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					                                  ALLIE EAGLE

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
1969          Auckland Secondary Teachers College, graduated Division C.
1966-1968     Canterbury University School of Fine Arts, taught by Rudi Gopas.
              Graduated DipFA (painting).
1962-1965     Hutt Valley High School, Wellington.



SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2007          ‘The big Picture: A Working Process’ Corbans Estate, Waitakere City. The
              collaborative working drawings, photographs and research of Allie Eagle,
              Anabelle Cameron Lewis and the project Atelier.
*2005         ‘Night and day’, Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch with Wendy
              Grace Allen, Glenys Brookbanks, Tim Brown, Jessica Crothall, Tim
              Croucher, Anne Fountain, Janet Joyce, Mark Lander, Stefan Roberts,
              Gareth Williams, Don Binney, Kees Bruin, Helm Ruifrok.
*2004         ‘A Turn in the Gardens, your Grace? Walking Past Each Other: On Location
              with the Bishop’, The Bishop Suter Gallery, Nelson, with Michael
              Parekowhai, Derek March, Pippa Sanderson, Stephanie Ross with essays
              by Cushla Parekowhai, Benedict Reid and Jonathan Mane-Wheoki.
2003          ‘Ranges of Inspiration’, Corban Estate Arts Centre, Auckland, with Don
              Binney, Gretchen Albrecht, Derek March, Juliet Batten, Stanley Palmer and
              Richard Killeen.
2002          ‘Here/There’, Signal Gallery, Swanson, Auckland, with Don Binney, Derek
              March, Tony Ogle and Mary Taylor.
*2002         ‘120 Years of Canterbury Painting’, Canterbury Centre for Contemporary
              Art, Christchurch.
*2000         ‘Spiritual Themes in Art: Reformation’, St George’s Presbyterian
              Church,Takapuna, with Laurence Aberhart, Wellesley Binding, Christopher
              Braddock, Peter Cleverley, Rowan Crawford, Garry Currin, Liam Davidson,
              Susan Dunster, Robert Ellis, Scott McFarlane, Mary McIntyre, Lois McIvor,
              John Madden, Joanna Paul, Helen Pollock, Claudia Pond-Eyley, John
              Reynolds, David Sarich, Jill Sorensen, Terry Stringer, Pauline Thompson.
*1999         ‘The Body Inscribed’, George Fraser Gallery, University of Auckland, with
              Lionel b., Stella Brennan, Jacqueline Fahey, Margaret Dawson, Robyn
              Kahukiwa, Mary McIntyre, Fran Marno, Samantha Mitchell, Alex Monteith,
              Carole Shepheard, Keum-Sun Son, with guest exhibitor Judy Chicago.
1999          ‘Landscape Painting’, Art Station, Auckland and Uxbridge Centre, Howick,
              Auckland, with Ruth Cole, Margaret Elliot, Hamish Foote, Russell Hollings,
              Gerda Leenards, Scott McFarlane, Richard McWhannell, Stanley Palmer,
              Johanna Pegler.
*1999         ‘Taonga Mauri; objects of our affection’, Art Station, Auckland, curated by
              Cushla Parekowhai.
1998          ‘Common Ground’, Drawings Gallery, Auckland with Richard McWhannell
              and Martin Ball
1998          ‘CoMITted Artists’: Lecturers of Manukau Technical Institute School of Art
              and Design Auckland, Pakuranga Community Centre, Auckland.



