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2000/56/6 Sticker, Imparja Television, paper, Imparja Television Pty Ltd, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia, 1999. Click to enlarge.

Sticker produced by Imparja Television

Designed
Sticker, Imparja Television, paper, Imparja Television Pty Ltd, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia, 1999.

Rectangular sticker with the text 'Imparja' printed above and 'rlterrke atuyenetyeke Keeping Strong' printed below an Indigenous illustrated artwork. The sticker is printed in red and yellow on a white ground.

Summary

Object No.

2000/56/6

Object Statement

Sticker, Imparja Television, paper, Imparja Television Pty Ltd, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia, 1999

Physical Description

Sticker, Imparja Television, paper, Imparja Television Pty Ltd, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia, 1999.

Rectangular sticker with the text 'Imparja' printed above and 'rlterrke atuyenetyeke Keeping Strong' printed below an Indigenous illustrated artwork. The sticker is printed in red and yellow on a white ground.

Marks

'IMPARJA' is printed in red above the illustration.
'rlterrke atuyenetyeke / Keeping Strong' is printed below the illustration.

Dimensions

Width

110 mm

Production

Notes

The design incorporates both the English and Aboriginal language to communicate to Imparja Television's broad audience of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities.

This sticker was made in 1999.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association, 2000

Acquisition Date

17 May 2000

Cite this Object

Harvard

Sticker produced by Imparja Television 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 27 November 2021, <https://ma.as/9115>

Wikipedia

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