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Artists Fountation of Western Australia
PO Box 999

Fremantle Western Australia 6959
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9335 8366
Fax: (08) 9335 3886
Email
http://www.afwa.com.au
Profile:
The Artists Foundation of WA is Western Australia's leading representative visual arts body. AFWA operates as a membership organisation, providing representation, professional assistance and services to members.

AFWA acts as a voice for the visual arts community, advocating artists' rights and addressing their concerns. AFWA has five major program areas to assist artists to derive more income. Programs developed to achieve this are:

-ArtSource, the Artists Agency of WA
-AFWA Exhibition Program
-The Artist Exchange Program
-The Artist Studio Program
-Membership Benefits

Arts WA
PO Box 8349, Perth Business Centre WA 6849
Level 7, Law Chambers Building, 573 Hay Street
Perth Western Australia 6849
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9224 7300
Fax: (08) 9224 7311
Email
http://www.cultureandarts.wa.gov.au
Profile:
The Department of Culture and the Arts is committed to providing services to communities throughout the State. This is to ensure that all Western Australians have access to quality arts activities, cultural experiences and information services.

The Western Australian Museum coordinates a Museum Assistance Program (MAP) which provides services to community groups and agencies responsible for the preservation of elements of the Distributed National Collection.

The State Library of WA has a State wide brief especially in its agreement with local governments to provide books for local libraries. The Art Gallery of WA also has a regional program.

ArtsWA employs a Regional and Community Development Project Officer and Indigenous Arts Project Officer, and offers project funding for Community Cultural Development artsworkers and programs.

In addition, ArtsWA provides core and annual funding to organisations providing a range of professional services and advice to artists, communities, local government and organisations aiming to enhance their arts and cultural involvement in their community. Go straight to their websites for further information on the programs offered by each organisation.

- Community Arts Network
- Country Arts WA
- Disability in the Arts, Disadvantaged Artists In the Arts Australia (DADAA WA)
- Kulcha (Multicultural Arts of WA)

A recently launched website Citizenscape, provides a wealth of information on how to be an active citizen, how communities can engage in decision-making, along with background on citizenship, governance, democracy, human rights and other important issues. An important component of the site is a catalogue of government agency consultantions. This catalogue helps to provide citizens with access to government decison-making processes and to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to participate.

ArtSource
King Street Art Centre, 357 Murray Street

Perth Western Australia 6000
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9226 2122
Fax: (08) 9226 2180
Email
http://www.artsource.net.au
Profile:
ArtSource, The Artists Agency of WA promotes the work of Western Australian artists, to create employment for registered artists. Working as a referral agency for artists, ArtSource's aim is to increase professional opportunities for Western Australian arts practitioners.

ArtSource is a service provided by The Artists Foundation of Western Australia Ltd.

Barking Gecko
Subiaco Theatre Centre
180 Hamersly Road
Subiaco WA Western Australia 5008
Australia
Telephone: (08 ) 93882611
Fax: ( 08 ) 9382 4573
Beverley Growden - General Manager
http://www.barkinggecko.com.au
Profile:
Barking Gecko Theatre Company is Western Australia's premier professional theatre company creating and presenting 'inspirational, provocative and delightful' theatre for young people aged 5-17 years.

First established in 1991 Barking Gecko Theatre company now has as international reputation for excellence and innovation. The company reaches more than 80,000 young people and their families each year through its range of programs including:

- Public Performances
- Schools Touring
- Schools-In Theatre performances
- Regional, National and International touring, collaboration and exchange
- Theatre Workshops - in school, after school and during school holidays
- Writing projects for young people
- Community Theatre programs
- Other participation programs for young people.

'I think it's the best childrens theatre company in the world and I am extremely proud to be its patron. It is not only the quality of its productions but the messages you portray which are so important for young people today'.
Professor Fiona Stanley
AC MSc MD FFPHM FRACP FRACOG FASSA Hon DSc, Company Patron

Community Arts Network WA
King Street Arts Centre, 357-365 Murray Street
PO Box 7514, Cloysters Square
Perth Western Australia 6000
Australia
Telephone: ( 08 ) 9226 2422
Fax: ( 08 ) 9226 2230
Admin
http://www.canwa.com.au
Profile:
CAN WA is the peak body for community arts and is the principal source of community cultural development, information, advice and support services in Western Australia.
Country Arts Western Australia
PO Box 7012, Cloisters Square, Perth WA 6850
Level 1, King Street Arts Centre, 357 Murray Street
Perth Western Australia 6850
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9481 0077
Fax: (08) 9481 0477
Email
http://www.countryartswa.asn.au
Profile:
Country Arts WA is the leading regional arts organisation in Western Australia, responding to and supporting with excellence the needs and aspirations of country communities; playing a major role in reconciliation and building an interweaving network across the state that generates creative outcomes and fosters the arts in everyday life.
DADAA (WA)
21 Beach Street

Freemantle Western Australia 6160
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9430 6616
Fax: (08) 9336 4008
Email
Profile:
No profile available
Kulcha Multicultural Arts of WA
PO Box 538, Fremantle WA 6160
1st Floor, 13 South Terrace
Fremantle Western Australia 6160
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9336 4544
Fax: (08) 9336 4463
Email
http://www.kulcha.com.au
Profile:
KULCHA Multicultural Arts of Western Australia was established in 1983 as the Ethnic Music Centre and is today the state's peak presenter of multicultural arts and Australia's leading world music venue.

Western Australia's population has the highest percentage of overseas born residents in Australia (27.7%) with a massive 186 countries of origin represented. The Perth metropolitan area has a greater percentage of overseas-born residents (32.5%) than the State as a whole and is Australia's most multicultural city.

For nearly twenty years, KULCHA has been generating a dynamic program of music and arts projects to advance the development of Australian artists from diverse cultural backgrounds. KULCHA's program is recognised internationally and continues to be seminal to the evolution and recognition of world music in Australia.

In 1997, KULCHA relocated from the remotely located North Perth Town Hall to a purpose equipped music venue in the centre of the City of Fremantle. The venue has a professional sound, lighting and stage system, capacity for 200 people, seating and a licensed bar. This self-generated initiative was made possible through the vision and energy of it's Board of Management, staff, members and the attraction of corporate sponsorships. The venue has consolidated the organisation as a professional presenter of Australian multicultural artists.

In the past three years the organisation has become a fully professional identity, which has significantly increased employment opportunities for multicultural artists and in communities as well as the engaging wider public interest and support with culturally diverse artforms.

Propelarts
PO Box 8238

PERTH WA 6849
Australia
Telephone: (08) 9328 5855
Fax: (08) 93285770

http://propelarts.org.au
Profile:
Propelarts provides youth arts information, support, networks, skills development and a collective voice for young creative people and organisations. Programs include: Pollinate forums, YCulture funding and development program, fortnightly e-zine and vibrant website as well as direct support and information for young creative people and people/organisations who work with young people.
Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup
PO Box 94

Donnybrook Western Australia 6239
Australia
Telephone: 08 97804200
Fax: 08 97311677
Wendy Trow
http://www.donnybrook-balingup.wa.gov.au
Profile:
Situated in the South West of Western Australia, the Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup has a population of 4,300. The first Cultural Plan was developed in 2001 for the Balingup community; in 2003, a Plan was developed for the Donnybrook community. A Cultural Planning Advisory Group was formed in 2003 to make recommendations regarding cultural activities to Council.

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