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Artwork 2002

  Artwork Issue 52 May 2002

artwork 52 front cover Title: TECHNOLOGY: TOOLS FOR CCD?
Executive Editor: Julia Tymukas
Guest Editor: Scott O'Hara
Production Editor: Particia Walton
Production Coordinator: Jane Gronow
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

THE VIEW FROM 2002, pp.1 -2
Editorial by Scott O'Hara

FORAYS INTO DIGITAL STORYTELLING, pp.3 - 6
Artsworker Malcolm McKinnon explores how technology opens up creative opportunities for regional communities.

VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES AND COMMUNITY CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, pp.7 - 11
Bong Ramilo reports on the developing world of virtual community cultural development: its successes, failures and potential.

ART AND TECHNOLOGY - NOTES ON CREATIVITY IN A DIGITAL AGE, pp.12 - 13
Stephen Wacker explores the relationship between the creative nature of programming and artistic creation.

CONNECTION. NOT OF THE SCSI OR USB KIND, pp.14 - 17
Maria Fillipow and Andrew Hazewinkel look at Australians On Line: a project developing models of community publishing online.

ccd.net - a virtual community?, pp.18 - 23
Mark Tranthim-Fryer, Project Manager of ccd.net, provides some background to the new national community cultural development website.

www.tapinonthepipes.community, pp.24 - 27
Lisa Beilby reports on a project from regional towns in southern Queensland for participants experiencing disability and disadvantage.

MUSIC COLLABORATION AND COMMUNICATION ONLINE, pp.28 - 32
Sean Bridgeman explores how an online environment affects the nature of collaboration and communication.

CCD & TECHNOLOGY: WHAT IF THE WORLD HASN'T MOVED?, pp.33 - 36
Michael McLaughlin offers a personal perspective on the role of technology in community cultural development.

TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL FOR SELF REPRESENTATION, pp.37 - 44
Cheryle Yin-Lo uses projects to explore how technology has increasingly become an essential and powerful tool for cultural expression.

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  Artwork Issue 53 August 2002

artwork 53 front cover Title: CRIES AND WHISPERS: THE MANY VOICES OF CCD
Commissioning Editor: Dee Martin
Production Editor: Jane Gronow
Production Editor: Patricia Walton
Executive Editor: Julia Tymukas
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

ARTWORK 53 EDITORIAL, pp.1 - 2
Dee Martin

EVALUATION PERSPECTIVES AND PRACTICES IN COMMUNITY CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, pp.3 - 5
Rick Flowers provides a theoretical introduction to evaluation processes within the community cultural development sector.

THE RIGHT ROAD?, pp.6 - 11
Annamarie Reyes interviews participants of the Road Project in Sydney revealing difficulties, untold stories, and further developments.

GOD I HOPE YOU WORK AGAIN: THE FELLOWSHIP EXPERIENCE, pp.12 - 14
Michael McLaughlin talks with two fellowship recipients and explores the role critique plays in informing, methodology, practice and he outcomes of a fellowship.

TOWARDS A CRITICAL PRACTICE: A MODEL FOR TALKING AND WRITING, pp.15 - 20
An excerpt from Ian Maxwell's and Fiona Winning's article, printed originally in Artwork magazine Edition 49, explores a model for reviewing and analysing community artworks.

PARIS AND THEN SOME…, pp.21 - 25
Maryanne Lynch follows the journey of community cultural development residency recipient Maria Filippow and explores the progressive nature of Australian community cultural development practices.

HIP HOP DOWN UNDER - SKETCHES OF A LONDON/SYDNEY HIP HOP EXCHANGE, pp.26 - 31
Vicky Sentas talks to the participants of Out and About, a fruitful London/Sydney hip hop exchange.

FROCKS, FINESSE AND THE FRAMING OF TRUST, pp.32 - 36
Annie Bolitho critiques a community cultural development project, exploring the value of the debutante ball to a rural Queensland community.

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL 2002, pp.37 - 44
Three differing perspectives of the Adelaide Festival 2002.

Which Country Are You From?
Lockie McDonald

The 2002 Adelaide Festival - Democratisation or Amateur Hour?
Stephen Spence

Critical Comment - Letter to the Editor
Don Chapman

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  Artwork Issue 54 December 2002

Artwork 54 frontcover Title: REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE - DEFINING, EXPLORING AND CREATING
Commissioning Editor: Julia Tymukas
Production Editor: Jane Gronow
Executive Editor: Julia Tymukas
Copy Editor: Penelope Curtin
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

THE ARTS, THE REGIONS AND THE ECONOMY, pp.1 - 5
Donald Horne presents an analysis of the political and cultural national context in which artists and artsworkers work regionally.

THE MAIN GAME: CCD IN TASMANIA, pp.6 - 9
Michael McLaughlinprovides an insight into community cultural development activity in Tasmania.

CREATIVE ENGAGEMENT, pp.10 - 15
Jon Hawkes explores how culture affects and relates to human activity and policy realms and what are the essential ingredients for keeping arts and culture on the public planning agenda.

A FERTILE PRODUCT - AN OUTSIDER'S VIEW, pp.16 - 21
Focussing on the final visual works from the Victorian project '...such fertile ground...', Julie Shiels discusses a range of issues which relate to artistic outcome, public art and representation of communities.

GIVE NATURE A CHANCE, pp.22 - 24
Through his experience working with regional communities, more recently in Western Australia with the SALT project, Lockie MacDonald explores the issues involved with working with regional communities and what is or is not left behind.

THE STATE OF PLAY, THE PLAY OF STATES, pp.25 - 28
Narelle Vogel, explores the cultural and political issues that arise in Albury Wodonga, a community which straddles state borders, and the community cultural development framework for activity.

RIVERS OF CHANGE, pp.29 - 34
Alex Reid's, interview with Danyon De Buell, Country Arts SA's Arts Development Manager for the Riverland-Mallee region, discusses multiculturalism and community cultural development in the region.

WHERE THERE'S SMOKE…, pp.35 - 38
Nat Trimarchi reports on a South Sea Islander community in Regional Far North Queensland, the community cultural development process and its link to cultural tourism and sustainability.

PROFILE: PETER CALLINAN, pp.39 - 41
Barbara McCarthy interviews Peter Callinan Project Officer from Barkly Regional Arts, Northern Territory.

DARNLEY ISLAND, PART OF THE TORRES STRAIT MOSAIC, pp.42 - 44
Lynnette Griffiths & Diann Lui give an overview of Torres Straight Island culture and regional identities.

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