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Artwork 2004

  Artwork 58 May 2004

artwork 58 front cover EDITORIAL
Lisa Philip Harbutt
, Director of CAN SA.

CCD AND NARRATIVE THERAPY
SA activist, educator, writer and ccd worker Suzy Stiles introduces readers to narrative therapy through a story of her own.

SILENCED AUTHORS LAVISH TALES
Extracts from Revelation, a creative writing handbook for all prisoners of self, poignant pieces from S.A.L.T. writers in detention in WA, with contribution from Lockie Macdonald.

KINSHIP AND CREATIVITY
Stephen Page
writes about the responsibility of interpreting traditional stories in a modern way and how his Indigenous heritage informs his creative and political expression.

ORAL TRADITION
Sandra Krempl
from WA offers a personal reflection on the cultural, historical and political significance of telling story.

THE FIRST SIXTEEN YEARS, THE EVOLUTION OF ARTWORK
Nick Hughes
maps the maturing of Artwork as a national journal of ccd analysis and fruitful archive for a developing practice.

FINEGAN'S TRAVELS
An email home from Fin Kruckemeyer. A story of reflection, a journal of journeying; a modern day On the Road. Fact or fiction, make of it as you will.

ENABLING THEORY, ANIMATING STORY, COMMUNITY AND COLLABORATION
Annie Bolitho and Mary Hutchison
reflect on their professional collaboration as writers working and researching with communities and the inspirations of their creative partnership.

ON CLIMBING TREES, AN AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE ON SUSTAINABILITY AND POLITICAL RISK AND COLLABORATION
Peter Newman
uses stories to make the connection between creativity, political risk taking, and environmental sustainability.

LETTERS TO HOME
Young artsworkers, participants of the Australia Council's Out There and Everywhere program, write home. We read of experiences that are challenging, often profound, a privileged insight into the development of Australia's young ccd practitioners.

STORY BOXES
Inspirational stories and snippets of ccd practice across Australia. Packed and wrapped for your take away enjoyment.

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  Artwork 59 September 2004

artwork 59 front cover EDITORIAL
Scott O'Hara

DOCUMENTATION AND EVALUATION: A PRIMER
Scott O'Hara and Vandana Ram
introduce some of the key concepts and practical ideas to get started in evaluation.

HOW THE ARTS IMPACT COMMUNITIES
Joshua Guetzkow
provides an introduction to the literature on arts impact studies in this extract from a paper prepared for the ‘Taking the Measure of Culture Conference' at Princeton University in June, 2002.

INTRODUCTION TO PARTICIPATORARY ACTION RESEARCH
Lisa Philip-Harbutt
presents a snapshot of her research into Participatory Action Research and its application and similarity to community cultural development.

DOT'S VISUAL REMINDER OR EVALUATION AS A POLITICAL ENDEAVOUR
Celina McEwen
reflects on her own processes in evaluating two projects, The Longest Night and Re-Igniting Community.

POST OCCUPANCY EVALUATION AND ARTS IN HEALTH
Marily Cintra
explores a methodology which adds to the outcomes of community cultural development by offering a further dimension to the active engagement of the initial project.

WHO GOES THERE - FRIEND OR FOE? GIVE ME YOUR PASSWORD!
Sandra Krempl
discusses issues of belonging and points of view to help us think about what influences our judgement and evaluation.

CCD – A POLICY FOR SOCIAL CHANGE?
Michelle Evans
adds to the academic body of work in the field of ccd; creating new questions, ideas and problems for further research to build upon.

BUILDING AN EVIDENCE BASE: DYNAMIC OBSERVATION
Martin Thiele and Sally Marsden
discuss the evaluation processes of The Artful Dodgers Studio – an innovative multidisciplinary program established to engage with and provide specialist services to young people with complex needs.

RETURN TO VIRTUAL PALESTINE: TOWARDS A MODEL FOR NEW MEDIA AND CCD
Sean Bridgeman
raised a number of issues about Virtual Palestine online projects in a previous article and now, more than two years after the project launch, we revisit the Virtual Palestine project and its outcomes.

