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Artwork 1996

  Artwork Issue 30 March 1996

artwork 30 front cover Editor: Deidre Williams
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble
Edit Copy: Lynne Griffiths

COASTWISE, pp.1 - 6
Pat Rix explores an interdisciplinary approach to cleaning up an urban coastal waterway.

COMPULSIVE COMPETITIVE TENDENCIES, pp.7 - 11
Alex Prior explores the positives and negatives for community arts practice in the move to compulsory competitive tendering for local government in Australia.

RAN DAN SWEETLAND, pp. 12 - 16
An extract from Lockie McDonald's journal while as a member of a Perth Community Theatre Company he was in residence on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean.

OVERVIEW: STATE ARTS FUNDING, pp.17 - 23
Nick Hughes presents an overview of state/territory government funding for community cultural development on a state by state basis.

GROWING COMMUNITY ART, pp.24 - 28
Kate Barnett describes a Fremantle project that blends permaculture, grey water management, bush restoration and community arts.

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  Artwork Issue 31 June 1996

artwork 31 front cover Editor: Deidre Williams
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble
Copy Edit: Lynne Griffiths

URRBRAE HOUSE PROJECT, pp.1 - 6
Pat Rix explores the genesis of an Adelaide CEAD project involving a university owned heritage site in search of a new relationship with the community.

A SENSE OF CYCLE, pp.7 - 11
Describing a storytelling project in Brisbane which bought together a community of Murri people, Wesley Enoch reflects on the central place storytelling has in the past, present and future expression of indigenous Aboriginal cultures.

ART OF COLLABORATION, pp. 12 - 15
Fiona Winning writes about a collaborative cross cultural artistic process which produced some stunning results in a Western Sydney suburb.

GRADUATE DIPLOMA: COMMUNITY CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, pp.16 - 17
Anne-Marie Mykyta reports on this new course and its value to artists and project organisers.

CREATING SOCIAL CAPITAL, pp.18 - 19
Reviews by Cath Kenneally and Elizabeth Morgan.

COMMUNITY ARTS NETWORKS, pp.20 - 24
Nick Hughes presents an overview of how the Community Arts Network organisations across Australia are strategically applying their scant resources to assist community cultural development.

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  Artwork Issue 32 September 1996

artwork 32 front cover Editor: Julia Tymukas
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble
Copy Edit: Lynne Griffiths

FRINGE IN THE PINDAN, pp.1 - 5
Lockie McDonald provides a personal account of his experience at the 1996 Broome Fringe Festival.

QUERYING COMMUNITY, pp.6 - 9
Gay Hawkins examines the concept of community and the implications of incorporating diversity.

A TIME TO CELEBRATE, pp.10 - 17
Cath Kenneally interviews a range of players in a community arts project that laid the foundations of future work for Port Community Arts centre

RAISE THE PROFILE: RAISE THE STAKES, pp.18 -21
Peter Wood provides an overview of a national marketing project involving ten community based arts organisations.

WHY WE SHOULD STICK WITH COMMUNITY, pp.22 - 24
Stephen Spence analyses the important role that community cultural development work plays in building the community and making change.

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  Artwork Issue 33 December 1996

artwork 33 front cover Editor: Julia Tymukas
Sub-editor: Jane Williams
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble
Copy Edit: Lynne Griffiths

SETTING THE SCENE, pp.1 - 2
Introduction to the multimedia symposium held in Adelaide and details about the symposium online.

SYMPOSIUM OVERVIEW, pp.3 - 5
Cath Kenneally provides an overview of the three mornings of multimedia presentations at the symposium.

THE BIG PICTURE, pp.6 - 7
Stephan Alexander sets the global political context for the multimedia phenomenon.

VNS MATRIX, CYBERFEMINISTS, pp.8 - 10
Francesca da Rimini on cyberfeminism and technology.

ITALIAN COUNTERCULTURE IN THE AGE OF MULTIMEDIA, pp.11 - 12
Ermanno ‘Gomma' Guarneri outlines the activities of the cooperative Shake.

APPROPRIATE STRUCTURES - COMMUNITY ARTS AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER, pp.13 - 15
Zane Trow discusses community arts and artists' processes in projects in Melbourne and Taiwan.

KOMNINOS: CYBERPOET, pp.16 - 17
Kominos Zervos addresses the topic of the development of cyberpoetry and the use of technology.

REALM OF THE HUNGRY, pp. 18 - 19
Lylie Fisher speaks about the three year development of the Realm of the Hungry project.

KEEPING THE LANGUAGE ALIVE, pp.20 - 21
The Flinders Ranges Adnyamathanha community's CD-ROM: Plants of the Northern Flinders Ranges.

PERFORMING ARTS AND MULTIMEDIA, pp.20 - 21
Two community projects using multimedia, Border Crossings and The Swing.

YOUTH ARTS ON THE NET, pp.23 - 24
Michael Doneman describes the role of networked technologies in the youth cultural development scene in Queensland.

DIGITARTS, p.25
Lisa Burnett on Digitarts: young women online.

GROUND DESIGNS TO DIGITAL MEDIA, pp.26 - 27
Marl Fryer describes Jukurrpa Arts, an Aboriginal arts collective which is putting material on the web.

NET INFORMATION, p.28
Handy information on the Art Law Centre, the Australian Network for Art and Technology, the Ngapartji Co-operative Multimedia Centre and more.

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