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ABC - Radio Regional Production Fund
GPO Box 9994, Sydney NSW 2001
Level 3, 700 Harris Street
Ultimo New South Wales 2007
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9333 2605
Fax: (02) 9333 2603

Profile:
No profile available.
Arts Mid North Coast Inc
C/- Coffs Harbour Education Campus
Hogbin Dve
Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Australia
Telephone: ( 02 ) 66593360
Fax: ( 02 66593351 )
Russell Stockley
http://www.artsmidnorthcoast.org
Profile:
Arts Mid North Coast aims to engage with all relevant sectors of the regional community to promote, facilitate and advocate for arts and cultural development across the Mid North region.
Arts Training NSW
Suite 5, Level 1
418A Elizabeth Street
Surry Hills New South Wales 2010
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9211 3444
Fax: (02) 9211 7944
Email
http://www.artstrainingnsw.com.au
Profile:
No profile available.
Australian Music Centre
PO Box N690, Grosvenor Place NSW 1220
Level 4, The Arts Exchange, 18 Hickson Rd
The Rocks New South Wales 2000
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9247 4677
Fax: (02) 9241 2873
Email
http://www.amcoz.com.au
Profile:
The Australian Music Centre was established in 1974 to facilitate and encourage the performance and understanding of music by Australian composers throughout the world. The Centre has grown to become the leading provider of information, publications and scores relating to Australian music. It is also a member of the International Association of Music Information Centres (IAMIC), a worldwide network of forty organisations in thirty-six countries promoting new music, and co-operates with the Association on issues of common concern.

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
1 Casula Rd
PO Box 190
Casula NSW 2170
Australia
Telephone: 02 98241121
Fax: 02 9821 4273
Reception Desk
http://www.casulapowerhouse.com
Profile:
The Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is located on the banks on the Georges River within the City of Liverpool. The Centre was originally redeveloped from a 1950s Power Station to become a contemporary multi-arts facility. Included in the development is unique pubic art works that embrace a philosophy of both heritage and contemporary design and an artist-in-residency program. The Centre has quickly established itself as a leading community cultural development organisation. Currently, the Centre produces one hundred percent of its own exhibitions, public programs and special events. This has seen the development of a National Touring Program that has reached every metropolitan and regional city in Australia, with landmark projects such as VietNam Voices, Cyber Cultures and Shanghai Star.

In July 1999 the Casula Powerhouse assumed the management of the Collingwood Precinct, which includes Collingwood House (c.1810) and the Liverpool Regional Museum located on the side of the infamous Hume Highway just south of Liverpool. The Museum has a permanent exhibition depicting Liverpool in the 19th Century, titled Liverpool Stories and a dynamic temporary exhibition program that is committed to the presentation of environmental, heritage and social issues within South-west Sydney. The Liverpool Regional Museum has also established a touring program which has seen the tour of project such as ‘Aunty Nance'.

The Casula Powerhouse and the Liverpool Regional Museum pro-actively acquires, conserves, researches, displays and interprets the region, through an innovative approach to community, contemporary art, environment and heritage to examine issues locally and globally.

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The Gate House
Building E, 1 Herb Elliot Dve
Sydney Olympic Park New South Wales 2127
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9764 6588
Fax: (02) 9764 6288
Email
http://www.ccdnsw.org
Profile:
CCDNSW is committed to advocacy, networking, facilitation and training in community arts in NSW, with particular focus on:

GEOGRAPHIC - CCDNSW provides services to members across NSW. Our Programs, however, focus on servicing community artworkers, communities and their cultural activities in an area encompassing the Lower Hunter and Central Coast, Western Sydney and the Illawarra.

PRACTICE - CCDNSW is interested in community based arts activities which ensure vibrant community culture through real community control and direction of activities.

PROGRAMS - CCDNSW will operate two key programs. They are a Cultural and Linguistic Diversity and an Indigenous Program.

TRAINING - CCDNSW will offer an upgraded Certificate IV and a new Diploma Course in Community Cultural Development from 2002.

PUBLICATIONS - CCDNSW produces 5 Bulletins per year, and collaborates on the production of ARTWORK a critical National journal on CCD activity.

DADAA National Network
c/- Accessible Arts
Pier 4, The Wharf, Hickson Rd
Walsh Bay New South Wales 2000
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9251 6844
Fax: (02) 9251 6422
Email
http://www.dadaanat.net.au
Profile:
DADAA stands for Disability in the Arts, Disadvantage in the Arts Australia. DADAA is the peak body for arts and disability, arts and disadvantage in Australia.DADAA aims to achieve equal access to the arts for all Australians.
each2each
GPO Box 980

Sydney New South Wales 2001
Australia
Telephone: 0408 402 677
Fax:
Richard Seymour
http://www.each2each.com.au
Profile:
each2each is dedicated to bringing original murals and illustrations by commission to your wall, your media publication or your private collection.

We are experienced public and community arts practitioners. each2each also specialises in strategic marketing and business development.

Hastings Council
PO Box 84

Port Macquarie NSW 2444
Australia
Telephone: 02 6581 811
Fax: 02 6581 8717
Janet Cohen, Cultural planner
http://www.hastings.nsw.gov.au/CityoftheArts/home/index.html
Profile:
Hastings Council provides arts and cultural development services to artists, community organisations and individuals through its fourth City of The Arts Program, Port Macquarie Hastings Regional Gallery and sixteen cultural development and planning staff.
Horizon Theatre Company
PO Box 696 Bankstown, 1885
Cnr Canterbury Rd & King Georges Rd
Wiley-Park New South Wales 2195
Australia
Telephone: (02) 9596 5066
Fax: (02) 9596 8500
Shabnam Tavakol
http://www.horizontheatre.cjb.net/
Profile:
Horizon Theatre Company develops and implememts theatre in all its aspects including drama, puppets, masks and pantomime. It works with children and young audiences in the mediums of video, special effects, film, digital media and interactive performances. Horizon Theatre Company also runs workshops and training.

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