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Artwork 2000

  Artwork Issue 46 March 2000

artwork 46 front cover Title:*SPECIAL EDITION* - ART AND COMMUNITY: NEW CENTURY, NEW CONNECTIONS
Editor: Julia Tymukas
Copy Editor: Patricia Walton
Editorial Advisor: Judy Spokes
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

VISION NOT THE VENUE IN WHICH THE VISIONARY SITS, pp.2 - 5

Sue Beal describes the genesis of the Art and Community Conference and the issues for local government which she found most inspirational.

FROM CONVOLUTION TO REVOLUTION, pp.6 - 11
Martin Thiele reflects on the structure and approach of the conference workshop program and muses on an alternative future for community cultural development.

A NEW CENTURY, A GLOBALISED WORLD AND THE CHALLENGE FOR COMMUNITIES, pp. 12 - 16
Professor Mary Kalantzis spoke on the opening day of the Art and Community Conference held in Melbourne in October 1999.

HOW TO AVOID GETTING BURNT IN THE PARK, pp. 17 - 19
David Milroy reflects on the discussions generated by the conference for participants from Aboriginal communities across Australia.

IT'S OUR PARTY AND WE WILL LAUGH IF WE WANT TO, pp. 20 - 24
Nicola Josephs offers a critical analysis of this all-day session subtitled: cultural diversity cutting a new edge.

THE ANSWER TO ALL ARTS PROBLEMS, pp. 25 - 27
Graham Pitts' response to Community Arts is Dead - a session of the Art and Community conference.

WHICH WAY IN? YOUNG PEOPLE AND COMMUNITY ARTS, pp. 28 - 30
David Everist's personal overview of the relevance of the Arts and Community Conference to young people and an exploration of their needs.

ART AND COMMUNITY - REGIONALLY SPEAKING, pp. 31 - 33
Eve Stafford, a long time community cultural development practitioner, offers a regional perspective of the Art and Community Conference.

VERVE! SOMETHING WORTH CELEBRATING, pp. 34 - 37
David Doyle gives a personal perspective of the arts and disability program, Verve!, including an overview of organisations from around Australia and their different approaches to community cultural development.

ON THE ROAD WITH RUBY RED, pp. 38 - 41
Celia Moon interviews the recipient of Australia's 1999 Ros Bower Award.

BOOK REVIEW, pp.42 - 43
Waterworks: an exploration of water through public art by five regional communities, initiated by the South Australian Country arts Trust. Reviewed by Patricia Walton.

COME 'N A GO GO, p.44
A snapshot of the conference's community music project.

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  Artwork Issue 47 July 2000

artwork 47 front cover Title: LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
Executive Editor: Julia Tymukas
Editor: Patricia Walton
Proof Reader: Lynette Guerin
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

INDIGENOUS IT, pp. 1 - 6
Nicola Joseph explores issues of cultural development through IT.

THE WOMEN'S CIRCUS…MY PASION, MY CAREER, MYLIFE, pp. 7 - 11
Andrea Ousley presents a personal report on the life-changing experience of learning more than circus skills in Footscray.

CHALLENGES IN ISOLATED COMMUNITIES, pp. 12 - 17
Dee Martin reflects on the practical and philosophical challenges of supporting cultural development in south-west Queensland.

SACRED KINGFISHER, pp.18 - 21
Lucy Filor researches an example of a holistic approach to community cultural development and environmental education at the Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies in East Brunswick.

INNER DIALOGUES, pp. 22 - 27
Lisa Philip-Harbutt reflects on her learning as a community artist in academia in Adelaide.

PUBLIC ART MENTORSHIP, pp.28 - 32
Jane Russel compares the experience of two South Australian artists in a mentoring relationship.

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  Artwork Issue 48 November 2000

Artwork 48 frontcover Title:DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE
Executive Editor: Julia Tymukas
Editor: Patricia Walton
Proof Reader: Lynette Guerin
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

BUREAUCRACY IS KILLING ACTIVISM':THE GREAT DEBATE, PP.1 - 3
Pg1. Cath Cantlon opens for the affirmative claiming bureaucracy is swamping the lives of artists.
Pg4. Andrew Donavon Closes for the negative claiming activists are infiltrating the bureaucracies.

THE DISCUSSION CONTINUES, PP. 4 - 7
Stephen Spence responds to the Great Debate and considers the future of activism and the arts.

IN FOR THE LONG HAUL, PP. 8 - 14
Sally Marsden, Melbourne artist, explores a fundamental shift in her work in communities.

DISABILITY CULTURE, PP.15 - 19
Nick Hughes reports on changes in the nexus of art, culture and disability.

TWO COMMUNITIES AND TWO PROJECTS FOR CHANGE, PP.20 - 25
Pg26: Margy Timmermans and the River of Life in north Queensland. Pg30: Elizabeth Dean on sewing banners and fighting fires in Tasmania.

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