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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).

ASHTAR FOR THEATRE PRODUCTIONS AND TRAINING
P.O.Box: 17170,

East Jerusalem Palestine 91171
Via Israel
Telephone: 00970 2 2980037
Fax: 00970 2 2960326
Maha Shihadeh - Public Relations Officer
http://www.ashtar-theatre.org
Profile:
Being the first theatre training company in Palestine, Ashtar has maintained a consistant set of aims. It seeks to confront and challenge every aspect of Palestinian society, constantly encouraging people, especially youth, to question all aspects of their daily life. By adopting creative methods that inspire audiences to 'listen as they hear, to contemplate as they see, to imagine as they reflect…' it is Ashtar's aim to make theatre an integral part of Palestinian society.

Ashtar is an innovative theatre company, continually researching and experimenting with different artistic tools and techniques. Ashtar's work falls into two main categories: the provision of drama training courses and the production of theatrical performances.

Compañía de Teatro PASMI (Pasmi Theatre Company
Nuremberg 743

San Miguel Santiago 0
CHILE
Telephone: (56 2) 310 5911
Fax: (56 2) 310 5911
Penelope Emma Glass
http://www.angelfire.com/alt/pasmi/
Profile:
Teatro PASMI was founded in 1993 by Peruvian actor and director Iván Iparraguirre and we work in “teatro popular”, the Latinamerican equivalent to community theatre. The main aim of the company is to democratise culture, that is, take theatre to people who do not have access to it. The company is based in Santiago, Chile but has toured to Perú, Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay and regional Chile The company produces issue-based shows, which include communication, cultural diversity, discrimination. For project examples go to ccd in action and search the Project Register.
Creative New Zealand
Old Public Trust Building, 131-135 Lambton Quay
PO Box 3806
Wellington 0
New Zealand
Telephone: (04) 473 0880
Fax: (04) 471 2865
Email
http://www.creativenz.govt.nz/main.html
Profile:
Creative New Zealand is a government organisation responsible for developing the arts in New Zealand. Established as a crown entity under the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa Act 1994, Creative New Zealand's funding comes from Government through Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage and the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board. Our governing body is the Arts Council and our funding decision-making bodies are the Arts Board, Te Waka Toi (our Maori arts board) and the Pacific Arts Committee.

Creative New Zealand's strategic plan for 2001-2004 recognises the central role New Zealand arts and artists play in society and their contribution to the nation's wellbeing. We achieve our work through funding programmes, special initiatives, advocacy, partnerships, responsive service and positive relationships.

Evelyn Roth Festival Arts
105 Gulf Parade

Maslin Beach South Australia 5170
Australia
Telephone: (08) 8327 0196
Fax: (08) 8372 0156
Evelyn Roth and John Davis
http://www.evelynroth.com
Profile:
Childrens' entertainment - Produce fabric inflatable story theatres which hold the story teller and up to 90 children inside as well as character costumes (animals, birds, insects) which become an event titled 'Nylon Zoo'. Produce ecological interactive mazes and provide all required staff.

Evelyn Roth, the community artist who developed this work, is available for community residency and workshops in fabric arts, wearable art and dance.

Forum for Culture and Human Development
823/A, Khilgaon

Dhaka 1219
Bangladesh
Telephone: 880-2-7216270
Fax: 880-2-7217033
Sultan Muhammad Razzak,Ph.D
http://culturalforum.virtualactivism.net/
Profile:
Forum for Culture and Human Development (FCHD) is a cultural networking organization work for promoting Culture, Humanity and Development. FCHD believe culture is the key of sustainable development. Therefore, cultural approach of development is the effective and essential issue of present time.
At present around 200 community based organizations are working in Bangladesh as the member of this network.
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
The Communication Initiative
5148 Polson Terrace

Victoria British Colombia 0
Canada
Telephone: (250) 658-6372
Fax: (250) 658-1728
Deborah Heimann
http://www.comminit.com
Profile:
A partnership of development organisations seeking to support advances in the effectiveness and scale of communication interventions for positive international development. The CI strategy includes providing real-time information on communication and development experiences and thinking, facilitating horizontal linkages between people engaged in communication action, offering peer commentary on programmes and strategies, and taking opportunities to promote strategic thinking on communication and development issues and problems.

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