CDN News - July 2013


» 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, 

This month the Cultural Development Network has been involved in cultural development projects on a local, national and international level.

The National Local Government Cultural Forum, June 19, 2013 in Canberra

The first meeting of the National Local Government Cultural Forum took place on the 19th June in Canberra to coincide with the Australian Local Government Association’s General Assembly.  It was chaired by the Hon. Fred Chaney AO and attended by representatives from the seven state and territory local government associations and the eight Australian capital cities, plus Australian Local Government Association (ALGA), the Australia Council for the Arts - Community Partnerships, the Office for the Arts, Global Cities Research Institute (RMIT University) and the Cultural Development Network (CDN).

The aim of the first meeting was to explore the national role of local government in arts and culture and to reach consensus on the medium to long-term objectives for the Cultural Forum. These following topics were agreed as items for discussion at the next meeting:
  • Response to the National Arts and Culture Accord
  • Extent of current local government cultural data and use of indicators
  • Infrastructure development and ‘spaces’
  • Relationship between local government and national peak arts organisations
  • Collecting and utilisation of case-studies
Forum participants also attended the ALGA Assembly for a session, when Rupert Myer, AM, Chair of the Australia Council, addressed delegates about local goverment's important role in supporting opportunities for Australians to participate in the arts.

The next meeting of the Cultural Forum is scheduled for 15 October in Perth, Western Australia.  Further information will be posted on CDN's website and from the state local government associations and capital cities.

People and the Planet Conference, RMIT University, July 2-4.
At last week's People and the Planet Conference hosted by the Global Cities Institute at RMIT, themes of sustainability were explored across a range of dimensions.  In the stream of cultural sustainability, co-ordinated by Cultural Development Network, speakers' conceptions about culture and sustainability were both diverse and interesting.  Blanche Higgins from RMIT led a discussion about the "culturing" of tertiary education, which she argued would lead to best practice. She advocated for the recognition of the importance of culture in the way we learn, what we learn and how learning is applied. New CEO of the Footscray Community Arts Centre, Jade Lillie, and her colleague Steph Vajda from Ferment Collaborate in Brisbane discussed the relationship they observed between community cultural development practice and sustainable communities.  Adriana Partal, Research Assistant with CDN, reported on her literature review on cultural impact assessment; and her findings that this process is infrequently used, most often connected to heritage and indigenous heritage management.  Three speakers discussed issues related to cultural heritage and sustainability: Kevin Murray, from RMIT University, on cooperative models for global trade in traditional crafts; Kit Andrews from RMIT University on urban skills in transformation in Myanmar and consultant Samantha Fabry on issues faced by European walled cities.   Queensland researcher Shanene Ditton presented her work with Gold Coast community members who were advocating for their desired future by making an active and co-ordinated contribution to their city's cultural plan.   Further information conference website

UNESCO International Congress on Culture: Key to Sustainable Development, Hangzhou, China, May 15-17, 2013.
UNESCO recently gathered 400 delegates from around the world to discuss culture as a key to sustainable development, at the International Congress in Hangzhou, China.  One of those who attended was Jon Hawkes, author of The Fourth Pillar of Sustainability, which was published by the Cultural Development Network in 2001.  Jon presented a case study; Culture-sensitive and context‐based policies in sustainable development.  One of the main outcomes of the Congress was the adoption of the Hangzhou Declaration 'Placing Culture at the Heart of Sustainable Development Policies' on 17 May 2013. To find out more visit the conference website.

Murray Arts and the Cultural Development Network present a one day workshop:
Approaches to planning and evaluation for local cultural development 
Workshop Presenter: Kim Dunphy, Research Program Manager, Cultural Development Network, Victoria.

Friday 2 August 2013, 9 am -4.15pm, Albury Library Museum, Albury.

