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Loose leaf album created by Grace Ramsden, daughter of Jenny Kee, with photographs, poetry, paintings, drawings and captions documenting the campaign to stop logging in the South East Forests. The artwork is by Jenny Kee’s daughter Grace, Jenny Kee and a number of students who took part in the protest with Jenny Kee, Jenny Kee, Sydney, 1989

Made by Kee, Jenny in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1989.

Loose leaf album created by Grace Ramsden, daughter of Jenny Kee, with photographs, poetry, paintings, drawings and captions documenting the campaign to stop logging in the South East Forests. The artwork is by Jenny Kee’s daughter Grace, Jenny Kee and a number of students who took part in the protest with Jenny Kee, Jenny Kee, Sydney, 1989

The protest included a rally in Canberra with a march from the Japanese Embassy to Parliament House with a banner by Kee. One of Kee’s banner designs is in ...

Summary

Object No.

98/180/1-29/8

Object Statement

Loose leaf album created by Grace Ramsden, daughter of Jenny Kee, with photographs, poetry, paintings, drawings and captions documenting the campaign to stop logging in the South East Forests. The artwork is by Jenny Kee's daughter Grace, Jenny Kee and a number of students who took part in the protest with Jenny Kee, Jenny Kee, Sydney, 1989

Physical Description

Loose leaf album created by Grace Ramsden, daughter of Jenny Kee, with photographs, poetry, paintings, drawings and captions documenting the campaign to stop logging in the South East Forests. The artwork is by Jenny Kee's daughter Grace, Jenny Kee and a number of students who took part in the protest with Jenny Kee, Jenny Kee, Sydney, 1989

The protest included a rally in Canberra with a march from the Japanese Embassy to Parliament House with a banner by Kee. One of Kee's banner designs is in the album.

Dimensions

Height

760 mm

Width

565 mm

Cite this Object

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Loose leaf album created by Grace Ramsden, daughter of Jenny Kee, with photographs, poetry, paintings, drawings and captions documenting the campaign to stop logging in the South East Forests. The artwork is by Jenny Kee's daughter Grace, Jenny Kee and a number of students who took part in the protest with Jenny Kee, Jenny Kee, Sydney, 1989 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 September 2019, <https://ma.as/356685>

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