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Arts and Recreation Training ACT
PO Box 992, Civic Square ACT 2608
Level 1, North Building, Londo Circuit
Civil Square ACT 2608
Australia
Telephone: (02) 6247 1882
Fax: (02) 6247 8859
Email
Profile:
No profile available.
Arts Industry Training Board Tasmania
PO Box 547

North Hobart Tasmania 7002
Australia
Telephone: (03) 6234 9422
Fax: (03) 6234 9423
Email
Profile:
No profile available.
Arts Training Queensland
PO Box 1028

New Farm Queensland 4005
Australia
Telephone: (07) 3254 1355
Fax: (07) 3254 1366
Email
http://www.atq.com.au
Profile:
No profile available.
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.

ASHTAR FOR THEATRE PRODUCTIONS AND TRAINING
P.O.Box: 17170,

East Jerusalem Palestine 91171
Via Israel
Telephone: 00970 2 2980037
Fax: 00970 2 2960326
Maha Shihadeh - Public Relations Officer
http://www.ashtar-theatre.org
Profile:
Being the first theatre training company in Palestine, Ashtar has maintained a consistant set of aims. It seeks to confront and challenge every aspect of Palestinian society, constantly encouraging people, especially youth, to question all aspects of their daily life. By adopting creative methods that inspire audiences to 'listen as they hear, to contemplate as they see, to imagine as they reflect…' it is Ashtar's aim to make theatre an integral part of Palestinian society.

Ashtar is an innovative theatre company, continually researching and experimenting with different artistic tools and techniques. Ashtar's work falls into two main categories: the provision of drama training courses and the production of theatrical performances.

Australian Institute of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)
Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT
GPO Box 553
Canberra ACT 2601
Australia
Telephone: (02) 6246 1111
Fax: (02) 6261 4285
Corporate Services
http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/
Profile:
AIATSIS is an independent Commonwealth Government statutory authority devoted to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies. It is Australia's premier institution for information about the cultures and lifestyles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

AIATSIS is governed by a Council of nine members, four elected by the Institute's membership and five members, who must be Aboriginal persons or Torres Strait Islanders appointed by the Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs.

A staff of approximately 70 people, directed by the Principal, engages in a range of activities of interest to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, scholars and the general public.

AIATSIS research staff conduct high-quality research and also administer research grants for projects approved by the Council.

Our award-winning in-house publisher, Aboriginal Studies Press, publishes an extensive array of books, cassettes and CDs, films and videos, reports, and the Institute's journal, Australian Aboriginal Studies.

Our Library holds the world's most extensive collections of printed, audio, and visual materials on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander topics. These materials are used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, researchers, museums, galleries, and many others, including the general public.

AIATSIS staff can be consulted about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies by contacting us, or by arranging to visit us in our new building at Acton Peninsula in Canberra.

Australian Music Centre
PO Box N690, Grosvenor Place NSW 1220
Level 4, The Arts Exchange, 18 Hickson Rd
The Rocks New South Wales 2000
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9247 4677
Fax: (02) 9241 2873
Email
http://www.amcoz.com.au
Profile:
The Australian Music Centre was established in 1974 to facilitate and encourage the performance and understanding of music by Australian composers throughout the world. The Centre has grown to become the leading provider of information, publications and scores relating to Australian music. It is also a member of the International Association of Music Information Centres (IAMIC), a worldwide network of forty organisations in thirty-six countries promoting new music, and co-operates with the Association on issues of common concern.

Barking Gecko
Subiaco Theatre Centre
180 Hamersly Road
Subiaco WA Western Australia 5008
Australia
Telephone: (08 ) 93882611
Fax: ( 08 ) 9382 4573
Beverley Growden - General Manager
http://www.barkinggecko.com.au
Profile:
Barking Gecko Theatre Company is Western Australia's premier professional theatre company creating and presenting 'inspirational, provocative and delightful' theatre for young people aged 5-17 years.

First established in 1991 Barking Gecko Theatre company now has as international reputation for excellence and innovation. The company reaches more than 80,000 young people and their families each year through its range of programs including:

- Public Performances
- Schools Touring
- Schools-In Theatre performances
- Regional, National and International touring, collaboration and exchange
- Theatre Workshops - in school, after school and during school holidays
- Writing projects for young people
- Community Theatre programs
- Other participation programs for young people.

'I think it's the best childrens theatre company in the world and I am extremely proud to be its patron. It is not only the quality of its productions but the messages you portray which are so important for young people today'.
Professor Fiona Stanley
AC MSc MD FFPHM FRACP FRACOG FASSA Hon DSc, Company Patron

CCD nsw
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.

CHARTTES Training Advisory Council
PO Box 359, Darwin NT 0801
Level 2, Darwin Plaza, Smith Street Mall
Darwin Northern Territory 800
Australia
Telephone: (08) 8941 1956
Fax: (08) 8941 1982
Email
http://www.charttes.com.au
Profile:
In 2001 the organisations of CREATE Nothern Territory and the Northern Territory Tourisim Traning Board merged to form CHARTTES Training Advisory Council.
We are responsible for the provision of industry representation in the development and implementation of accredited training across our industry sectors.

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