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*1997         ‘Being Human; Artists Looking at the Human Figure’, PAGE 90, Porirua,
              curated by Helen Kedgley and Joanna Margaret Paul with Craig Collier,
              Michael Haggie, Richard McWhannel, James Molnar, Anne Munz, Greg
              O’Brien, Joanna Margaret Paul, Janet Paul, Roger Peters, Terry Stringer,
              Hariata Ropata Tangahoe, Liz Price, Robert Cross.
1997          ‘PaperW/eight’, Archill Gallery, Auckland with Bronwynne Cornish, Deborah
              Crowe, Virginia King, Sofia Tekela-Smith, Jim Viviare, Jimmy Thompson,
              Hoana Stachl.
*1997         ‘Rudolf Gopas and His Pupils’, Canterbury Centre of Contemporary Art,
              Christchurch, with Rudi Gopas, Philip Trusttum, Warren Feeney, Warwick
              Brown, Colin McCahon, Philip Clairmont, Tony Fomison, Kura Te Waru
              Rewiri, Dick Frizzell, Philippa Blair, Quentin McFarlane, Tony Geddes, Ross
              Gray, John Parker, Tom Kreisler.
*1996         ‘An auction of women’s art’, Suter Art Gallery, Nelson.
1996          Common Ground with Richard McWhannell, Allie Eagle, Martin Ball,
              Drawings Gallery, Auckland.
1994          ‘Drawings’, Drawings Gallery, Auckland, with Marte Szirmay, Charlotte
              Fisher, Pat Hanly, Nigel Brown, Murray Grimsdale, Delyn Williams, Alistair
              Nisbet-Smith, Richard Adams, Paul Radford, Greer Twiss, Cliff McPherson,
              Simon McIntyre, Geoff Tune.
*1993         ‘Alter/Image’, Auckland City Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Auckland, and
              Wellington City Art Gallery, Wellington.
1993          ‘Combings’, photographs by invited artists, Lopdell House, Titirangi,
              Auckland, with Patrick Reynolds, Christine Hellyar, Carole Shepheard, Don
              Binney, Geoffrey Short, Gavin Hipkins, Maureen Lander, Jennifer French,
              Haru Sameshina, Peter Siddell, and Jennifer Tomlin.
*1993         ‘I AM: KO AHAU: Lesbian and Gay identity’, Dunedin Public Art Gallery,
              Dunedin
1990          ‘Various Thresholds’, Betty Wallis Gallery, (curator and exhibitor), Auckland,
              with Alistair Nisbet-Smith Chiara Corbeletto, John Eaden, Bronwyn Taylor,
              Charlotte Fisher and Joanna Paul.
1989          ‘Two Landscapes’: Allie Eagle, Te Henga Watercolours – Joanna Paul,
              Kakatahi Drawings & Watercolours Ecologies, Proba, Auckland
*1988         ‘White Camellias’ A Century of Women’s Artmaking in Canterbury, Robert
              McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch.
*1988         ‘Women Paint the Land’, curated by Jane Zusters, Titirangi, Lopdell House,
              with Gerda Leenards, Jan Nigro, Emare Karaka, Margaret Eliot, Jane
              Poutney.
*1988         ‘Faith + Works’, curated by Joanna Paul, Manawatu Art Gallery, Palmeston
              North, with Deidre Airey, Wailin Elliott, Peter Ireland, Paul Mason, Joanna
              Paul, Alison Thomas, Pauline Thompson, Julia Van Helden, Mervyn
              Williams.
*1981         ‘Self Image’, Women’s Gallery, Wellington.
*1981         ‘Mothers’, Women’s Gallery, Wellington and toured nationally and to
              Sydney.
1980          ‘Opening Show, Women’s Gallery, Wellington.
1980          ‘Diaries’, Women’s Gallery, Wellington
1979          Installation of ‘Empathy for Rape Trial Victim, Exhibition of Feminist Art’,
              Come Out ‘79 Arts Festival, Maidment Arts Centre, Auckland.
*1979         ‘Women Artists Project’, Auckland University, Auckland.



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*1978         ‘Eagle/Zusters/Keir’, CSA Gallery, Christchurch.
1977          ‘A Season’s Diaries’, Victoria University, Wellington, with Joanna Paul,
              Heather McPherson, Bridie Lonie, Anna Keir, Gladys Gurney, Marian
              Evans.
*1977         ‘Women Artists Exhibition’, Freemans Bay Community Centre, Auckland.
*1977         ‘Women’s Art Environment’, CSA Gallery, Christchurch



