irCDN News - April 2014


» 1. From the Office
» 2. Cultural Development Policy Issues
» 3. Professional Development Activities
» 4. New Resources
» 5. Funding
» 6. Arts Events
» 7. Opportunities

From the Office


Dear colleagues, 

CDN's activities for March included key events focussed on cultural data. The Vital Signs Public Forum was very well attended and stimulated enthusiastic debate on the value and use of cultural data on a national scale. The third meeting of the National Local Government Cultural Forum took place on March 19 in Brisbane with discussions focussed on cultural data and vertical cultural planning issues.  Finally, CDN is working toward the first Cultural Planning Forums taking place around Victoria from April until July.  More details below.
Vital Signs: Cultural indicators for Australia: Local and national approaches.
Cultural Data Public Forum, March 13, Melbourne, RMIT University.
What to measure and how to measure it has been an ongoing challenge in the cultural sector. The Vital Signs public forum organised by Arts Victoria and the Cultural Development Network in March provided an opportunity for stakeholders to share information about the collection and use of cultural data. This formed part of national consultations on the Vital Signs paper on national cultural indicators, instigated by the Statistics Working Group of the Meeting of Cultural Ministers (SWG). 85 representatives of local, state and federal government, artists and art organisations, consultants and researchers attended this event. The attached report provides a summary of the presentations, and of the group discussions on cultural data, and the usefulness and recommendations for the cultural indicators outlined in Vital Signs
Click here for more information about Vital Signs and keynote presentations.
The National Local Government Cultural Forum: Report from third meeting, March 2014, Brisbane, Queensland
The Cultural Forum is a meeting of cultural policy and planning representatives from Australia’s capital cities, local government associations, the Commonwealth Ministry for the Arts and the Australia Council for the Arts. Last month, the CDN team travelled to Brisbane for the third meeting of the Cultural Forum focused on priority areas of inter-government and vertical planing, and local government project data . The meeting also decided on changes to the executive and communication channels to ensure a more effective work progress between meetings. The Cultural Forum will continue to develop the model for data collection for local government cultural development across the nation. 
More about the meeting here.
Cultural Planning Forums Across Victoria: April – July 2014
CDN, in partnership with the Arts and Culture Committee of the Municipal Association of Victoria and host councils, is developing a series of forums on cultural planning for Victoria. These will be held between April and July in central Melbourne (Melbourne City Council) and four regional locations: Camperdown (Corangamite Shire Council); Kerang (Gannawarra Shire Council); Seymour (Mitchell Shire Council) and Morwell (Latrobe City Council).
The format will include presentations, group discussion, case studies and information about resources. Participants will:
• Learn how to consult, research, develop, implement and evaluate your cultural plan.
• Develop skills in use of national, state and local data to inform your planning.
• Share knowledge and ideas with councils in your region.
• Link in to worldwide networks and resources on culture and planning.
• Consider your own council’s plan in the light of a shared statewide approach.
Forum Facilitators: John Smithies and Dr. Kim Dunphy, Cultural Development Network, with contributions from local professionals in each location.
The forums are tailored to local government staff involved in developing and implementing cultural plans.  We recommend that participants attend all forums as they are an interlinked sequence.Cost: $65 each forum,  $180 for series of three. Register here. Download flyer here.
CDN staff are undertaking consultations with councils in each of the regions to develop content that features local strengths and meets local needs.   Please contact if you are interested to contribute to planning the forums. More information is available on our website, and is being updated as the program for each location take shape:

Regards from the CDN team: John Smithies, Kim Dunphy, Lyndall Metzke and Leda Yazgin.
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Cultural Development Policy Issues

United Cities and Local Government Committee for Culture Update
The process to elaborate the new Agenda 21 for Culture was initiated by the Committee on Culture in 2013 in Lille-Métropole, Buenos Aires and Rabat, and will continue in 2014, with meetings, seminars, articles, questionnaires and pilot-cities. The process will conclude with a major event in 2015: a "Culture Summit of UCLG". A programme of Pilot Cities will be developed between 1 April and 31 December 2014 and makes part of this process. The Board of the Committee on Culture of UCLG approved the launch of a "pilot cities" programme in 2014 in order to: (a) offer a specific activity to the cities that wish to align policies and activities with Agenda 21 for culture, (b) increase the number of "good practices" of our database, and (c) initiate concrete and useful work with cities that seek to be active members of the UCLG cities network ("Core cities") dedicated to the implementation of the new Agenda 21 for culture in 2015-2017. 

