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1. 2nd INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS RESIDENCY/SEMINAR/BUDAPEST/HUNGARY Link To External Site on This PageForum on This Project

2nd INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS RESIDENCY/SEMINAR/BUDAPEST/HUNGARY
Dates: DECEMBER 27, 2005 - JANUARY 6, 2006
Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc.® (HMC), non-profit organization, invites 30 interested visual artists and writers to submit application

Hungarian Multicultural Center
Posted: 29 September 2005
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2. Beyond The Factory Walls Image Present on This PageLink To External Site on This PageForum on This Project

'I really feel that I am a worker, and a worker that feels there is no freedom to express my opinion, my aspirations….but with this theatre…I feel that I really can become who I really am; ….we live and that is political. In fact we don' t just live, we..

ARTV
Posted: 22 January 2004
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3. Experiences in Audience Development in New York City Image Present on This PageLink To External Site on This Page

Details on Creative Time's (New York) experience in audience development and objectives and strategies for specific projects, with an emphasis on possibilities for young artists and audiences.

pescadore
Posted: 13 November 2003
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4. Exploring community, culture, technology, transformation Image Present on This PageLink To External Site on This Page

Australia Council Fellowship to investigate discourse on virtual communities, interfaces and online environments.

n/a
Posted: 18 October 2002
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5. Green Turtle Dreaming Image Present on This Page

Following the trade winds that once brought the traders from Indonesia to Australia, the project Green Turtle Dreaming navigates the many languages, traditions and belief systems to document the oral and visual stories linked to this endangered species.

Green Turtle Foundation
Posted: 10 August 2005
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6. 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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7. Islands in the Lifestream: Event Typhoon Forum on This Project

Islands in the Lifestream is a vision for a web-based site and workspace where creative interactions can take place across barriers of language, culture and distance. With a focus on social and environmental sustainability, the project will inspire and sh

QUT CIRAC
Posted: 30 April 2003
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8. Open Arms Dance Company - On Line Resource Base Image Present on This PageLink To External Site on This PageForum on This Project

Official site of Open Arms Dance Company and the Open Arms Network, linking to Cultural, Educational, Entrepreneurial, Health and Social Development projects worldwide.

Open Arms Dance Company
Posted: 03 February 2004
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9. Taboo or not Taboo

An international dialogue on sexuality with young people of different cultures and based in Singapore, MAL, Manila and Darwin. This is an opportunity for young people to express their thoughts and talk about behaviours. This original process aims to initi

Corrugated Iron Youth Arts
Posted: 30 September 2002
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10. The Mora Brothers from Cuba A WOMADelaide Foundation Artist Residency for March Image Present on This PageLink To External Site on This Page

The Mora Brothers are two remarkable artists living in Havana, Cuba. Their subject matter ranges from small-scale replicas of Havana taxis, spilling over with luggage, passengers and animals, to life size copies of shocking pink Chevrolets and gleaming Ha

APA (Arts Project Australia)
Posted: 29 November 2004
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