SOLO EXHIBITIONS
*2006         ‘Post Modern Wetlands: We never owned the view’ Signal Gallery,
              Swanson.
*2005         ‘Te Puna Rere (the spring waterfall)’, Signal Gallery, Swanson, Auckland.
*2003         ‘The Sudden Imperative’, Lopdell House Gallery, Titirangi, Auckland
*1995         ‘Waxes, Watercolours and Drawings’, Drawings Gallery, Auckland.
*1990         ‘Concord/Discord and the principle of inner necessity’, Aberhart North
              Gallery, Auckland.
*1989         ‘Recent Works 1978-1989’, Janne Land Gallery, Wellington.
*1988         ‘A Survey 1984-1988’, Aberhart North Gallery, Auckland.
*1986         ‘A Survey of Works 1979-1986’, Janne Land Gallery, Wellington.
*1985         ‘The Rue of the Homosexual Law Reform Bill, Heart on Trial series’, Govett
              Brewster Gallery, New Plymouth.



WORK SOLD TO PUBLIC COLLECTION
*1977         ‘Facing Ourselves’, watercolour on paper, Robert McDougall Art Gallery,
              Christchurch.
*1977         ‘Heather McPherson’, watercolour Alexander Turnbull Library.
*1977         ‘We Still Are, We Still Are’, watercolour on wooden panel with encaustic
              wax, Suter Gallery, Nelson.
*1976         ‘Self portrait’, pencil drawing Alexander Turnbull Library.
*1976         ‘This Woman Died; I Care’, watercolour on paper, Auckland City Art Gallery.
*1976         ‘Old Chair, Getting Older’, watercolour on paper, Robert McDougall Art
              Gallery, Christchurch.



CURATOR OF EXHIBITIONS
1990          ‘Various Thresholds’, Betty Wallis Gallery, (curator and exhibitor), Auckland,
              with Alistair Nisbet-Smith Chiara Corbeletto, John Eaden, Bronwyn Taylor,
              Charlotte Fisher and Joanna Paul.
1977          3 women artists: Allie Eagle, Jane Zusters and Anna Keir, C.S.A.
              Christchurch.
              Co-curated ‘A woman’s art environment’ at the CSA Gallery, Christchurch.
              Olivia Spencer-Bower retrospective: Robert McDougall Art Gallery,
              Christchurch. Exhibition toured Auckland and other regions.




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1975          Six women Artists: Robert McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch.
1974          A survey of New Zealand Women Artists, Robert McDougall Art Gallery,
              Christchurch.



PUBLIC COMMISSIONS
2006-2007     ‘Jesus in the Temple: a community parable for the City of Waitakere’ Water
              colour and pigment impregnated encaustic wax on gesso panel. 7 meters
              by 2 meters. Painting installation for the foyer of the debating chamber at
              Waitakere City Council Building in Railside Ave. Henderson.
2003          ‘Artist on the Beach’, Piha Beach. Installation and performance.
2003          ‘Art on the Beach’, Piha Beach, Auckland. Sculpture - Ben’s Potato Couch.
2002          ‘Memento mori for Massey; Remembering Pukewhakataratara’, Massey
              Public Library & Community Centre, Waitakere City Council, watercolour on
              wooden panel with encaustic wax.



PROFESSIONAL HISTORY
1970-1972     Art Teacher; Upper Hutt College, as well as practising as an artist from a
              rented studio in Paekakariki.
1973          Art Teacher; Papanui High School, Christchurch.
              Exhibitions Officer; Robert McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch.
1974          Curator; A Survey of New Zealand Women Artists, Robert McDougall Art
              Gallery, Christchurch.
              Conference Speaker; United Women’s Convention, Wellington.
              Archivist; Women’s art movement.
              Co-founder; Christchurch Women Artists’ collective.
              Curator; Woman’s Art: An Exhibition of six women artists, Robert McDougall
              Art Gallery, Christchurch.
              Researcher; Russell Clark 1905-1966 - A Retrospective Exhibition
              Catalogue. Curator: Michael Dunn.
              Researcher; New Zealand Painting 1920-1940 - Exhibition Catalogue.
              Curator: Gordon Brown.
1975          Artist from studio in St Albans.
              Co-Editor/writer; Spiral magazine.
1977          Co-ordinator; Women’s Art Environment, Christchurch, C.S.A Gallery in
              conjunction with 1977 United Women’s Convention.
              Fulltime painter; Te Henga, Auckland. Homeschooled Karl Severs until
              1980.
1979          Speaker; United Women’s Convention.
1980          Converted to Christianity, which changed focus of my work.
              Head of Art Department and Art Teacher; Liston College, Henderson,
              Auckland.
              Youth and children’s worker; Waitakere Christian Fellowship and Elim
              Church, Kumeu, Auckland.




