Tag Archives: Australia

A familiar face: wartime facial wounds and William Kearsey

Dr Kerry Neale works in the Military Heraldry and Technology Section of the Australian War Memorial. She completed her PhD thesis through the University of New South Wales on the experiences of disfigured Great War veterans in Britain and the … Continue reading

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You Can’t Ask That: Facial Difference

In case you missed it, the ABC series You Can’t Ask That recently interviewed a number of people with facial differences about their experiences. The series has become highly acclaimed in Australia for giving a wide range of marginalised groups … Continue reading

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Faces of Albert Tucker (1914-1999)

Greetings for 2017! Emily here. I’m in Darwin at present and spent yesterday afternoon at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. The painting that grabbed my attention for Effaced was Albert Tucker’s Card Players (1962), which features three men … Continue reading

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