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  1.   in other words...

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in other words… presents newly developed work by eleven South Australian artists alongside the work of fourteen individuals who practice crafts specific to their ethnic heritage.

Craftsouth: Centre for Contemporary Craft& Design
Posted: 13 October 2006
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  2.   Facing Australia:The National Photographic Portrait Project

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Facing Australia creates composite male and female photographic portraits based on current Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) census data. Facing Australia puts a face to the numbers, a face to the place.

Murray Ats Inc.
Posted: 27 March 2006
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  3.   2006 Smarter Than Smoking Creative Challenge - The Bike Lab

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We need artists for the 2006 Smarter Than Smoking Creative Challenge, the flagship CCD regional residency program from AWESOME Arts Australia. If you are looking for a challenge and an incredible artistic experience in remote Western Australia, read on...

Awesome Arts Australia Ltd
Posted: 27 March 2006
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  4.   O HAPPY DAY! Postcards for Happiness

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O HAPPY DAY! Postcards for Happiness is a national art competition held to support depressioNet, a web based 24 hour help & information service for people suffering from depression.

Six winning entries were chosen from over 100 illustrations submitt

Posted: 27 March 2006
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  5.   Commedia dell'Arte & Comic Acting Workshops

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The Commedia dell'Arte & Comic Acting Workshop!
Lead by Corinna Di Niro & Alessandro Gavello
(graduates from the Antonio Fava schools, Italy)

Posted: 10 February 2006
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Discovering Cultural Connections in Spain
In February Granollers Council in Spain are hosting a conference to discuss the topics of involving city administrations into CCD process as well as organising successful fundraising. Two speakers from Australia, Jane Gronow National Project Officer for and Artwork Magazine and Georgie Davill, Training and Development Coordinator from Community Arts Network South Australia will be speaking at the conference to talk about different concepts of community and which different art forms can successfully be employed for CCD processes. Join with them on their journey through Spain, journalling thoughts ideas and interactions.
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If you have an up and coming Conference or information about previous conferences, consider entering your information on this forum to spread the word.
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Artwork Issue 62 - 3D Symposium – Discuss – Document – Disseminate.
3D, a symposium of artists working with communities, to develop an overview of current practices and discuss issues of development: community; professional and creative. Produced in collaboration with the National Editorial Committee and the 3D editorial team, this issue of artwork attempts to articulate and extend some of the discussions that took place, and the recommendations made during the 3D Symposium.
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  Latest ccd organisations

Rounded Circles Theatre CO - RCTC
Lot 3, Oak Forest Road
Green Forest Est
Telephone: 07 4093 8810
Fax: 07 4093 8810
Amy Losiak
RCTC is committed to developing professional opportunity and innovative and contemporary theatre projects in the Mareeba Shire of FNQ. RCTC seeks to close the gap between the regions and the wider industry, developing emerging artists, offering employment for professional artists, and creating a voice for the region by the creative development of new collaborative works. RCTC believes in the third space, where age, gender, and race form no boundaries but are celebrated through the development and creation of theatre.
Cultural Development Network
PO Box 1603

Telephone: 03 9658 9976
Fax: 03 9658 8436
Kim Dunphy
We're an independent non-profit group that links communities, artists and local government councils across Victoria. We advocate a stronger role for participatory arts and cultural expression to build a healthier, more engaged and sustainable society. We're committed to the principles of community cultural development and affirmative action for marginalised communities. We aim to elevate and embed the appreciation of culture and community-based arts into public life at the local level. To this end, we represent the needs and views of the community cultural development sector in country Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne to government.
Australian Festival Guide
PO BOX 612

Cottlesloe, PERTH 6911
Telephone: 0422 052 240
Fax: (08) 9313 1069
Managing Editor - CATHERINE EVANS
Site under construction
Australian Festival Guide provides a listing service for festival holders. We are currently in the process of compiling a comprehensive database of listings which in turn will make up the content for our website. The website will be updated on a weekly basis allowing for changes in the festival program. The website is a portal of information on festivals for potential patrons and thus assists in the promotion of the involved artists/performers and community at large.
Arts Nexus
PO Box 4995

Cairns Queensland 4870
Telephone: 07 4051 4433
Fax: 07 4051 4244
Eve Stafford
Based in Cairns, Far North Queensland, we are a non profit, member driven, regional arts development organisation providing infrastructure support for the arts, cultural and entertainment sector in FNQ. Working across artforms, we offer a connection for visual artists, craftspeople, musicians, dancers, performers, entertainers, writers, poets, photographers, film-makers and the culturally aware.
PO Box 435

Liverpool NSW 1871
Telephone: (02)9601 3788
Fax: (02)9601 1398
Liverpool Migrant Resource Centre is an independent community organisation assisting migrants and refugees with information and referrals on settlement issues, including: recognition of overseas qualifications, artistic development, multicultural playgroups, face-to-face assistance, English classes, etc. We have information in different community languages and can offer you service in your own language through bilingual workers and interpreters. Languages include Arabic, Bosnian, Samoan, Spanish, Vietnamese, Sudanese, Philipino, Croatian, and Assyrian. The LMRC philosophy to always look toward encouragement of community harmony, community participation, and equal rights to all individuals is our daily motto.

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