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Arts for Health Research Centre
7 Naas Road

Tharwa ACT 2620
Australia
Telephone: (02) 623 7 5117
Fax: (02) 6237 5144
Marily Cintra
http://www.placemaking.com.au
Profile:
The Arts for Health Research Centre is a not-for-profit organization established with the aim of advancing the knowledge and practice of art and cultural activities and its links to quality of life.

The Arts for Health Research Centre runs programs and projects in partnership with health, education and community organizations and services. The projects include cultural planning, public art planning and its implementation as well as on going programs.

In 2002/2003 the AHRC coordinated programs in South Western Sydney Area Health Service, Central Coast Health, Hunter Health and Wentworth Health Service. It applied Post Occupancy Evaluation in John Hunter Hospital and Fairfield Health Service.

The AHRC organized and sponsored Synergy: Arts, Health and Design World Symposium (Sydney, Feb 2003).

Arts Mid North Coast Inc
C/- Coffs Harbour Education Campus
Hogbin Dve
Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Australia
Telephone: ( 02 ) 66593360
Fax: ( 02 66593351 )
Russell Stockley
http://www.artsmidnorthcoast.org
Profile:
Arts Mid North Coast aims to engage with all relevant sectors of the regional community to promote, facilitate and advocate for arts and cultural development across the Mid North region.
Arts Nexus
PO Box 4995

Cairns Queensland 4870
Australia
Telephone: 07 4051 4433
Fax: 07 4051 4244
Eve Stafford
http://www.artnexus.com.au
Profile:
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.
Arts WA
PO Box 8349, Perth Business Centre WA 6849
Level 7, Law Chambers Building, 573 Hay Street
Perth Western Australia 6849
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9224 7300
Fax: (08) 9224 7311
Email
http://www.cultureandarts.wa.gov.au
Profile:
The Department of Culture and the Arts is committed to providing services to communities throughout the State. This is to ensure that all Western Australians have access to quality arts activities, cultural experiences and information services.

The Western Australian Museum coordinates a Museum Assistance Program (MAP) which provides services to community groups and agencies responsible for the preservation of elements of the Distributed National Collection.

The State Library of WA has a State wide brief especially in its agreement with local governments to provide books for local libraries. The Art Gallery of WA also has a regional program.

ArtsWA employs a Regional and Community Development Project Officer and Indigenous Arts Project Officer, and offers project funding for Community Cultural Development artsworkers and programs.

In addition, ArtsWA provides core and annual funding to organisations providing a range of professional services and advice to artists, communities, local government and organisations aiming to enhance their arts and cultural involvement in their community. Go straight to their websites for further information on the programs offered by each organisation.

- Community Arts Network
- Country Arts WA
- Disability in the Arts, Disadvantaged Artists In the Arts Australia (DADAA WA)
- Kulcha (Multicultural Arts of WA)

A recently launched website Citizenscape, provides a wealth of information on how to be an active citizen, how communities can engage in decision-making, along with background on citizenship, governance, democracy, human rights and other important issues. An important component of the site is a catalogue of government agency consultantions. This catalogue helps to provide citizens with access to government decison-making processes and to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to participate.

ArtSource
King Street Art Centre, 357 Murray Street

Perth Western Australia 6000
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9226 2122
Fax: (08) 9226 2180
Email
http://www.artsource.net.au
Profile:
ArtSource, The Artists Agency of WA promotes the work of Western Australian artists, to create employment for registered artists. Working as a referral agency for artists, ArtSource's aim is to increase professional opportunities for Western Australian arts practitioners.

ArtSource is a service provided by The Artists Foundation of Western Australia Ltd.

Australia Council CCDB
372 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, 2010
PO Box 788, Strawberry Hills, 2012
Strawberry Hills New South Wales 2012
Australia
Telephone: 1800 226 912
Fax: ( 02 ) 9215 9111
Admin
http://www.ozco.gov.au/ccd/about.html
Profile:
The Australia Council Community Cultural Development Board (CCDB) is committed to ensuring access to, and participation in, the arts for all Australians. Applications are encouraged from communities and artists who have restricted access to cultural development opportunities as a result of geographical, social or economic factors.