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1986          Head of Art Department and Teacher; Liston College, painting evenings and
              weekends.
1989          Part-time teacher; Liston College, job-sharing with Derek March. Queen
              Elizabeth II Arts Council Grant recipient.
              Part-time teacher; Liston College.
              Workshop facilitator; groups of artists at Otaki, Waipukurau, Pakuranga and
              at home at Te Henga, until 1995.
              Part-time teacher; Pakiri Summer School, Nelson.
              Participator; Winter School Embroiderers’ Symposium, Unitech Auckland.
              Outreach (Auckland), Otahuhu Primary School, St Cuthbert’s College and
              other secondary schools. Seminar (videoed) for C.A.T.
              Speaker; Auckland City Art Gallery. Floor talk on.Olivia Spencer Bower.
1992          Committee member; Te Henga/Bethells Community Group.
              Part-time lecturer; Elam School of Art, University of Auckland, until 1994.
              Chair; Te Henga/Bethells Community Group.
              Facilitator; Co-ordinating community, Council and environ-mentalists at Te
              Henga (until 1999).
              Co-ordinator and Works Manager; Te Henga/Bethells Design Group.
              Contributor; Art Auctions, Mount Albert Women’s Memorial Committee and
              the Friends of Epsom Girls’ Grammar School Trust.
              Speaker; Auckland City Art Gallery, on art work in Alter/Image; Panel
              Member, Panel discussion on ‘Moving forward: feminist art and politics in
              the 90s’ with Carole Shepheard, Jane Zusters, Kura Te Waru Rewiri.
              Part-time Teacher; Outreach, Auckland.
              Lecturer; Manukau Institute of Technology, School of Visual Art. Otara,
              Auckland.
              Contributor; Friends of the North Shore Women’s Refuge fund-raising
              exhibition, Auckland Cathedral Auction, Selwyn Library, Muscular Dystrophy
              Association exhibition.
1996          Part-time Lecturer; Manukau Institute of Technology, School of Visual Art,
              Otara, Auckland.
              Part-time Teacher; Outreach, Auckland.
              Guest speaker; Auckland Art Union AGM.
              Workshops Facilitator; Pakiri and Hastings Summer School.
              Part-time Lecturer; Manukau Institute of Technology, School of Visual Art,
              Otara, Auckland.
              Part-time Teacher; Outreach, Auckland.
              Guest Lecturer; Women’s Studies Department, Victoria University of
              Wellington.
              Guest Lecturer; Department of Art History, University of Canterbury,
              Christchurch.
              Master Workshop Lecturer; Whitireia Polytechnic.
              Workshop Facilitator; Elam Summer School, University of Auckland.
              Guest Lecturer; Certificate in Women’s Studies, University of Auckland.
              Workshop Facilitator; Senior College of Education, Auckland.



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              Part-time Lecturer; Manukau Institute of Technology, School of Visual Art,
              Otara, Auckland.
              Workshop Facilitator; Whitireia Polytechnic.
              Workshop Facilitator; Elam Summer School, University of Auckland.
              Workshop Facilitator; Senior College of Education, Auckland.
2000          Tutor; Elam Summer School, University of Auckland.
              Contributor; Daughters’ Education Programme.
              Contributor; New Zealand auction to benefit youth in Thailand. Workshop
              Facilitator; Senior College of Education.
              Workshop teacher; Tairawhiti Polytechnic, Gisborne.
2001          Tutor; Elam Summer School, University of Auckland.
              Workshop Facilitator; Senior College of Education, Auckland.
              Summer Workshop Facilitator; Centre for Continuing Education, University
              of Auckland.
              Tutor, Corban Estate Arts Centre, Auckland.
              Speaker; Women Out West (WOW), Waitakeres, Auckland.
              Part-time Tutor; Whitiriea Polytech, Porirua.
2004          Tutor; UCol Summer Arts School, Wanganui. Part-time Tutor. Whitireia
              Community Polytechnic. Two months
              Fulltime artist-in-residence; NMIT School of Art and Design and The Suter
              Art Gallery, Nelson. (three months).
2005          Speaker: Dunedin Polytechnic “Art and Faith” seminar.
2007          Speaker at Waikato Art Museum Keeping Faith: religious trends in the
              Waikato