Agenda 21 Questionnaire
The Agenda 21 for culture was approved in 2004 by UCLG. It has accumulated 10 years of specific practices and meaningful experiences and now needs updating with a new charter on cities, culture and sustainable development; a new Agenda 21 for culture. The UCLG Committee for Culture are kindly ask you to devote a maximum of 10 minutes of your time to answer some questions so they can learn from your experience and your expectations. Should you require any additional information on the new Agenda 21 for culture, please visit the site and do not hesitate to contact the Secretariat of the Committee:

Report: Data from all Victorian councils about Cultural planning practices in local government 

Findings from the desk research project about all councils across Victoria: what their website says about their cultural planning, where their Arts and Culture Department is located in their council, links from the Cultural Plan to Council or other plans, use of indicators and targets in published documents, and much more!  Download Cultural Planning Table for Victorian Local Councils.

Local government professional support groups
CDN supports two groups of local government professionals that meet to discuss issues of relevance to local government cultural development in Victoria. Visit their websites for reports about activity and coming meetings:

Municipal Association of Victoria Arts and Culture Committee
This group of elected representatives and council staff meets quarterly to advise MAV's Board on issues to do with Arts and Culture in Victoria councils.

LGPro Arts and Culture Special Interest Group
This SIG operates as a forum to support Local Government arts management and development activities. Delegates from all Local Government authorities across Victoria are invited to participate in discussions on topics relevant to the arts and culture portfolios.


CDN is pleased to congratulate Stonnington City Council for the endorsement of the Stonnington Reconciliation Action Plan by Reconciliation Australia. The endorsement acknowledges the City of Stonnington as a leader in this area at a local government level in Victoria. The City of Stonnington's vision for reconciliation is to create a place of community, individuality and business where an environment is created that encourages and supports the hopes, wellbeing and aspirations of all people. The purpose of the Reconciliation Action Plan and its implementation is to raise cultural awareness, and respect the history and contributions of the traditional land owners.

CDN also congratulates Jill Morgan AM, Chief Executive Officer of Multicultural Arts Victoria for being awarded the Facilitators Prize in the 2013 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards. Read more.

First full-time head appointed to Creating Australia
CDN congratulates both Creating Australia, the new national body for community arts and cultural development, and Maz McGann, the appointee, for her appointment to the position of first full-time CEO.   Ms McGann is currently Manager of Community and Culture at the Barossa Council in South Australia.  Originally from north-east Victoria, where many colleagues will remember Maz for her terrific contributions in Wangaratta and region, Ms McGann has worked in local government and community education, including the last 4 ½ years in regional South Australia.   Creating Australia is an independent non-profit organisation providing advocacy, support and leadership for organisations, arts companies and artists who work directly with the community to bring about positive social change. Creating Australia is part of the Australia Council’s new National Sector Development Initiative, along with the Digital Platform (website launching soon) and the Local Government Cultural Forum. Creating Australia is now off and running with the launch of its new website:

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Professional Development Activities

