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  Professional development

Messy man If you have information to contribute about Professional Development in the Community Cultural Develoment Sector eg:

Mentorships (funded and un funded)
Professional development grants
Young and Emerging practitioners
or Fellowships
forward it to to have it published in this setion.

Current Professional Development activity on the site includes the Out There and Everywhere Young and Emerging Artists Initiative. The initiative is being run from July 2003 - July 2004. It was developed in order to acknowledge the expertise and leadership of Australian community cultural development practitioners, under 30 years of age, by the Community Cultural Develpoment Board of the Australia Council.

This section of the site is currently being reviewed. Information soon to be posted will include material about the previous Australia Council's Professional Development Initiatives icluding 'Out and About: Young and Emerging Exchange Program run a few years ago, Fellowships and Bio's from Ros Bower Award Recipients.

Stay Tuned!

Also see:
Thesis Introduction
Education & Training
Meet the Artists

  Getting Connected

Getting Connected

Download copy @

Getting Connected is a handbook for those seeking and planning mentorships in the arts industry.

As an initiative of the Youth Panel of the Australia Council, it focuses primarily on the needs of arts practitioners at the beginning of their career, or at a crossroads in their career, and their mentors in the industry.

It is also intended as a useful guide for arts organisations in the process of establishing or re-evaluating their own mentoring programs.

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