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Artwork 1998

  Artwork Issue 38 March 1998

artwork 38 front cover Editor: Julia Tymukas
Assistant Editor: Partricia Walton
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

CREATING SOLIDARITY PARK, pp.1 - 5
Art and social action at the site of a long-running union protest in Perth. Presented by Di McAtee and Janis Bailey.

RECONCILING THE SOFT AND FUZZY WITH THE SHARP AND POINTY, pp.6 - 9
A discussion of the relationship between community arts and cultural planning by Malcolm McKinnon.

THE DARE OF THE STAGE, pp.10 - 13
Chi Vu reports on the success of youth theatre programs at Footscray Community Arts Centre.

COMMUNITY CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT. DO YOU QUALIFY?, pp.14 - 20
Celia Moon explores recent developments nationally in training for CCD workers and looks at some examples of activity generated as a result.

PLAYING THE GUM LEAF TO GOOD EFFECT, pp.21 - 41
Malcolm McKinnon explores the role of the South Australian Country Arts Trust in community cultural development.

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  Artwork Issue 39 July 1998

artwork 39 front cover Editor: Julia Tymukas
Assistant Editor: Partricia Walton
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

NEW DREAMING ALL NATIONS - DANCING OUR WAY HOME, pp.1 - 5
Suzy Stiles reflects on a cultural exchange of indigenous Canadians and Australians.

OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR ARTISTS, pp.6 - 9
Megan Evans speaks at the Melbourne Conference Visions of Reality: art in the community and in the future.

LIVERPOOL HOSPITAL ARTS PROGRAM, pp.10 - 15
Maria Leonardis investigates the planning and consultation processes used to develop an award winning community cultural development project.

CCD - WHY DO WE DO IT?, pp.16 - 20
Eve Stafford takes a personal look at working in community cultural development.

SEPARATION, CARE AND LANGUAGE, pp.21 - 24
Peter Hicks reviews Out of the Ordinary: inventive ways of bringing communities, their stories and audiences to light, a publication exploring the process of community writing.

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  Artwork Issue 40 September 1998

Issue 49 Front cover Editor: Julia Tymukas
Assistant Editor: Partricia Walton
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

HIGH BEAM 98, pp.1 - 5
Nick Hughes reviews Adelaide's inaugural arts and disability festival.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC ART, pp.6 - 9
Jackie Ohlin examines the issue of local government's role in public art. ‘Awfulising all the public places'? Or identifying opportunities?

PLANNING, CULTURE AND COMMUNITY, pp.10 - 13
Reflections on the cultural planning and development phenomena by Grahame Kime

MUSIC, MAGIC AND POLITICS: COMMUNITY CHOIRS, pp.14 - 18
Singing in a choir can change your life. But there is more to it than that. Nick Hughes researches the attraction that singing in a community choir holds for many people.

PUBLIC ART AND CEAD: SOME ISSUES, pp.19 - 24
Andra Kins explores the role of the artist and the community in Community Environment Art and Design and Art in Public Places.

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  Artwork Issue 41 December 1998

artwork 41 front cover Executive Editor: Julia Tymukas
Editor: Partricia Walton
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

SPEAKING OUT ABOUT OUR LIVES: OLDER WOMEN, COMMUNITY THEATRE AND LEADERSHIP, pp.1 - 5
Josephine Burden explores some interesting aspects of leadership which emerged in her recent research.

1998 ROS BOWER AWARD, pp.6 - 7
An introduction to Peter Winkler winner of the 1998 Ros Bower Award presented by the Community Cultural Development Fund of the Australia Council.

TEST OR QUEST? EVALUATING YOUR WORK, pp.8 - 14
Deidre Williams takes a refreshing look at critical evaluation in community arts practice and emphasises gaining insight over justifying the work.

THE WAY FORWARD, pp.15 - 16
The twenty fifth anniversary of the Footscray Community Arts Centre: A reflection on the coming of age of a true community resource by Graham Pitts.

THE MISSION AHEAD, pp.17 - 19
Stephen Spence reflects on connections between the arts and politics, and the role of community cultural development.

CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT, pp.20 - 24
Marla Guppy rethinks her understanding of ‘environment' and the place of ‘community culture'.

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