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ATSI Arts Katherine
Rm J19, 19 Second St
PO Box 1741
Katherine NT 851
Australia
Telephone: 08 8971 0928
Fax: 08 8971 3300

Profile:
ATSI Arts Katherine supports artists and arts activities for Aboriginal people through out the Katherine region. We work in town and in communities with a variety of artforms, in traditional ways, contemporary ways and everything in between.
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.

Contact Inc
Level 1 / 301 Brunswick St
PO Box 731
Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
Australia
Telephone: 07 3257 2211
Fax: 07 3257 2311
Debra York
http://www.contact.org.au
Profile:
Contact Inc is an innovative youth centred organisation, which through social justice principles embraces a diversity of cultures to support and develop young people's cultural work.

Contact's pivotal ethos is The Third Place: the creation of a space where cultures can safely and meaningfully meet.

Darwin Theatre Company Inc.
Frog Hollow Centre for the Arts
56 Mc Minn St
Darwin NT 800
Australia
Telephone: (08) 8924 4184
Fax: (08) 8924 4188
Kellie Nicol – General Manager
http://www.darwintheatrecompany.com.au
Profile:
Established in 1957, Darwin Theatre Company is a locally and nationally funded organisation, with a reputation for producing high quality theatre productions. Through a programme of new work, contemporary adaptations, play readings and workshops DTC seeks to reflect and enhance the cultural and creative aspirations of the Darwin community.
Nunga IT
Nunga IT, Parks Health Service
Trafford Street
Angle Park South Australia 5010
Australia
Telephone: ( 08 ) 243 5611
Fax: ( 08 ) 83474221
Damian Amamoo
http://www.nungait.org.au
Profile:
Nunga IT is an Aboriginal Web Design project based at the Parks Health Service for young people aged 12 to 18 years.
SpinFXAustralia
SpinFX Australia
PO Box 3252
Port Adelaide South Australia 5015
Australia
Telephone: 08 8447 2345
Fax: 08 8240 3119
Bob Daly
Profile:
Bob Daly and Kalyna Flowerpott are community artists with more than 20 years of creating visual and performing events and spectaculars with individual artists, schools and communities in Australia and Pakistan. As directors and designers, they have develped a strong relationship with rural communties and aboriginal communities in particular. They have staged large festivals and events, outdoor, musical concerts and parades. They are currently working on several projects including Somersault - working with people with experience of a disability, 2 Eyre Peninsula town Festivals, Silk Stories and the Adelaide Festival Fringe opening Parade '04.

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