotton is a key figure in the development of contemporary Australian photography. Olive exhibited internationally in the 1930s and ran the Sydney studio of long-time collaborator Max Dupain d
Rosalie Gascoigne (1917–1999) was interviewed by Robin Hughes for the Australian Biography series when she was 82 years old.
Emily Kame Kngwarreye (approximately 1910–1996) was an Anmatyerre artist and elder. She is one of Australia's most important contemporary artists.
A profile of the Australian artist Margaret Olley AC (1923–2011) introduced by journalist Jana Wendt on the occasion of her 83rd birthday in 2006. Catherine Hunter produced the segment.
Sidney Nolan speaks in detail about the paintings from his famous Ned Kelly series (1946–1947) on show at his Retrospective at The Royal Dublin Society, Dublin in 1973.