The course is a 5-week intensive with the next session running from June 16th to July 19th.  Applications now open. The Graduate Certificate is ideal for anyone who wishes to develop the theoretical and practical underpinnings for working in community.    Information evening, 29 April 2014 from 6pm, Victorian College of the Arts, 234 St Kilda Road, Southbank.
Local Government Managers Association: 2014 LGMA National Congress & Business Expo
Why we need to care about productivity, 30 April – 2 May 2014
The 2014 LGMA National Congress & Business Expo will explore the concepts, leading practice and impacts of productivity, and what it might look like for councils.
Thursday 8 May 2014, 2-3.30pm 
There is much talk in Queensland about entrepreneurship and the need for those involved in arts and cultural development to be more ‘entrepreneurial’ in their approach to their work. In most cases this is translated as simply finding more sources of income rather than just relying on public sector support for art and cultural development. Hence the relationship between entrepreneurship, ‘financial sustainability’ and creating business models for creative projects and arts organisations that can ensure they are resilient in times of change.
This online workshop will help you understand:
• what is meant by entrepreneurship, and what it looks like in practice
• how entrepreneurialism relates to the local government arts and cultural sector 
• how artists, arts organisations and local government can behave in an entrepreneurial way. 
Destry Puia, Ant McKenna and Cathy Hunt will share their knowledge and first-hand experience of entrepreneurship and exploration of various models of income generation:
Participation in the workshop is FREE but registration is required. To register, email with your name, job title, organisation, email and phone number by Friday 2 May.

REMIX Summit Sydney
8 - 9 MAY 2014 at Carriageworks, Sydney
Join nearly 2,000 global creative leaders at REMIX Sydney ; part of a unique series of international summits in leading creative capitals including New York, London and Sydney exploring the intersection of Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship. REMIX brings together thought-leaders and decision makers from across industries to tackle the big ideas shaping the future of the cultural and creative sectors.
Regional Arts Victoria: Learn the secrets of successful arts business!
Day 1 - 29 March, Day 2 - 30 March
Latrobe University, 210 Fryers Street Shepparton
John Paul Fischbach, CEO and founder of the Auspicious Arts Incubator, has helped hundreds of artists and arts organisations learn the business and marketing skills that have made it possible for them to thrive and in this workshop he will share his secrets with you!
IETM (International Network for Contemporary  Performing Arts) Asian Satellite Meeting
Organised by the Australia Council for the Arts, in partnership with Next Wave and Arts Centre Melbourne.
Melbourne 12 – 14 May 2014
May 10-11 Next Wave Festival & 15-16 Post-Satellite Sydney Visit
A full programme of discussions as well as performances from cutting edge Asian and Australian artists curated as part of the Next Wave Festival
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Research Unit in Public Cultures. The University of Melbourne
Cultural Evaluation Masterclass

26 and 27 June, 2014
As culture becomes increasingly central to governmental strategies for working within communities, there is a growing demand for methods which can evaluate the impacts of policies and programs. This program offers participants effective strategies for implementing a variety of approaches to cultural evaluation.

Evidence Based Community Engagement Conference
25th & 26th June 2014, CQ Functions, Melbourne.
Having the community involved in policy, decision-making and service delivery is crucial to the authenticity of government, quality of policies and success in service delivery. This conference will explore innovative strategies for conducting evidence based decision making. Emphasis will be placed on building an appetite for engagement across your organisation, and embedding consistent monitoring across all your programs.
The Second International Teaching Artist Conference, 1-3 July, 2014 Brisbane
Call for participation for community artists, community cultural development workers, artist-in-residences.
Co-hosted by the Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) and in association with QPAC’s Out of the Box Festival for Children 2014. 
Friday, 25 July – Saturday, 26 July, 2014
The Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre, Bell Street, Preston
Featuring keynote speaker Sr Agio Pereira, Minister of State and President of the Council of Ministers. Other speakers include representatives of Timor-Leste and Australian government and civil society organisations and friendship groups.
Exhibition: 15 May–17 October 2014
Opening night: 29 May 2014
This symposium seeks to explore the role of art in promoting emotional healing and wellbeing in Aboriginal communities.
The Dax Centre, Kenneth Myer Building, University of Melbourne, Genetics Lane off Royal Parade, Parkville, Vic, 3010
October 16-19, 2014
Arts & Edges, the Regional Arts Australia Summit, will be hosted by Country Arts WA to showcase regional arts on a national platform from the unique location of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia. Part conference, part festival, all art: the biennial Summit is the largest gathering for the arts community outside of Australia’s capital cities.

