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Artwork 2001

  Artwork Issue 49 March 2001

artwork 49 front cover Executive Editor: Julia Tymukas
Editor: Patricia Walton
Proof Reader: Lynette Guerin
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

AESTHETIC ACTIVISM, pp.1 - 7
Darlene Clover features three projects from Canada using visual and performance art exploring cultural and environmental activism.

TOWARDS A CRITICAL PRACTICE, pp. 8 - 20
Ian Maxwell and Fiona Winning explore a model for reviewing and analysing community artworks. Featuring Sydney projects Vagrant Winds an exhibition and Cement Garage a performance work.

A MODEL FOR COMMUNITY ARTS PROJECTS?, pp.21 - 26
Three responses to 'Towards a Critical Practice: A Model for Talking and Writing about Community Arts Works'.

Critique: a conversation of development by Patricia Walton.

Constructive Critique by Meg Simpson.

Conflicts in Critique by Victoria Keighery.

HUMANS OR NON?, pp.27 - 36
Dr Pam Johnston discusses the relationship between visual and performance artists and the community of Woolloomooloo in the age of Reconciliation.

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  Artwork Issue 50 August 2001

artwork 50 front cover Title: RECLAIMING CULTURE
Editors: Dee Martin, Julia Tymukas
Copy Editor: Jane Russell
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

LOOKING OUT OF THE PIGEON HOLE, pp.3 - 6
Frank Panicci urges a fundamental rethink of the theoretical underpinnings of our work.

THE IMAGERY CONFERENCE, pp.7 - 14
Graham Pitts and David Watt trace the evolution from 'community arts' to 'community cultural development'.

RAMBLINGS OF A COMMUNITY ARTIST IN SEARCH OF COMMUNITY, pp.15 - 21
Bong Ramilo examines how different notions of community and even the use of the word itself inform current practice.

WHOSE CULTURE IS IT IN THE REGIONS?, pp. 22 - 29
Eve Stafford endorses the 'clustering' model for fostering regional arts development.

KENNY'S STORY, pp.30 - 33
Gemma Pepper responds to the National Critical Debate series from a regional perspective.

CULTURE: A PARALLEL FRAMEWORK, pp.34 - 36
Deborah Mills reviews Jon Hawkes' ground-breaking work, The Fourth Pillar of Sustainability - culture's essential role in public planning, commissioned by the Victorian Cultural Development Network.

HIGHWAY 61 REINVENTED - CULTURAL TOURISM IN THE USA, pp.37 - 40
Nat Trimarchi takes a look at American tourism, heritage and cultural industries rejuvenated by a more holistic approach to attracting visitors.

WHO OWNS THE PROCESS? WHO OWNS THE PRODUCT?, pp.41 - 44
Heather Shearer - an indigenous perspective.

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  Artwork Issue 51 December 2001

artwork 51 front cover Title:PROJECTS OR PROGRAMS: DISCUSSED AND DEBATED
Editors: Dee Martin, Julia Tymukas and Scott O'Hara
Production Editor: Patricia Walton
Assistant Editor: Jane Gronow
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

EDITORIAL, p.1
Dee Martin.

THE AUBURN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NETWORK, pp.2 - 10
Nicola Joseph explores the International Film and Video Festival for Children and Young Adults and the developmental impact the event has on this Sydney community.

SUSTAINING THE SOCIAL IMPACT, p.11
Deidre Williams presents and alternative funding model for community cultural development that focuses on the long term.

STAND YOUR GROUND, pp.12 - 15
Michael McLaughlin speaks with PACT Youth Theatre from Sydney's inner southwest about the long-term planning and consultation for their recent project.

A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH, pp.16 - 19
Diana Mac Mullin analyses two recent South Australian community cultural development projects set firmly in the heart of non-arts organisations.

WORKING FACE TO FACE, pp.20 - 25
Antonella Casella explores Brisbane Ethnic Music and Arts Centre's approach to long-term developmental support for culturally diverse communities.

CREATING SUSTAINABLE CULTURES, pp.26 - 31
Simon Roodhouse, Research Professor at the Bolton Institute, UK, articulates the developing arguments for wider definitions of culture, and the key to the sustainability of cultural life.

PROJECTS TO PROGRAMS, pp.32 - 37
Graham Pitts interviews artsworker Julie Shiels about her years at the North Richmond Community Health Centre in Victoria.

WELFARE STATE INTERNATIONAL, pp. 38 - 39
Stephen Spence reports on the evolving practice of the UK's Welfare State International.

MRS LANTERNS, pp.40 - 44
Stephen Spence interviews UK artsworker Kay Greer who worked Welfare State before moving on to develop her own creative practice.

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