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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.
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.

LIVERPOOL MIGRANT RESOURCE CENTRE
PO Box 435

Liverpool NSW 1871
Australia
Telephone: (02)9601 3788
Fax: (02)9601 1398
FARZIN YEKTA
http://www.lmrc.org.au
Profile:
Liverpool Migrant Resource Centre is an independent community organisation assisting migrants and refugees with information and referrals on settlement issues, including: recognition of overseas qualifications, artistic development, multicultural playgroups, face-to-face assistance, English classes, etc. We have information in different community languages and can offer you service in your own language through bilingual workers and interpreters. Languages include Arabic, Bosnian, Samoan, Spanish, Vietnamese, Sudanese, Philipino, Croatian, and Assyrian. The LMRC philosophy to always look toward encouragement of community harmony, community participation, and equal rights to all individuals is our daily motto.
Marion Youth Theatre
Cooinda Adult Recreation Centre
Cnr. Diagonal and Sturt Road
Sturt SA 5047
Australia
Telephone: (08) 8387 5051
Fax: ( )
Julie d'Lima
Profile:
Youth Theatre Workshops for ages 5 - 17 years in Marion South Australia, providing drama skills in theatre, film and mutlimedia with self devised productions based on local youth concerns, issues and interests. Workshops are conducted weekly throughout school terms and specialised workshops are run as school holiday programs. Projects include regular individual youth participants and group participants from youth organisations throughout periods of assisted project funding.
Moreland Community Health Service - Y-GLAM Performing Arts Project
Y-GLAM Performing Arts Project
21 Victoria Street
Coburg VICTORIA 3056
AUSTRALIA
Telephone: (03) 93559978
Fax: (03) 9355 9993
Jemma Mead and Vicky Guglielmo
http://www.mchs.org.au
Profile:
Y-GLAM Performing Arts Project is open to young people aged 14-25 years from the northern region of Melbourne who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and/or queer who want to create theatre works in a safe and supportive environment. Y-GLAM aims to raise community awareness by staging theatre works written and performed by young people.
North Richmond Community Health Centre
23 Lennox St

Richmond Vic 3121
Australia
Telephone: 03 9420 1340
Fax: ( 03 ) 9428 2269
Rosalie Hastwell - Arts and Culture Program Manager
Profile:

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.
Platform Youth Theatre
The City of Darebin
PO Box 91
Preston Victoria 3072
Australia
Telephone: (03 ) 92304376
Fax: (03 ) 9476606
Kath Melbourne
www.pyt.org.au
Profile:
Platfrom Youth Theatre strives to create art of high calibre via a positive and empowering process. Platforms is a youth theatre for those aged 16 - 26 yrs who want to be involved in all aspects of the performing arts process. P.Y.T. is inclusive of those coping with socio-economic and/or physical disandvantages and endevours to remove barriers they may encounter in taking part. P.Y.T. is a youth theatre that values the ideas and creative talents of young people and acknowledges their diversity.
Restless Dance Company
240 Franklin Street

Adelaide SA 5000
Australia
Telephone: 08 8212 8495
Fax: 08 8212 4450
Kat Worth
http://www.restlessdance.org
Profile:
Restless Dance Company is one of Australia’s leading dance companies, working with young people with and without a disability to create dance theatre and run workshop programs which are stunning and inspiring. People with a disability are powerful, expressive and distinctive performers, creating beautiful and dynamic dance theatre. The dancers’ skills are complemented by those of musicians, set, costume and lighting designers, to ensure that the performance is supported by high production values. New works are planned each year. The company also takes productions on tour in South Australia and interstate.
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

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