The Board supports activities in all artforms and in communities across Australia, and supports international activities where there are genuine community cultural development benefits. Applications for international activities can be made to any of the Board's grants categories.

The Board offers assistance to individual artists and artsworkers for professional development opportunities that strengthen their leadership role in the arts and community sectors. Each year the Board also offers the Ros Bower Award in recognition of outstanding and sustained individual contribution to the progression of community cultural development practice.

Browns Mart Community Arts Inc.
Cnr Smith Street & Harry Chan Avenue
PO Box 2429
Darwin Northern Territory 801
Australia
Telephone: ( 08 ) 8981 5522
Fax: ( 08 ) 8941 3222
Admin
http://www.brownsmart.com.au
Profile:
Brown's Mart Community Arts provides a supportive framework to enable individuals and communities in the Northern Territory to express, celebrate and reflect their identity and concerns through the arts and to experience a range of quality arts activities.
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
1 Casula Rd
PO Box 190
Casula NSW 2170
Australia
Telephone: 02 98241121
Fax: 02 9821 4273
Reception Desk
http://www.casulapowerhouse.com
Profile:
The Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is located on the banks on the Georges River within the City of Liverpool. The Centre was originally redeveloped from a 1950s Power Station to become a contemporary multi-arts facility. Included in the development is unique pubic art works that embrace a philosophy of both heritage and contemporary design and an artist-in-residency program. The Centre has quickly established itself as a leading community cultural development organisation. Currently, the Centre produces one hundred percent of its own exhibitions, public programs and special events. This has seen the development of a National Touring Program that has reached every metropolitan and regional city in Australia, with landmark projects such as VietNam Voices, Cyber Cultures and Shanghai Star.

In July 1999 the Casula Powerhouse assumed the management of the Collingwood Precinct, which includes Collingwood House (c.1810) and the Liverpool Regional Museum located on the side of the infamous Hume Highway just south of Liverpool. The Museum has a permanent exhibition depicting Liverpool in the 19th Century, titled Liverpool Stories and a dynamic temporary exhibition program that is committed to the presentation of environmental, heritage and social issues within South-west Sydney. The Liverpool Regional Museum has also established a touring program which has seen the tour of project such as ‘Aunty Nance'.

The Casula Powerhouse and the Liverpool Regional Museum pro-actively acquires, conserves, researches, displays and interprets the region, through an innovative approach to community, contemporary art, environment and heritage to examine issues locally and globally.

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The Gate House
Building E, 1 Herb Elliot Dve
Sydney Olympic Park New South Wales 2127
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9764 6588
Fax: (02) 9764 6288
Email
http://www.ccdnsw.org
Profile:
CCDNSW is committed to advocacy, networking, facilitation and training in community arts in NSW, with particular focus on:

GEOGRAPHIC - CCDNSW provides services to members across NSW. Our Programs, however, focus on servicing community artworkers, communities and their cultural activities in an area encompassing the Lower Hunter and Central Coast, Western Sydney and the Illawarra.

PRACTICE - CCDNSW is interested in community based arts activities which ensure vibrant community culture through real community control and direction of activities.

PROGRAMS - CCDNSW will operate two key programs. They are a Cultural and Linguistic Diversity and an Indigenous Program.

TRAINING - CCDNSW will offer an upgraded Certificate IV and a new Diploma Course in Community Cultural Development from 2002.

PUBLICATIONS - CCDNSW produces 5 Bulletins per year, and collaborates on the production of ARTWORK a critical National journal on CCD activity.

Community Arts Network SA Inc.
234 Sturt St

Adelaide South Australia 5000
Australia
Telephone: (08) 8231 0900
Fax: (08) 8231 0977
Jane Gronow
http://www.cansa.on.net
Profile:
CAN SA is the peak body for community arts and is the principal source of community cultural development, information, advice and support services in South Australia.

A not for profit, membership based organisation, CAN is managed by a Board of Management elected from the membership annually. The day to day management of the organisation is undertaken by a dedicated staff team.

A community based organisation, CAN builds long term partnerships with other community sectors such as local government, health, housing, youth, and disability, where the use of the arts is seen as an effective development tool.

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