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Artwork 2003

  Artwork Issue 55 June 2003

artwork 55 front cover Title: WAYS OF SEEING - LOCAL GOVERNMENT, CULTURE AND PLANNING
Commissioning Editor: Dee Martin
Production Editor: Jane Gronow
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

ARTWORK 55 EDITORIAL, p.1
Dee Martin

THE BASEMENT TAPES - COUNCILLOR EDDY, pp.2 - 6
Don Chapman's interview takes us on a humorous journey through the history of one local government.

CULTURAL PLANNING - POLICY TASK, NOT TOOL, pp.7 - 11
Deborah Mills considers the significance of culture in the planning process, and suggests 'ways of seeing' culture within the functions of local government.

HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS - CULTURAL PLANNING HAS HIT THE BIG TIME, pp.12 - 19
June Moorhouse talks about cultural planning in Fremantle, Western Australia.

SMALL TOWNS, BIG PICTURE - ART, SOCIAL RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, pp.20 - 24
Malcolm McKinnon reports on the Victorian regional project Small Towns, Big Picture.

PLANNING LOCAL CULTURES: LOCAL GOVERNMENT APPROACHES, pp.25 - 30
Robin Trotter reflects on how cultural planning might relate to the Regional Arts Development Fund in Queensland.

ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL, pp.31 - 35
Susan Conroy discusses the status and integration of cultural planning across NSW councils.

ACROC - SO CLOSE, SO FAR AWAY, pp.36 - 38
John du Feu reports on the model of ACROC - the Arts and Cultural Regional Organisation of Councils in Queensland.

FROM HERE TO COMMUNITY, pp.39 - 44
Catherine Murphy looks at two publications from South Australia which map developments in the relationship between local governments, the arts and cultural sectors over 10 years.


  Artwork Issue 56 September 2003

artwork 56 front cover Title: THE WIDE WORLD OF COMMUNITY CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
Commissioning Editor: Scott O'Hara
Production Editor: Jane Gronow
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble
Proof Reader: Jo Ankor

EDITORIAL: THE WIDE WORLD OF COMMUNITY CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, pp.1 - 2
Scott O'Hara, CEO CCDNSW for the National Network

BLOW THE CUPBOARD DOOR OPEN, pp.3 - 5
Lockie McDonald on the frustration and joy of international exchange

FINDING YOURSELF WITH THE OTHER, pp.6 - 9
Graham Pitts travels back and forth between Melbourne and East Timor

ENCUENTROS DEL CAMBIO - ENCOUNTERS OF CHANGE/EXCHANGE, pp.10 - 13
Georgie Davill returns to the source of Peru

THE ITALIAN CONNECTION, pp.14 - 17
Elio Gatti - A personal homecoming for Elio Gatti

INDIAN HOME COOKED DINER AND THE CCD CUISINE, pp.18 - 22
Mantej Singh explores culture for development pratice in India, examines some Indian/Australian projects

FROM DIY TO NY - LOOKING FOR CCD, pp.23 - 28
Paula Johnson writes about her experiences in a community off the Kenyan coast and chats to Andy Miller about his exchange in the Big Apple

WHERE ON EARTH ARE WE? INTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE AND POPULAR THEATRE, pp.29 - 32
A report on UTS Popular Theatre Summer School by Michael McLaughlin

SHIP OF FOOLS, pp.33 - 36
Lisa Beilby examines the relationships between three theatre companies from Queensland, Chile and Kiribati

CREATING COMMUNITY-BASED DIALOGUE, pp.37 - 42
David Diamond on the thinking behind the Headlines Theatre in Canada

WHO IS BEHIND THE LENS NOW pp.43 - 46
Madalene Chu Interviews Vahid Vahed and Aryian Daly about how Australia leads the way in ccd for children and young people making film

COMMUNITY CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT ACCORDING TO ADAMS AND GOLDBARD, pp.47 - 52
Jon Hawkes critiques publications on ccd by the Rockefeller Foundation from the Australian Perspective.


  Artwork Issue 57 December 2003

Artwork 57 frontcover

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Title: ARTS, HEALTH AND WELLBEING
Commissioning Editor: Lisa Philip-Harbutt
Production Editor: Jane Gronow
Copy Editor: Patricia Walton
Proof Reader: Jo Ankor
Design & Layout: Jayne Amble

EDITORIAL, pp.1 - 2
by Commissioning Editor Lisa Philip-Harbutt, Director of CAN SA.

PRACTISING ARTS AND HEALTH – WHAT'S IN A NAME?, pp.3 - 6
Christine Putland sets the scene exploring the precise relationship between art and health.

PHOTO ESSAY, pp.7 - 9Mattew Nettheim gives us a photo essay of images from the Flinders Medical Centre Artist in Residence Program in South Australia.

AUSTALIAN ARTS AND HEALTH 1997 – 2003: A SIX YEAR PERSPECTIVE, pp.10 - 13
Sally Clifford and Jo Kaspari retrospectively report on the development of the Arts and Health sector in Australia since 1997.

SLOW TUCKER, LONG YARN, pp.14 - 17
Tom E Lewis and Jayne Nankivell tell us the story of a project which involved six communities in the development of their own communities health in the Katherine region, Northern Territory.

ART AND WELLBEING; SECURING THE CONNECTIONS – INTEGRATING POLICY AND PRACTICE, pp.18 - 21
Deborah Mills provides insight into the Australia Council CCDB report which explores the inter-relatedness of social, cultural, economic and environmental factors in governments' understanding of wellbeing in a community context.

THE WORKING BODY – ARTS AND HEALTH FOR ARTS WORKERS, pp.22 - 25
Catherine Murphy reports on a series of workshops in South Australia that raised awareness of healthy, sustainable work practices for artists.

DADAA – PLACE OF DISABILITY IN ARTS, HEALTH AND WELLBEING, pp.26 - 30
* A PDF Version of this article is available below

Gareth Wreford, Director of DADAA National Network looks at some key issues and discussions around arts, disability and health.

A PERSONAL PLACE WITHIN A SPACE – HEALTH AS A CULTURAL CONTEXT, pp,31 - 33
Helen Zigmond takes us on her journey in the development of CLACIA ‘Creatively linking a Community through Its Arts', a model of ccd practice currently being trialed in regional NSW.

ON YOUR OWN TWO FEET, pp.34 - 35
A creative blending of image and text which explores how the arts have aided and abetted one woman, Susie Fraser, in developing an interest in resilience.

WORKING TOGETHER FOR WELLBEING – A VIEW FROM COMMUNITY HEALTH, pp.36 - 39
Rosalie Hastwell looks at the language of ccd within a community health setting and discusses the work of North Richmond Community Health Centre, Victoria.

THE HAVES AND THE HAVE NOTS - STATE ARTS AND HEALTH PROGRAMS, pp.40 - 42
Michael McLaughlin discusses the impacts of state based Arts and Health funding on local Community Arts practice.

Deborah Mills reviews Engaging Art: The Artful Dodgers Studio – A Theoretical Model of Practiceby Martin Thiele and Sally Marsden.

To download a copy of the article DADAA – PLACE OF DISABILITY IN ARTS, HEALTH AND WELLBEING by Gareth Wreford click on the pdf logo below.

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