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Poster, 'Land Rights Dance', designed by Chips Mackinolty

Made by Mackinolty, Chips, 1977.
Poster, 'Land Rights Dance', colour screenprint, paper / ink, designed by Chips Mackinolty, printed by Earthworks Poster Collective, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1977

Poster featuring image of indigenous people raising the indigenous flag. Names of mines on rocks include, Queensland Mines, PEKO and Pancontinental. The full wording is: 'Land Rights / Dance / Balmain / Town Hall / Friday 17th June / 8 P.M. / $2,50 / Junior & The Goldtops - Wasted Daze / Proceeds to N.S.W Land Rights Conference'. Poster marked.
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