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1. Hamutuk (Connections) East Timor Australia arts and disability cultural exchange Image Present on This PageLink To External Site on This Page

Arts Access Australia's project Hamutuk (Connections), is an art for social change project with possible artistic outcomes of theatre, a community radio program, short film or website promoting an understanding of disability and wellbeing.

Arts Access Australia
Posted: 22 September 2005
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2. MUBALI - Moree Young Mothers Project Image Present on This Page

Mubali aims to strengthen the resilience of Aboriginal young women in the categories of esteem, parenting, competence, peer education and connection to community

Beyond Empathy
Posted: 10 August 2005
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3. MUBALI - Moree Young Mothers Project Image Present on This PageForum on This Project

Mubali aims to strengthen the resilience of Aboriginal young women in the categories of esteem, parenting, competence, peer education and connection to community.

Beyond Empathy
Posted: 15 August 2005
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4. Play Now/Act Now Sydney screening event Link To External Site on This PageForum on This Project

YOU ARE INVITED TO PLAY NOW/ACT NOW's SYDNEY EVENT.
free event on November 10. This event will showcase the artistic talents of 18-25 year olds from across NSW in the form of video/films, artwork, graphics, logos and writing.

Works focus on y

Metro Screen
Posted: 17 October 2005
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5. The Acting Class, Summer 2006. Brisbane Image Present on This PageLink To External Site on This PageForum on This Project

Regular intensive training in practical performance skills – voice, body and text with aural, physical and emotional truth: challenging, fun, and constantly evolving. Flloyd Kennedy, with Guest Teacher Ira Seidenstein this semester.

Being in Voice
Posted: 10 February 2006
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6. The Parks Helix Project

A multi artform based project that aims to explore the role of the Arts in addressing the social and health issues of safety and well-being, in the western suburbs area of Adelaide known as The Parks.

Freelance Artist
Posted: 21 January 2005
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