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This website explores how artistic creation can overcome cultural barriers, this site offers Europeans artists and organizations the opportunity to reach out to potential partners to develop and exchange ideas for their work during the 2008 Year on Intercultural Dialogue.
Includes the following articles: A place for the arts in rural revitalisation and the social wellbeing of Australian rural communities, J Anwar McHenry, What’s the meaning of ChillOut?: Rural/urban difference and the cultural significance of Australia’s largest rural GLBTQ festival, Authors: Andrew Gorman-Murray
2010, Workforce Capability Framework, The Office for the Community Sector, Department of Planning and Community Development, Victoria, Australia.
The Office for the Community Sector (OCS) has now completed work on the Community Sector Workforce Capability Framework. This framework will assist Victorian not-for-profit (NFP) community organisations with the recruitment and retention of staff, performance management and career planning, by listing the skills, knowledge and attributes needed in a wide range of emerging and current job roles in the NFP community sector. The Framework has been designed to help both individuals and organisations.
‘A New Deal’ argues that engaged or participatory art practice can be shown to be central rather than marginal to the meaning and value of art in the ‘story’ of human society, but only if we take a long view and change the position from which we read and understand received history. Community Development Journal Vol 42 No 4
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The Aboriginal Art Directory is the largest online tool to help you find Australian Aboriginal art, self-representing artists, Aboriginal art centres, galleries, online stores and wholesalersworldwide. Support the Aboriginal Artindustry and learn about Aboriginal art, authenticity and the range of Aboriginal artists and vendors beforeyou invest. Aboriginal Art Directory now has a monthly email newsletter.
Accessible Arts, the peak arts and disability organisation across NSW, is pleased to announce that a selection of papers, videos, photos and podcasts from the recent Arts Activated 2010 conference is now available on line. Arts Activated 2010 bought together over 350 leading thinkers, artists, advocates, practitioners and producers from across Australia and overseas. The program included 80 speakers, 40 breakout sessions, four performance showcases, a pre-conference dance masterclass and international keynote speaker Jenny Sealey, MBE – Artistic Advisor to Unlimited, Artistic Director Graeae Theatre Company. Arts Activated 2010:
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