Arts Activated Conference 2014
28 - 29 October, 2014, Concourse, Chatswood, Sydney
People with disability have an important role to play in Australia’s arts and culture; this is what makes Arts Activated a valuable meeting place for those passionate about the arts and disability sectors.Keynote speakers: Marcus Dickey Horley, Curator of Special Projects at Tate Gallery, UK and Jo Verrant, a diversity trainer, consultant and project manager in the UK cultural sector.
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This conference is a cooperation between the University of Antwerp, the Antwerp Management School and the HKU (Utrecht). 
Focus on the dynamics between creative industries, knowledge organizations and urban policy. Ms Edna dos Santos (UNCTAD) will give the opening lecture.

Mapping Culture: Communities, Sites and Stories International Conference
28-30 May 2014, Coimbra, Portugal

ACEI 18th International Conference on Cultural Economics
June 24-27, 2014
École des sciences de la gestion de l'Université du Québec à Montréal (ESG-UQAM) in Montreal, Canada.The International Conference will feature a program of invited plenary sessions grouped around the theme of Connecting Conversations.

2014 The Arts in Society Conference, call for papers
25-27 June 2014
, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy

8–9 August 2014, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
International conference and workshop on "Reflections on Creativity: Public Engagement and the Making of Place".

Centre for Research in Arts and Economics (CREARE)
6th consecutive Edition of the International Summer School in Cultural Economics 

Amsterdam, August 19-23
Program: "Value of Culture - the relationship between Economics, Culture & Art".

8th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research
9-12 September 2014, University of Hildesheim, Germany
Providing a space for exploring cultural policies, their meanings, roles and impact in an interdisciplinary and international environment.

22nd ENCATC Annual Conference
17-19 September 2014 // Brno, Czech Republic
“New Challenges for the Arts: Is it just about money? Social, aesthetic and economic aspects of arts management in the public and private sectors”.
International Conference on Social Theory, Politics and the Arts, Ottawa, Canada
09 October 2014 to 11 October 2014
STP&A is an interdisciplinary gathering of researchers, policy-makers, practitioners and students that explores key trends, practices and policy issues affecting the arts around the world. 
The Banff Centre, Banff, Canada
27 November 2014 to 30 November 2014
Convergence is an arts summit dedicated to exploring the ways that arts practices intersect with each other and with technology in a complex physical and social ecology.
Call for presentations.
December 19-22 - Tuscany, Italy
"Theatre Between Tradition and Contemporaneity"
The annual multidisciplinary conference brings together performers, practising performing arts academics and artists from all continents. The conference mission is to create the international meeting point for performers and teachers working in various art genres, techniques and forms - theatre, dance, music, visual and multimedia art.
A seminar organised in Paris in partnership with the European Joint Research Centre, UNESCO, and OECD. This event will offer participants the possibility to understand the most recent advancements in the debate on culture as an indicator of well‐being and development. This will follow with a discussion on rethinking how to measure the spill‐over effects of cultural and creative industries and how to evaluate cultural approaches. Invited to attend this one-day seminar are researchers, academics, economists, cultural operators, artists, students, policy makers and the general public interested in this topic. 

New Resources

New Report: Turnaround Arts Initiative - Progress Report 2013, USA
Presidents Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, November 2013, USA
The President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities has published an interim report on its signature initiative, Turnaround Arts. Authored by an evaluation team from Booz Allen Hamilton and the Urban Education Institute at the University of Chicago, the report examines progress indicators for Turnaround Arts schools in their first year. 

New research: Youthworx media: youth media and social enterprise as intervention and innovation
Aneta Podkalicka, Denise Meredyth, David MacKenzie, Ellie Rennie, Jon Staley, Julian Thomas, Chris Wilson
ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation
Swinburne Institute for Social Research, 15 December 2013
This research explores the impact of Youthworx, a community-based cross-sector response to the problem of youth marginalisation and social exclusion.