GUNS FOR HIRE: COMMERCIAL EVALUATION SYSTEMS ON THE WEB
Dee Martin
investigates two methodologies – called HIPSYS and AVI – and looks at how they might inform evaluation in the field of community cultural development practice.

INTERVIEW: WHO EVALUATES THOSE EVALUATING US?
Big hART's founder and national artistic director Scott Rankin talks to Oryana Kaufman about what he expects of community cultural development evaluations and his aversion to the desk-driven, paperbound kinds.

REVIEW
Deborah Mills
reviews Evaluating Community Arts and Wellbeing – An Evaluation Guide for Community Arts Practitioners.

Online Forums have been established on ccd.net to give the opportunity for Artwork readers to take issue with or support perspectives reflected in each edition. Go to Online Forums


  Artwork 60 December 2004

Artwork 60 frontcover

CCD and Young People aimed to produce an edition of ARTWORK that presents a snapshot of theory and practice in Australia in 2004, from a community cultural development perspective. The editions presents current thinking and findings on the importance of participation in artistic practice for young people, particularly in the transition between childhood and adulthood. It will also provide readers with understandings of youth collaborative protocols when working with young people in collaborative art making processes. Examples will show how the voices of young people are being heard through the arts and how this contributes to expressions of youth culture.

EDITORIAL
by Bronwyn Jewell

RESTLESS DANCE COMPANY Restless Dance Company's unique and effective aesthetic of disability is achieved through balance. Kat Worth explains.

FROM DESERT DRAMA TO FREEFALL Caroline O'Neil looks at how young people in Kalgoorlie Boulder WA are shaping their version of culture and the arts and making it happen.

THE LAND OF MILK & HONEY Lucien Simon discusses the changing environment inhabited by young people and youth arts.

MESH - IT'S RISKING EVERYTHING COS ART LIVES! MESH is a cultural access program run by the Tasmanian Regional Arts with a focus on regional and isolated youth. Karlee Foster looks at the need for this new state-wide initiative.

WICKED SISTAS
Lyrics from the Wicked Sistas Project run by Kurruru Indigenous Youth Performing Arts for young women from the north western suburbs of Adelaide.

PLAYING FOR CHANGE Celia White offers some exciting examples from round Australia of how participation in circus activities provides access to a community.

THE INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN AND YOUTH MULTIMEDIA ACCESS CAMP Therese Sweeney explains this innovative international project mentoring multimedia skills and professional development opportunities for young people.

ARTS PATHWAYS
Sharon Hogan explores this Queensland government initiative to explore how 'innovative and practical strategies and partnerships create better options for young people through involvement with the arts'.

THE YOUTH TRAVELLER AND THE CCD HIGHWAYS, STREETS AND BYLANES Mantej Singh compares cultural preservation and development as competing and complementary ideologies in youth arts.

SOCIAL DRAMA - AN EVOLVING FRAMEWORK Chris Pye looks at how Social Drama provides and facilitates safe supportive spaces and frameworks within which young people can build more authentic relationships with themselves, each other and their world.


AN ARTIST'S REFLECTION A look at a successful marriage of community cultural development work and multi-media as an artform by Ian Corcoran.

THE WORLD AT HOME: CCD AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE TOP END The Top End of Australia has a wealth of multiculturalism but just because the lifestyle provides a rich cultural tapestry, doesn't mean people have a 'real' opportunity to exchange. Paula Johnson explains.

CREATING COMMUNITY - HOW KIDS CONNECT THROUGH CULTURE Eulea Kirraly from Tuggeranong Community Arts looks at Fresh Funk Street Dance and Messengers, two on-going youth programs, and Push and Shove, a multi-arts project for boys.

LEARNING, DOING, DONE Images from a graffiti project run by jimmy c (aka James Cochran) in the north of SA.


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