BIBLIOGRAPHY
*1974         Mitchell, Alison. ‘Some observations on the history of women artists’. A
              Survey of New Zealand Women Artists, Christchurch, Robert McDougall Art
              Gallery.
*1975         Mitchell, Alison. ‘Woman’s Art: An Exhibition of Six Women Artists
              Christchurch’, Robert McDougall Art Gallery. Includes catalogue essay
              ‘Some thoughts on woman’s art’, reprinted in Spiral 1 (1976): pp. 9-14.
              Wilson, T.L.R. ‘The feminine in art’, Christchurch Star, 9 July.
*1976         ‘Self Portrait’ 1974 Spiral 1, p.15.
1977          David, Meena. ‘When creativity means much more than art’, News
              Advertiser, 14 June.
*             Mitchell, Alison. ‘Retrospective: Olivia Spencer Bower’. Christchurch,
              Robert McDougall Art Gallery.
*             Mitchell, Alison and Heather McPherson. ‘Interview with Louise Lewis’
              Spiral 2, pp.29-43.
              Oakley, John. ‘Women’s art show trendy, but unexciting’. Christchurch Star,
              July.
              Thomas, Michael. ‘“Art” concept challenged’, The Press, n.d.




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              Thomas, Michael. ‘Rich and varied exhibition’, The Press, n.d.
              ‘Women’s art in a man’s world’ The Press, July (illus: AE as curator with a
              work in exhibition).
*1978         Eagle, Allie. ‘The Women’s Environment at the ‘77 Women’s Convention:
              The Reality 2’ Spiral 3, pp. 26-36 (illus.); and cover illustration.
*             McPherson, Heather. ‘Feminist Eye’, Broadsheet, July, Vol. 61 pp. 36-37.
*1979         Pitts, Priscilla. ‘Feminist Eye’, Broadsheet, October, Vol 73, p.35.
*             Robinson, Bruce. ‘On being a woman’, Christchurch Star, 26 April, p.11.
*1980         Women’s Gallery Wellington Opening Show, Unedited videotape Dir. Nancy
              Peterson and Carole Stewart, Auckland, Community Women’s Video, held
              at Alexander Turnbull Library and the New Zealand Film Archive.
*1981         Keir, Anna and Marian Evans. ‘Mothers’, Wellington, Women’s Gallery.
*1982         Batten, Juliet. ‘Emerging from the underground: The women’s art movement
              in New Zealand’, Spiral 5, pp. 24-28 (illus: Empathy for Rape Trial Victim:
              for judges, men and boys. For clear viewing/lie on the mattress/look
              up/WARNING!/DANGER! 1978; This Woman Died, I Care 1978).
              Eagle, Allie. ‘Untitled Sand Works’ Spiral 5, p. 51.
*1984         Eagle, Allie and Lita Barrie. Untitled audiotape. Women’s Art Archives,
              National Art Gallery Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand and
              Auckland City Art Gallery.
              ‘Women’s Art’ series, Dir. Kathy Findlay Kaleidoscope, TVNZ.
*1985         Wheeler, Jenny. ‘Radical memories’, Auckland Star, 1 May.
*1986         Batten, Juliet. ‘Allie Eagle: A survey exhibition of works on paper 1979-86’,
              Janne Land Gallery, Wellington, 18 Feb - 1 March 1986, Broadsheet, April,
              Vol. 138 pp. 46-47 (illus: Attracted and Repelled watercolour 1986).
              ‘New Zealand Women Artists’, Anne Kirker, Wellington, Reed Methuen pp.
              189, 192
*             Wedde, Ian. ‘Work with a difference’, Evening Post, 26 February.
*1988         Art New Zealand, Winter 47, p. 14 (advertisement for exhibitions at Janne
              Land and Aberhart North galleries).
              Babbage, Lisa. ‘Surveying; Paintings and Drawings by Allie Eagle, Aberhart
              North Gallery, Auckland’ Broadsheet, October, 162, pp. 35-36.
              Eagle, Allie and Joanna Paul. ‘Letters from Room to Room’, A Women’s
              Picture Book; 25 Women Artists of Aotearoa, Marian Evans, Bridie Lonie
              and Tilly Lloyd, Wellington, Government Printer, pp. 79-98; (illus).
*             ‘Faith + Works’, Palmerston North, Manawatu Art Gallery, 2 October-20
              November 7-9 (illus: ‘Calm now she reads the psalms; Summons ‘from the
              hearts on trial’ series.
*             McNamara, T J. ‘The Eagle has landed’, New Zealand Herald, 1 September
              1988 n.p. (illus: No 4 See) (Elam R/N 30669).
1989          Babbage, Lisa. ‘Strokes and Art Attacks’ Ecologies review, Broadsheet,
              November, 173 pp. 32-33.
*             Batten, Juliet. ‘Art and identity’, Culture and identity in New Zealand (eds)
              David Novitz and Bill Willmott, pp. 212-236; 221; 228.
*             Eastmond, Elizabeth. ‘Alexis Hunter: Fears/Dreams/Desires’ – a Survey
              Exhibition 1976-1988 Auckland, Auckland City Art Gallery, 31 (illus: Oh Yes
              We will We Will 1978).




