Kaz Cooke NLA Fellowship presentation

Kaz Cooke NLA Fellowship presentation By Shelley Burr On Thursday, 22 August 2019 I had the privilege of being part of the sold-out audience to a fellowship talk by cartoonist and author Kaz Cooke, a 2019 National Library of Australia Fellow. This fellowship, one of many offered annually by the Library, is sponsored by the Stokes family. Every year for ten years three researchers will … Continue reading Kaz Cooke NLA Fellowship presentation

Absences and presences: appreciating the power of the cartoon

By Rosalind Moran Cartoons are well-loved for their ability to capture moments in history, shine a light on the quirks and contradictions within us and around us, and puncture the spin of politics. Besides, some mornings one just needs a visual gag to offset the stress which comes of reading the headlines. Inked: Australian Cartoons is a chronological exploration of cartooning in Australia, from the … Continue reading Absences and presences: appreciating the power of the cartoon