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Adelaide Fringe Inc
First Floor, 265 Rundle Street
Po Box 3242 Rundle Mall
Adelaide SA 5000
Australia
Telephone: 08 8100 2000
Fax: 08 8100 2020
Rebecca Pearce
http://www.adelaidefringe.com.au
Profile:
The Adelaide Fringe is a biennial, open access festival which is now widely acknowledged as one of the best events of its kind in the world. It celebrates and showcases what's new in the arts and in so doing creates an environment for artists and audiences to engage.
Andriani Exhibitions
14 Parasol St

Ashmore QLD 4214
Australia
Telephone: 0402 639830
Fax:
Lili Andriani
Profile:
Scultpors & Painters Exhibition - 500 artists, Australia wide, commission free, direct selling to the community, up to 10,000 people come each show, huge exposure and many sales on and after day of exhibition.

Arts Victoria
Private Bag No.1, South Melbourne VIC 3205
Level 6, 2 Kavanagh Street
Southbank Victoria 3006
Australia
Telephone: (03) 9954 5000
Fax: (03) 9686 6186
Email
http://www.arts.vic.gov.au
Profile:
A Division of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, Arts Victoria provides high quality policy advice and leadership in the implementation of the Government's arts policy.
Asialink
Sidney Myer Asia Centre, The University of Melbourne

Parkville Victoria 3010
Australia
Telephone: (03) 8344 4800
Fax: (03) 9347 1768
Email
http://www.asialink.unimelb.edu.au
Profile:
The Asialink Centre is a non-academic department of The University of Melbourne supported by the Myer Foundation and the University of Melbourne.

The Asialink Centre promotes public understanding of the countries of Asia and creates links with Asian counterparts.

Asialink enables Australians to contribute to and benefit from the dynamism of Asia through three major programs:

- Corporate and Public Programs
- Asia Education Foundation
- Arts

Asialink is a key provider of information, training and professional networks.

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.

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

Cultural Development Network
PO Box 1603

MELBOURNE VIC 3001
Australia
Telephone: 03 9658 9976
Fax: 03 9658 8436
Kim Dunphy
http://culturaldevelopment.net/
Profile:
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.
Footscray Community Arts Centre
45 Moreland Street

Footscray Victoria 3011
Australia
Telephone: 61 3 9362 8888
Fax: 61 3 9362 8866
Admin
http://www.fcarts.org.au
Profile:
Footscray Community Arts Centre, Victoria aims to:
  • Provide access to the arts for people of all ages and backgrounds in the Western Region of Melbourne
  • Support and promote the development of a diverse and vital Australian art culture in the Western Region of Melbourne
  • Encourage and facilitate high quality artistic development and innovation within a community context
  • Stimulate informed debate and promote the value of community cultural development to the broader community
  • Create opportunities for the expression of community aspirations and feelings and the use of the arts as a vehicle for social change
  • Encourage artistic excellence through high quality skills development and training
  • Interaction Drama
    44 Temple St
    Coorparoo
    Brisbane Queensland 4151
    Australia
    Telephone: 07 3324 8405
    Fax: ( )
    Chris Pye
    http://www.interactiondrama.com.au
    Profile:
    With a wealth of experience in the areas of community & youth work, theatre and counseling, Creative Director, Chris Pye applies the tools and techniques of drama to assisting people to tell their stories, explore their worlds and gain a sense of self-worth and empowerment
    Mama Viva
    PO Box 499

    Deepdene Victoria 3103
    Australia
    Telephone: 61 3 9817 5531
    Fax: 61 3 9817 3180
    Dan Stojanovich
    http://www.mamaviva.com
    Profile:
    Mama Viva celebrates being alive – We help all sorts of people experience wonders of hybrid arts involvement. ceremonies, fire theatre, large puppets and figures, spectaculars, mass events, corporate theatre, launches, pageants, creative workshops, community and children’s theatre celebrations, festivals, music, art, sculpture & all manner of orchestrated madness

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