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Artwork 1997

  Artwork Issue 34 April 1997

artwork 34 front cover Editor: Julia Tymukas
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble
Copy Edit: Patricia Walton

OUR LIVES OUR CHOICES: MORE THAN JUST YOUR AVERAGE CONFERENCE, pp.1 - 5
Cath Kenneally reports on the unique role of the arts in the SA consumer led mental health conference, October 1996, Adelaide.

ART ON THE BORDERLINE - USA AND MEXICO, pp.6 - 9
Rose Costelloe reports on an interview with members of the Border Art Workshop and their work in a border community in Mexico.

REGIONAL DISTINCTIVENESS AND ‘CULTURE', pp.10 - 14
Michael Keough argues that ‘culture' is hard to come to terms with and that most local councils already employ a variety of existing plans and processes that can be enhanced.

SEE SAW - FINDING THE BALANCE, pp.15 - 20
Catherine Murphy takes a reflective look at the role of the artist in an artist initiated community project.

PUBLIC ART ARRESTS RURAL COMMUNITY, pp.21 -24
Chris Stannard addresses issues that face local government when planning a public art or environmental design project.

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  Artwork Issue 35 July 1997

artwork 35 front cover Editor: Julia Tymukas
Assistant Editor: Patricia Walton
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

NOTES FROM HOME, pp.1 - 5
Anne Ferran looks at Viet Nam Voices, an exhibition that draws together multiple points of view to form a unique community statement.

GUNGAHLIN ON A PLATE: CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES OF AN EMERGING COMMUNITY, pp.6 - 8
Graham Kime explores a place making project in a new residential development in the Australian Capital Territory.

UNITY IN DIVERSITY, pp.9 - 12
Celia Moon writes about an award winning project for young people from inner Sydney that challenges racism.

DJ SQUAT: A GLOBAL ON-LINE RAVE, pp.13 - 15
Stephen Spence reports on an international multimedia experiment by Doppio Teatro that takes a 21st century look at community.

WOMEN'S CIRCUS...LEAPING OFF THE EDGE, pp.16 - 20
Book review by Cath Kenneally.

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  Artwork Issue 36 October 1997

Artwork 36 frontcover Editor: Julia Tymukas:
Assistant Editor: Patricia Walton
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

SOUNDS OF THE STREETS, pp.1 - 5
Maria Leonardis reports on a unique music program helping young homeless people in Sydney take control of their lives.

COMMUNITY, CONTEXT AND THEATRE, pp.6 - 11
Nick Hughes debates a changing role for community theatre and the need for a broader interpretation of ‘excellent' and a deeper understanding of the context of the work.

HEATWORKS: MOVING STORIES, pp.12 - 17
Theatre, health and education in the Kimberleys - an innovative and brave program for and by Aboriginal people explored in this article by Celia Moon.

WORKING WITH DIVERSITY: THE NEW ERA OF MULTICULTURALISM, pp.18 - 21
Deidre Williams talks to Vinchenzo Andreacchio, a musician and a member of the Australia Council Community Cultural Development Fund, about the directions of arts funding policies and the challenges of nurturing a culturally diverse society.

THE COMMUNITY ARTS: WHY IN AND WHY STAY?, pp.22 - 24
Graham Pitts reflects on his discovery of and dedication to community cultural development.

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  Artwork Issue 37 December 1997

artwork 37 front cover Editor: Julia Tymukas
Assistant Editor: Patricia Walton
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

UNUSUAL PARTNERSHIPS, pp.1 -5
Colin Berry reports on the Pulp the project; a risk taking, larger than life project in the Tasmanian paper mill town of Burnie.

FAILING IN THE FACE OF DEATH, pp.6 - 8
Rob Finlayson reflects on his experience as a community writer in a palliative care service in Perth and the effect it has had on his life and work.

MEETING PLACES, pp.9 - 15
Two South Australian community arts projects working towards reconciliation and building cultural links are explored by Kathie Muir.

SEMI MADNESS, pp.16 - 20
Stephen Spence visits poet Geoff Goodfellow to ask about his writing that celebrates the unique community of Semaphore in Adelaide.

HIGH ART: A CD-ROM PROJECT, pp.21 - 24
Graham Kime reviews a project from the North Richmond Community Health Centre, Victoria that uses technology to document and promote its range of community arts projects.

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