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*             Pitts, Priscilla. ‘The resources of women’s art’, Art New Zealand 50, 93-95
              (illus: This Woman Died: I Care (died trying to abort herself)).
*1990         A Canterbury Perspective – 1970-1990/Nga Taonga Titiro Whakamuri I
              Roto I Waitaha, Christchurch, Robert McDougall Art Gallery 9-10 (illus:
              portrait of artist with others at CSA Exhibition 1977; Rape trial installation).
*             Eagle, Allie. ‘Olivia Spencer Bower 1906-1982; Fifty years of painting’,
              Fisher Gallery, Pakuranga, Auckland.
*             Lee, Wendy. ‘Erotic Images in the Work of Contemporary New Zealand
              Women Artists’, Masters Dissertation Thesis no. 7707-52 L482, University
              of Auckland.
*1993         ‘Art’ Metro, December, 44, (illus: Risk Alter/Image) (Elam R/N 1978).
*             Barton, Christina and Deborah Lawler-Dormer. ‘Unruly Practices’; an
              introduction to ‘A different view: 20 New Zealand women artists 1973 –
              1993’, ‘Alter/Image’; feminism and representation in New Zealand art 1973-
              1993, edited by Christina Barton and Deborah Lawler-Dormer, City Gallery,
              Wellington and Auckland City Art Gallery, 7-17 (illus: This Woman Died I
              Care , 1 1978).
*             Eagle, Allie. ‘A Painting Life; Olivia Spencer Bower and Her Circle’.
*             Sandra Coney, ‘Standing in the Sunshine; a History of New Zealand
              Women Since They Won the Vote’, Auckland, Viking pp. 276-277.
*             Eagle, Allie. ‘I’ve got a photograph…’ Women Paint the Land, Lopdell
              House, Titirangi, Auckland.
*             Kirker, Anne. ‘New Zealand Women Artists; A survey of 150 years’. (Ed.)
              Tortola, BVI, Craftsman House, pp. 175, 177, 212.
*             Regnault, Claire. ‘Goddess Imagery in Contemporary New Zealand
              Women’s Art’, University of Canterbury Thesis, Christchurch.
*             Sayle, Jane. ‘Theoretically speaking; Alter/Image in Suffrage Year’, Art New
              Zealand, Autumn, Vol. 70, pp. 49-51 (illus: Oh yes we will we will).
*             Woodhall, Kate. ‘The Importance of Christchurch in the Women’s Art
              Movement in New Zealand’, Art New Zealand, Spring, Vol. 68, pp.110-111
              (illus).
*             ‘White Camellias: A Century of Women’s Artmaking in Canterbury’,
              Christchurch, Robert McDougall Art Gallery 15, 53 (illus. Facing Ourselves
              1990).
*1994         Eagle, Allie. ‘Paintings by Derek March’, Sacrifices: Derek March, Lopdell
              House, Titirangi, Auckland.
*             McNamara, T J. Review, ‘Alter/Image’, New Zealand Herald, 27 January
              (Elam R/N 2243).
*             Zusters, Jane. ‘Allie Eagle: Artist’, Art New Zealand, Summer, Vol. 73 pp.
              53-57 (illus: Allie Eagle, North Beach, Christchurch 1977 Allie Eagle at an
              Abortion Demonstration 1978; Allie Eagle’s This Woman Died Placard used
              as Part of a Guerilla Theatre event for an Abortion Demonstration,
              Christchurch 1978, by Jane Zusters; Heritage Keys – F’aa Samoa 1986,
              Land Easements? 1000 Years of Human Habitation - Te Henga 1992,
              Hearts on Trial 1987; Self-Portrait 1974).
*1995         Eagle, Allie. ‘Life Model Drawing Charter’, Te Henga, Auckland.
*1997         Chamberlain, Claire. ‘Aspects of Modern New Zealand Art’ (Art History 7)
              Auckland, Longman 69-71 (illus: Empathy for a Rape Trial Victim 1978; This
              Woman Died: I Care 1978).
*             McNamara, T J. ‘Brightness on the edge of town’, New Zealand Herald, 11



