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Arts Tasmania
GPO Box 771, Hobart TAS 7001
Level 8, 22 Elizabeth Street
Hobart Tasmania 7000
Australia
Telephone: (03) 6233 7308
Fax: (03) 6233 5555
Email
http://www.arts.tas.gov.au
Profile:
Arts Tasmania forms part of the Department of Tourism, Parks, Heritage and the Arts.

Arts Tasmania encompasses both the Departmental functions of the State arts agency and Secretariat functions for the Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board in its peer assessment and policy development roles.

Arts Tasmania has responsibility for the development of integrated policy and planning for arts and culture in Tasmania.

Canberra Youth Theatre
PO Box 127
Gorman House Arts Centre, Batman St, Braddon
Civic Square ACT 2608
Australia
Telephone: (02) 62485057
Fax: (02) 62485733
Linda McHugh
http://www.cytc.net
Profile:
Canberra Youth Theatre is the longest established youth theatre in Australia with a high profile and an unequalled reputation in theatre creation. Since 1972 the company has been a feature of Canberra's Arts industry, contributing to Canberra's cultural climate and development by meeting the needs of the region's young people in the field of performing arts and satisfying to appetites of a range of audiences.
NT Writers’ Centre
Frog Hollow Centre for the Arts, 56 McMinn St
PO Box 2255
Darwin NT 801
Australia
Telephone: 8 8941 2651
Fax: 8 8941 2115
Finley Smith
http://www.ntwriters.com.au
Profile:
The Centre supports and promotes NT writers and literature, offering a diverse program of activities and services including seminars; workshops; performance events; manuscript appraisals; publication opportunities; mentoring; a monthly newsletter 'Write Turn'; a borrowing and resource library; a bookshop featuring Northern Territory publications; and an annual Writers' Festival - WordStorm.
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.
Regional Arts NSW
Pier 5, Hickson Road

Millers Point New South Wales 2000
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9247 8577
Fax: (02) 9247 7829
Email
http://www.regionalartsnsw.com.au
Profile:
Regional Arts NSW is the peak body for the arts and community cultural development in regional and rural NSW.

We are the secretariat for the NSW Regional Arts Boards (RABs) and committees and their Regional Arts Development Officers (RADOs) from across the state.

Regional Arts NSW provides leadership and support both to our network and to other stakeholders in the arts in regional and rural New South Wales through a number of vital programs, grants and services including:
- a communications program to nurture connections and share ideas across vast distances;
- a range of promotional activities to engender a sense of pride in and increase the profile of regional arts in New South Wales;
- an Indigenous cultural development program to promote the development of self-determined approaches to Indigenous cultural expression in regional NSW;
- a raft of benchmark projects in the fields of audience development, collaborative marketing and cultural mapping, to provide a basis for sustainable cultural development in the state; and
- a variety of grants – from seed funding for one-off community projects to major commitments to two to three year projects – to sustain and grow the regional arts sector in New South Wales.

SA Recreation and Arts Industry Training Advisory Board
PO Box 248, Kent Town SA 5071
5-9 Rundle Street
Adelaide South Australia 5001
Australia
Telephone: (08) 8363 5255
Fax: (08) 8363 4141
Email
http://www.sarat.asn.au
Profile:
Industry Training Advisory Boards (ITABs) are a key part of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system in Australia. ITABs work with industry, governments and training organisations to improve training arrangements for their industry sector. National and State/Territory ITABs are independent, incorporated associations and are endorsed by Commonwealth and State/Territory Ministers. Resources are provided to ITABs by their industries, the State Training Authorities and the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) to assist them to carry out their work. ITABs are the critical link between industry and government in an industry led training system. Information is collected through close contact and consultation with industry (see Structure). ITABs also keep industry informed of government initiatives with regards to vocational education and training through newsletters, websites and contact with key stakeholders (see Board members, Standing Committees and Industry Reference Groups). Other roles and functions of ITABs include promotion of the National Training Framework, as set by the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA); assistance with the development of National Industry Training Packages through coordination of state/territory level industry consultations; and advising on industry requirements in the development of accredited courses through Course Advisory Panels (CAPs).

South Australian Recreation and Arts Training (SARAT) is the ITAB for the recreation and arts industries in South Australia, which encompass a large and extremely diverse range of employment sectors, including:
- Community, Indigenous, Multicultural & Youth Arts
- Entertainment
- Film, Television, Radio & Audio
- Heritage: Museums & Libraries
- Performing Arts: Dance, Music & Acting
- Writing & Publishing
- Multimedia
- Visual Arts, Crafts & Design
- Community Recreation
- Fitness
- Outdoor Recreation
- Sport

Shopfront Youth Health and Information Service
Shop 3-4
72 John Street
Salisbury South Australia 5108
Australia
Telephone: 08 8281 1775
Fax: 08 8285 7159
Carolyn Hood
Profile:
Shopfront offers counselling, groups, community development projects, free pregnancy testing and free condoms to young people aged 12-25 years. There is also a Clean Needle Program and visiting services such as Shine SA, a youth lawyer and an alternative education program. Various resources also available for sale to other service providers
Youth Arts Queensland
Level 1, 381 Brunswick Street

Fortitude Valley Queensland 4006
Australia
Telephone: (07) 3252 5115
Fax: (07) 3252 5115
Program Manager
http://www.youtharts.au.com
Profile:
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