New calendar online: Updated ENCATC Events Calendar 2014 
Now online offering academics, researchers, cultural managers, artists, policy makers, students and the wider public interested in our work an array of conferences, seminars, academies, workshops, study tours and much more within the field of cultural management and cultural policy.  ENCATC events are an excellent opportunity to gain new knowledge, learn about the latest trends and developments in the field of arts-cultural management and policy, exchange best practice, internationalise your career and enlarge your professional networks. 

New website: Arts Participation Incubator, Deakin University
The new API site is now live! It has ‘Upcoming events’, as well as a noticeboard for industry events. There is also an ‘inspiration spotlight’ to highlight the amazing work of people all over the world working on projects that we admire and find inspiring.

New article: Local-State Government teamwork essential – VLGA, March 14, 2014, Local Government News.
The Victorian Local Governance Association says it hopes local government will receive the attention and commitment it deserves as a dynamic and essential part of Victoria’s democracy under the leadership of new Local Government Minister, Tim Bull.
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The National Archives of Australia contributes funding and helps to manage the scheme, which is administered by the National Library of Australia.  Grant winners receive practical preservation and archival training from the National Archives when they attend the grant giving ceremony held in Canberra. Information:

Australia Council Arts Funding Guide
The Grants section of the website provides you with information about 2014 funding programs and the funding application process. It also includes information about what happens after you have applied and what happens if you are successful.
Not-for-profit community organisations can apply for funding for projects and activities that offer clear public benefit for communities of less than 10,000, living in small rural and remote locations in Australia, contributing to their development in social and community welfare, economic, environmental, health, education or cultural areas.

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Arts Events: Exhibitions, Performing Arts, Media and Programs

Inauguration of Lautem Cultural Centre, regional Timor-Leste, Thursday May 1,
This long-term project (known as the Lospalos Centre for Traditional and Contemporary Arts and Culture), is a partnership between Australia NGO Many Hands International and the Government of Timor-Leste.  The inauguration marks the completion of Stage One in the development of the Centre's infrastructure.  It also marks the commencement of a new phase in arts and culture programming by the Government of Timor-Leste for the people of the Lautem district and beyond. Stage One of building development has seen the former marketplace in Lospalos transformed into an attractive open-air and multi-staged performing arts space, replete with change rooms, ticket box and cafe. Infrastructure adjacent to the marketplace has been renovated into a dance studio, art gallery, music studio and office.  Much of the work has been undertaken by Australian volunteers working in collaboration with Timorese staff members and the Government of Timor-Leste.    Enquiries: Many Hands Director Kim Dunphy
 31st May - 2nd June 2014
304 Hawthorn Road Caulfield South, VIC 3162
The Melbourne Jewish community calendar has many cultural and educational events, but until now none that directly focus on the richness of Jewish literature. 

2014 Human Rights Arts Film Festival
The 2014 HRAFF program is out! With incredible collection of films, artwork and forums.
M~M 2014 Walk This Way! Friday 9 May
The project  is Geelong’s 24hr ‘extreme arts’ walk, a biennial pilgrimage from mountain top to river mouth on Friday 9th May from the You Yangs to the mouth of the Barwon River.

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2014 Arts Activated Conference Proposals
Accessible Arts is calling for proposals for papers, performances or workshops that address the 2014 Arts Activated conference theme, Creative Connections. Arts Activated brings together leading thinkers, artists, advocates, practitioners and producers, with and without disability, from across Australia and overseas. Working together to strengthen Australia’s arts and disability sector.

ArtsReady, what is artsready?
The ArtsReady program is designed as a partnership with young Australians and the arts and creative sector through an entry-level training and support model that combines practical experience at work with vocational education. ArtsReady allows young trainees to get their foot in the door of a career in the arts and creative industries.
Applications now open. Applications close: 21 May 2014, 5pm
New in 2014, the Roving Curator – Exhibitions Program is an initiative developed by Museums Australia (Victoria) to help museums and galleries develop engaging and dynamic exhibitions. The program offers an exhibitions professional (Roving Curator) to work with successful applicants on a range of exhibition-related projects.

