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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

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.
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.

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.
DADA (ACT)
19 Gorman House Arts Centre
Ainslie Avenue
Braddon ACT 2612
Australia
Telephone: (02) 6230 6505
Fax: (02) 6247 7739
Email
Profile:
No profile available
Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts
GPO Box 2154, Canberra ACT 2601
38 Sydney Avenue
Forrest ACT 2603
Australia
Telephone: (02) 6271 1000
Fax: (02) 6271 1901

http://www.dcita.gov.au
Profile:
The Department provides strategic advice and professional support to the Australian Government on a wide range of significant and rapidly changing policy areas including:

- arts and culture
- broadcasting and online regulation
- information and communications technology
- intellectual property
- post
- sport
- telecommunications

The Department also administers legislation, regulations, grants, and incentives to industry and the wider community.

Federation of Ethnic Communities Councils of Australia
PO Box 344, Curtin ACT 2605
Unit 1, 4 Phipps Close
Deakin ACT 2600
Australia
Telephone: (02) 6282 5755
Fax: (02) 6282 5734
Email
http://www.fecca.org.au
Profile:
The Federation of Ethnic Communities' Councils of Australia (FECCA) is the peak national body which advocates for the rights and entitlements of Australians from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, while promoting Australia as a truly inclusive, multicultural society.
Museums Australia
PO Box 266, Civic Square ACT 2608
1st Floor, Mining Industry House, 218 Northbourne Ave
Braddon ACT 2608
Australia
Telephone: (02) 6208 5044
Fax: (02) 6208 5015
Email
http://www.museumsaustralia.org.au
Profile:
As the peak national association representing the museum and gallery sector, Museums Australia provides a range of professional services to members and promotes the role of museums in society, at local, regional, state and national level.

Established in 1993, Museums Australia brought together various bodies representing natural and applied science, social history, art galleries, keeping places and archives. The association is a network of state and territory branches, Special Interest Groups (S.I.G.s) and the national body. We work with members (particularly those sitting on the Council, or on committees; within the branches, and others contributing through S.I.G.s) to formulate policy initiatives and promote these to the museums of Australia.

The two primary functions of Museums Australia are advocacy to government, (informed by research and consultation) and professional practice.

We also:

- Produce a quarterly publication (museum national) through the National Office.
- Newsletters for members produced by each of the state and territory branches.
- Develop and promote professional opportunities through training, seminars and conferences.
- Administer scholarship and development opportunities for various sectors in the museum field.

PhotoAccess INC
Po Box 4059

MANUKA ACT 2603
AUSTRALIA
Telephone: 02 62957810
Fax: 02 62959130
Ed Whalan
http://www.PhotoAccess.org.au
Profile:
PhotoAccess Inc. is a non profit community photographic center and gallery. We provide access to courses, facilities and expertise through our center based in Manua ACT. Establised in 1984 PhotoAccess has been assisting amateur photographers and artists working in the photo based arts achieve their goals. The Huw Davies Gallery located in the premises, is Canberra's only dedicated photo media gallery. The center boasts a Multimedia Centre Black and white darkrooms as well as a library.
Tuggeranong Community Arts
Tuggeranong Arts Centre
Corner of Cowlishaw and Reed Streets
Tuggeranong ACT 2901
Australia
Telephone: 02 6293-1443
Fax: 02 6293-1445
Eulea Kiraly
http://www.tca.asn.au
Profile:
Tuggeranong Community Arts (TCA) is the dynamic community cultural development organisation based in the five year old Tuggeranong Arts Centre, a lively contemporary building which features an intimate theatre, dance studio, gallery, workshops and three artist studios. TCA offers a range of programs including regular art classes, specific community cultural development projects and the award-winning Messengers Youth Resilience program.

Recent ccd projects includes the Shorelines public art project, the Push and Shove boys’ bullying project and the annual Lake Tuggeranong Children’s Moon Festival. As well as initiating local programs with the community, TCA also presents a range of professional productions and exhibitions that address community issues. TCA co-produced the Australian premiere production of Via Dolorosa, recently hosted the Shanghai Star exhibition and has presented productions and workshops by Somebody’s Daughter Theatre.


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