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              September. B4 (Elam R/N 12948)
*1999         Sandra Chesterman and Carole Shepheard. ‘The Body Inscribed;
              Challenging Tradition’, Auckland, CYSSY 23, p. 38 (illus: Sleepwalking late
                th
              20 century 1996) 48.
*             Taonga Mauri; ‘Objects of our affection’, Auckland, Art Station (CD and
              inserts).
*2000         ‘A Concise History of Art in Canterbury 1850-2000’, Robert McDougall Art
              Gallery, Christchurch. Vol. 68, pp. 85-88 (illus: Rape Trial Piece 1978)
*             Mataira, Katerina. Te Heikoko (author) and Allie Eagle (illustrator), Ka
              Haere a Mereana ki Te Kura. Totika, Wellington.
*2002         Chesterman, Sandra. ‘Figure Work; the nude and life modelling in New
              Zealand art’, Otago University Press, Dunedin, pp. 96-99, 124-125 (illus:
              This Woman Died I Care; We Still Are We Still Are).
              Timoti, Rani. ‘Watercolour encapsulates Massey’s history’, Western Leader,
              28 March.
*2003         ‘The Sudden Imperative’, Lopdell House Gallery, Titirangi, Auckland.
*2004         Forman, Mark. ‘We Still Are: Painting peace in Aotearoa New Zealand’,
              Reality, June/July.
*             ‘Walking past each other’ and interview: Allie Eagle, CS News ARTS
              Quartlery issue17.
*             Allen, Wendy Grace. ‘Interview: Allie Eagle’, CS News ARTS Quarterly
              issue 18.
*             Hayman, Kamala. Main controversy: ‘The years of choice’, The Press,
              September 4. Nelson International Film Festival.
*             Ngatoko, Lavinia. ‘Sending a message through art’, Challenge Weekly.
*             Eagle, Allie and Parekowhai, Cushla. ‘A turn in the gardens, your Grace?
              Walking Past Each Other, On Location with the Bishop’, The Suter Te
              Aratoi o Whakatu, Nelson. ISBN: 0 9582396 8 1
2008          Art School: 125 years of the School of Fine Arts at the University of
              Canterbury. Exhibition at the Christchurch Art Gallery 9 Nov 2007 – 17 Feb
              2008. Curated by Lara Strongman




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