Prioletti Consultants: Cross Cultural Training. Tailored for the Disability Sector. Places still available!
Wednesday 16 April, 2014  1:00 – 4:00pm
Northcote Library Meeting Room
32-38 Separation St, Northcote
$165.00 per person (incl. GST)
Standing for Helping Achieve Reconciliation Together, the Community HART Awards  recognise Victorian partnerships and initiatives that contribute to local reconciliation outcomes.  Nominations could be for initiatives that demonstrate Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people working together, and initiatives that have contributed to relationships, respect and understanding. The inaugural Community HART Awards will be presented at an event in Melbourne on Thursday 5 June, following Reconciliation Week.

Wyndham City Council
Our Partnerships - Facilitating Local Cultural Development
Wyndham City is pleased to be partnering with Wyndham Theatre Company, Werribee Concert Band and The Rotary Art Show Prize to develop local opportunities for local artists. These partnerships are designed to build capacity within local arts organisations to become self-sustaining through a range of supports such as subsidized access to Council facilities, assistance with event production and marketing support.
To find out more about our partnership programs contact Bec Cole, Arts Development Officer on 9742 0777 or email

4-Week Creative Residency in Russia for Dancers, Actors and Contemporary Circus Performers
September 8 - October 6, 2014
The project mission is to create the "live creation platform" and the fascinating encounter of artists from diverse artistic backgrounds and techniques in multicultural and multilingual artistic environment. The programme includes practical training, rehearsals and the intensive creative process on the way to the performance/work-in-progress.
Applications close 30 June 2014.
This unique course has been developed by the Centre for Local Government at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS:CLG) to provide graduates with the necessary managerial skills and knowledge relevant to the local government sector and its changing needs and priorities. The Australian Centre of Excellence for Local Government (ACELG) has supported the program's development under its Learning in Local Government initiative.

Bite the Big Apple! New York Arts & Cultural Management Tour, 6 – 10 October, 2014
Contact Kape Communications for details and application form –, or (03) 9486 6598
Do you know an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander organisation or project that is really kicking goals?
Reconciliation Australia and BHP Billiton are proud to launch the 2014 Indigenous Governance Awards to recognise and celebrate the hard work Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations, projects and initiatives put into changing their communities for the better.

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Cultural development position wanted
I am actively seeking employment within council as an arts officer or similar field within community development. I have varied experience of managing and supporting community cultural development processes in arts and culture and have a sound understanding of government policies and trends. I have sat on art boards and funding committees for local councils and community art galleries. I have initiated major public art projects that required strong ideas and visions to achieve their outcomes. This also required precise budgeting, project management and administration of the projects to gain trust and confidence from stakeholders to enable the projects to be realised.  I have written art policies and have co-written master plans for major works.  I also have experience in community consultation and conducting workshops. I curate exhibitions and am currently working with St Vincent’s Hospital on a twenty year retrospective.  I am educated in photography, multi-media, and have a degree in architecture. I have a post graduate qualification in “Art in Public Space” and am presently completing a Master's degree in Arts Management at RMIT University. (Classes are held 'out of normal working hours). Contact:

Jorge de Araujo Photography
Principal photographer is Jorge de Araujo heading up an amazing team of photographers, graphic designers, website designers and retouchers to offer you a complete corporate image.

FAME Group, Finance Administration & Events is a one stop shop for business and not for profits.
We have a combined 50 years experience dealing with all aspects of running an association and can assist with big and small tasks, tailored to your budgets… including administration and finance, conferences, events and membership management, bookkeeping, marketing, public relations, human resources or we can become your virtual office. You name it we have someone for you.. And the best thing is we are customer focused and listen to what you need…

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Phone: +61 3 9925 0282 Fax: +61 3 9925 0284
PO Box 48 Carlton South, Victoria 3053, Australia
Level 2, 17-23 Lygon Street (RMIT University Building 96), Carlton South, Victoria, Australia

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