MAGNTMuseum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (Darwin, NT, Australia)
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MAGNT acquired Karya Sama, a smaller, more roughly constructed vessel, in much the same manner.
4-m pearling lugger donated to MAGNT by the late Nick Paspaley snr, who was the patriarch of the Paspaley Pearling Company, the world's leading producer of South Sea Pearls.
Based on information from the MAGNT sites register, and previous archaeological experience in the Darwin region, areas of high archaeological potential, such as the hinterland margins, around tidal rivers and creeks, and the saltflats were intensively surveyed.
Larson (eds), The Marine Flora and Fauna of Darwin Harbour, Northern Territory, Australia, Proceedings of the Sixth International Marine Biological Workshop, MAGNT Publications Department, Western Australian Museum, Perth, 445-49.
A reference group of five prominent Territorians with extensive experience in the arts and culture sector filmmaker Rachel Clements, festival and events organiser Noeletta McKenzie, Darwin Aboriginal Arts Foundation Chair Franchesca Cuillo, MAGNT board member Ian Kew and art consultant and former gallery owner Karen Brown.
Contract Awarded for Taxonomic identifications (polychaetes) MAGNT