Painting in the Tropics, artist case study surveys

Artist case study surveys. The data was collected by posting a questionnaire to the artists who participated in the case study. The data is about tropical painters who refer to the North Queensland wet tropics in their work. It was collected to draw out themes that interested the painters,as well as the inspirations and struggles associated with working within a contemporary tropics.

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    Artist case study surveys. The data was collected by posting a questionnaire to the artists who participated in the case study. The data is about tropical painters who refer to the North Queensland wet tropics in their work. It was collected to draw out themes that interested the painters,as well as the inspirations and struggles associated with working within a contemporary tropics.

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  • Keywords
    • painting
    • Tropics
    • artists
    • PhD
    • Thesis
    • Orientalism
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  • Research themes
    People and Societies in the Tropics
    FoR Codes (*)
    • 19 - Studies In Creative Arts And Writing
    SEO Codes
    • 95 - Cultural Understanding
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    Temporal (time) coverage
  • Start Date 2008/07/01
  • End Date 2015/06/01
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    Spatial (location) coverage
  • Locations
    • Far North Queensland
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    Citation Meyer, Angela (2015): Painting in the Tropics, artist case study surveys. James Cook University. https://doi.org/10.4225/28/55ADA75C6F7B3