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Artwork from My Community: the meeting of stories...

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  Function(s) of arts and cultural practice...

Function(s) of arts and cultural practice for society by Lisa Philip-Harbutt

Presentation given to University of South Australia Visual Arts Students May 2006

Submitted 4th May 2006

Intro...My name is Lisa Philip-Harbutt and I am here to talk to you about Community Arts; projects, practice & philosophy. I am going to start with the philosophy as this is the basis of our practice.

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Connecting Art, Life and People

  Connecting Art, Life and People - Artwork2

Connecting Art, Life and People - Community Cultural Development in Aotearoa/New Zealand

Welcome to a rich portfolio of ideas, artists and
community cultural development collaborations, which have their roots in the diverse stories of communities in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

The focus of Artwork2 has been to promote discussion and ideas around artists working in the public sphere, working with people in an interactive way to create art and to contribute to the cultural development of the people they work with. We hope you will be inspired by this work; motivated to initiate new community cultural development projects in your own communities and informed by the principles and practical guide-lines we have distilled from our years of experience in the field.

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Connecting Art, Life and People - Community Cultural Development in Aotearoa/New Zealand


  fuse Western Australian Youth Arts Stories

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The first of an annual series of youth arts publicaitons produced by Propelarts to celebrate and grow youth arts in WA.
Each issue will focus on different topics and what better way to start than tell the stories of some of the incredible youth arts projects and peoples across this vast land.

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  Submitted Resources

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Thesis Introduction

  Thesis by Lisa Philip-Harbutt.

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'Look Out There's An Artist in the Business School Doing Research' - A Quest for an Appropriate Methodology Thesis by Lisa Philip-Harbutt

Submittted January 2004 by Lisa Philip-Harbutt - the first thesis to be published on ccd.net.

Arts and Cultural Management Program
International Graduate School of Management
University of South Australia
Masters

Decision-making in the arts sector is sometimes seen as problematical as many of the 'primary' decisions are made away from the 'primary' creative practice. The criteria for decision-making may be perceived as based on organisational or financial need, rather than creative output or social need. It is my view that the perceptions need testing. To do this I needed a way of understanding how decisions are reached in a variety of different contexts within the arts and cultural sector. Most would concede that decision-making is not a precise science. My quest thus became finding an appropriate research methodology for these explorations. Action research emerged as a useful framework for adding understanding within dynamic situations. This thesis reports on the usefulness of participatory action research as a tool for the exploration of decision-making processes by a range of people working within the arts and cultural sectors.

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Thesis Introduction

  Enda Murray - Virus Media


A paper delivered at the Conference of Peace and Human Security Media in New York by Enda Murray of Virus Media, about the Virtual Palestine project and the role of arts projects in reconciliation - an Australian perspective.

To view the Virtual Palestine Project on the ccd.net project register click here.

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  A GIRL'S EYE VIEW

The Drama of Self-Image Through Image Theatre

First presented August 1998
at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education
San Antonio, TX

By Cathy Plourde
ADD VERB Productions

To describe his philosophy of theatre practice, Augusto Boal (Games for Actors and Non-Actors, 1992) uses the term maieutics, the Socratic process of assisting a person to bring into clear consciousness conceptions previously latent in the mind, and the concept of Image Theatre. Image Theatre's maieutic properties provide flexible tools for creating exciting, high-quality and socially significant theatre. I have explored Image Theatre techniques in a workshop for girls and documenting their experiences. This project is appropriately related to the work I have been doing in Maine for the last several years, writing and directing plays for girls, as well as working with girls to script or create their own pieces. With this paper I hope to reinforce the need to provide girls with such opportunities as well as testify to the efficacy and great potential implications of Image Theatre.

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  Engaging Art: The Artful Dodgers Studio

Engaging Art: The Artful Dodgers Studio, A Theoretical Model of Practice.

The authors, Martin Thiele and Sally Marsden, have used the community cultural development methodology employed within The Artful Dodgers Studio, a Gateway program of Jesuit Social Services, as a reference point to investigate a range of professional practice considerations for artists working in community cultural development.

In addition, this study provides:
Three case studies - identifying how the artistic and social trajectories have been developed to assist participants to shift from high levels of social exclusion to high levels of social inclusion;

Considers ethical practices for community cultural development artists, specifically in relation to high risk groups such:
1. The handling of disclosure.
2. Dignified representation.
3. The community's legacy after project completion.
4. Health and safety.
5. Collective ownership of material.
6. Explores data collection methods that are appropriate to a cultural approach and compliment rather than inhibit artistic practice.

To Purchase this book visit the Jesuit Social Services website: www.jss.org.au/research.

To view the Engaging Art Project on the ccd.net project register click here.

Engaging Art: The Artful Dodgers Studio A Theoretical Model of Practice

Engaging Art by Martin thiele and Sally Marsden


  hands ON! 2002

hands ON! 2002 hands ON! (2nd Edition, 2002) explains the types of activities supported by the Community Cultural Development Board and helps potential applicants determine the most appropriate grants category for their project.

The OzCo hands on page includes project examples, CCD Board support and application tips, resources and opportunity to download the complete document in PDF format.

Go to Australia Council download page to get your copy.


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