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ABC - Radio Regional Production Fund
GPO Box 9994, Sydney NSW 2001
Level 3, 700 Harris Street
Ultimo New South Wales 2007
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9333 2605
Fax: (02) 9333 2603

Profile:
No profile available.
Access Arts
Level 1, Stores Building, Brisbane Powerhouse
119 Lamington Street
New Farm Queensland 4005
Australia
Telephone: (07) 3358 6200
Fax: (07) 3358 6211
Email
http://www.accessarts.org.au
Profile:
Access Arts Inc is a non-profit, professional arts organisation working with people experiencing disabilities and people disadvantaged by social conditions with the aim to assist them to fulfil their ambitions in the arts.
Accessible Arts
Pier 4, The Wharf, Hickson Road

Walsh Bay New South Wales 2000
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9251 6499
Fax: (02) 9251 6422
Email
http://www.aarts.net.au
Profile:
Accessible Arts is the peak arts organisation in NSW promoting creative expression and participation in arts and cultural activities by people with disabilities.This site provides information on art and disability in NSW.

Accessible Arts bridges the gap between the arts and disability communities and develops extensive contacts, networks and alliances to initiate positive dialogue and collaboration.

ACT Multicultural Council Inc.
GPO Box 349, Civic Square ACT 2608
19 Bunda Street
Canberra ACT 2600
Australia
Telephone: (02) 6249 8994
Fax: (02) 6248 6767
Email
http://www.actcommunity.org/actmc/actmc.htm
Profile:
The vision of the ACT Multicultural Council is creation of a culturally diverse and harmonious society in Canberra, as a model for the rest of Australia.

The mission of the ACT Multicultural Council is to provide a source of advocacy and representation for migrants of non-English speaking cultures which is highly relevant to their needs and circumstances, and which is dynamic enough to respond effectively to the changing social, cultural and political environment

Values:
- respect for all cultures as making a valid and valuable contribution to Australian society
- recognition and respect for cultural diversity within and between communities
- accessibility and equity in provision of services and resources.
- teamwork and shared decision making

Artists Fountation of Western Australia
PO Box 999

Fremantle Western Australia 6959
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9335 8366
Fax: (08) 9335 3886
Email
http://www.afwa.com.au
Profile:
The Artists Foundation of WA is Western Australia's leading representative visual arts body. AFWA operates as a membership organisation, providing representation, professional assistance and services to members.

AFWA acts as a voice for the visual arts community, advocating artists' rights and addressing their concerns. AFWA has five major program areas to assist artists to derive more income. Programs developed to achieve this are:

-ArtSource, the Artists Agency of WA
-AFWA Exhibition Program
-The Artist Exchange Program
-The Artist Studio Program
-Membership Benefits

Arts 'R' Access
17 Electra Place

Mornington Tasmania 7108
Australia
Telephone:
Fax:
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Profile:
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Arts Access
24 Eastern Road

South Melbourne Victoria 3205
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9699 8299
Fax: (08) 9699 7636
Email
http://www.artsaccess.com.au
Profile:
Arts Access is Victoria's peak arts and disability/disadvantage organisation. We are the Victorian DADAA organisation (Disability in the Arts, Disadvantage in the Arts, Australia).
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 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 in Action
101 Halifax Street

Adelaide South Australia 5000
Australia
Telephone: (08) 8224 0799
Fax: (08) 8224 0709
Email
http://www.artsinaction.asn.au
Profile:
Arts in Action has been at the forefront of the disability arts movement since its incorporation in 1989. As the peak disability organisation for arts and disability in South Australia we promote access and participation in the arts by all people with disabilities, and recognise that the arts have become the language of disability culture.
Arts in Action is a member of the DADAA National Network (Disability in the Arts, Disadvantage in the Arts, Australia), Australia's peak body working in Arts and Disability. Arts in Action continues to explore and build local and global networks through affiliation with national and international disability arts organisations. We also maintain regular contact with artists with disabilities from both Australia and overseas. Our aim is to facilitate voice and expression for people with disabilities.

Event planning and management is included in our services, in addition to lobbying, addressing issues of access, social interaction and equality.

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