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Artwork 1995

  Artwork Issue 27 June 1995

artwork 27 front cover Editor: Deidre Williams, Maria Leonardis
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

WORKING INSIDE OUT, pp.1 - 5
Kath Walters interviews Maud Clark about her work and the evolution of Somebody's Daughter Theatre Company.

THE GOV, pp.6 - 7
Erica Sharplin discovers an Adelaide hotel with heart for the arts.

WAY OUT WEST, pp.8 - 10
Donald Horne outlines why Sydney's western suburbs are setting standards for community culture.

CULTURE SHOCK IN PAKISTAN, pp.11 - 15
Nick Hughes discovers how three Australian artsworkers became involved in an international puppet festival in Pakistan.

PLACES NOT SPACES, pp.16 - 17
Placemaking in Australia. Book review by Cath Kenneally.

ANTS TO ELEPHANTS, pp.18 - 20
Musing on Multiculturalism and Folk Tales. Ron Hoenig investigates a community literature project.

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  Artwork Issue 28 September 1995

artwork 28 front cover Editor: Deidre Williams
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble
Copy Edit: Lynne Griffiths

WHITE APRONS - BLACK HANDS, pp.1 - 5
Alex Prior describes the background to an Aboriginal oral history - visual arts exhibition from Queensland.

ART + BUSINESS, pp.6 - 8
Kath Walters explores how a post card project linked artists and business to enhance cultural tourism in Fitzroy, Victoria.

SOMEWHERE SPECIAL, pp.9 - 10
Nick Hughes outlines how, in Adelaide a team of artists helped a community personalise its school.

FACT FINDING, pp.11 - 15
Deidre Williams reports on a national study linking community based arts funding to expanding arts markets.

BUT WHAT DO YOU DO FOR A LIVING, pp.16 - 17
Cath Kenneally reviews But What If I Get Ripped Off - a new economic study of Australian Artists.

RIPPLES, pp.18 - 20
Christopher Brocklebank presents a strong case from Alice Springs in favour of artists and communities consolidating their creative relationships.

BITS AND PIECES, pp.21 - 24
PP Cranney interviews Cynthia Turner a Sydney mosaic artist whose work is transforming public spaces.

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  Artwork Issue 29 November 1995

Artwork 29 frontcover Editor: Deidre Williams
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble
Copy Edit: Lynne Griffiths

REMARKABLE JOURNEYS, pp.1 - 4
Nick Hughes explores the artistic philosophy of Restless Dance's Artistic Director, Sally Chance.

NYNARRIN DREAMING: RECLAIMING THE LAND, pp.5 - 8
Jane Cousins recounts the story of a project which saved an inner city bush block from unsuitable development and created a community recreational haven, complete with artworks.

ARTS GLUE, pp.9 - 11
Ron Hoenig looks into the role and value of three arts service organisations in South Australia.

BANG, pp.12 - 15
Alex Prior interviews three women who have recently established a professional community theatre in Cairns.

PERFECT STRANGERS, pp.16 - 19
Hilary Beaton travels into the world of the Internet to discover what Perfect Strangers, Contact Theatre's youth art and culture site is all about.

PUBLISHING POETRIX, pp.20 - 21
Sherryl Clark explains how a unique community publication of women's poetry evolved and manages to survive without government funding.

PARK PROJECT: ISA IMAGES, pp.22 - 24
Pat Wise provides a guided tour of a community-based project which transformed a prickle patch into a community recreation park.

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