This one day workshop has been specially designed for cultural development professionals to assist with effective planning and evaluation of their activities. Participants will be introduced to the concept of evidence-based approaches to planning and frameworks that facilitate this, specifically program logic and theory of change.  These will be applied to case studies drawn from participants’ real world experience.  The second half of the day concentrates on evaluation: its purpose, benefits and challenges, and the range of approaches. This mix of theory, relevant models and hands-on experience will equip participants to apply these techniques in their own workplaces.
Workshop fee: $30.   To register please ph 02) 6021 5034 email: Information

CDN supports two groups of local government professionals that meet to discuss issues of relevance:

Municipal Association of Victoria Arts and Culture Committee Meetings 2013

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.
2-4 pm, Thursday 15 August (Hobsons Bay) at the Substation, Newport.
2-4 pm, Thursday 14 November, venue TBC.

LGPro Arts and Culture Special Interest Group Meetings 2013
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.

Next meetings: Friday 13 September, Friday 1 November and Friday 6 December
10:00am to 12:30pm (unless otherwise advised)
Co-ordinated by Michelle Ely, Team Leader, Arts Investment, City of Melbourne.
Venue: City of Melbourne.  Information


In a new initiative this year, CDN is focussing resources on a program of research to assist local government cultural development practitioners in their work.

The first completed article:  Cultural planning processes in local government in Victoriais now available from CDN's website. This paper includes information from a statewide survey of cultural development teams in local government in Victoria. It includes data about local government’s significant investment in cultural development, including staff, infrastructure and activities; and information about cultural planning including guiding principles, processes used for development, contribution of advisory groups and use of indicators. It was presented at the recent Local Government Researchers' Forum in Adelaide in June.  The development of this first paper raised our awareness of many more questions that are as yet unanswered, which we will continue to explore in coming months.  We invite council cultural development staff who are interested in contribute to this research process, particularly to inform us about topics that would be helpful for us to address, to contact Research Manager Kim Dunphy on

Cultural Development Policy Issues

New structure for the Australia Council: Shock of the New Dynamic Shift, The Australian, 02 July 2013

The Australia Council for the Arts has broken with the tradition of 40 years and yesterday opened a new chapter in the subsidised arts. No longer will funding be directed through specific channels for music, theatre, dance, literature, visual arts and so on. 

Making Art with Communities: A Work Guide
Making Art with Communities: A Work Guide has been developed by Arts Victoria in conjunction with VicHealth and Victorian community arts network, Castanet.
Launched in June 2013, the publication is the first of its kind in Australia, providing a step-by-step guide that navigates the complexities of embarking on community arts projects. Making Art with Communities provides expert, practical advice for artists and communities who aspire to establish projects in their local area. Information.

Australia Council Bill Amended to Protect Freedom of Expression (ArtsHub, 19 May by Deborah Stone)

Creative Australia
The Federal Government's National Cultural Policy, Creative Australia, was recently released. It celebrates Australia’s strong, diverse and inclusive culture. It describes the essential role arts and culture play in the life of every Australian and how creativity is central to Australia’s economic and social success: a creative nation is a productive nation. Read more.

Report 6: Rio+20 and culture. Advocating for Culture as a Pillar of Sustainability
This report is a summary of the strategy that the Committee on culture of United Cities and Local Governments developed in 2010-2012 to influence the process towards the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) which took place in Rio de Janeiro on 20-22 June 2012. The report analyses in detail the Outcome Document of Rio+20, and explains why it is insufficient. Read more.

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Professional Development Activities

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Cultural and Community Partnerships, Faculty of the VCA and MCM, University of Melbourne
Social Practice in the Arts, practice-as-research seminars.
  Selected Tuesdays 3pm-5pm
Art Auditorium, School of Art, Dodds Street, Southbank
Upcoming presenter: Tony Birch, 10 September.
Focusing on the growing prevalence and resonance of 'social practice across the arts and community art. These sessions are aimed at MFA, PhD and other researchers who have an interest in participatory recreational and socially-engaged practices.
Enquiries: Dr James Oliver, Information.
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Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia, 16-19 October 2014
Register now and receive a special discounted rate of $935.75
With an 18-year history the Regional Arts Australia Conference and Festival is joined by an influential network of community developers from across the country and the world – book now For more information see or to discuss payment options (including spreading the cost over two financial years June/July 2013) contact Kelly Jennings, Marketing and Public Relations Manager, Country Arts WA on 08 9200 6200 or via

Office of Aboriginal Affairs Victoria (OAAV)
Training program in Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Management for Registered Aboriginal Party (RAP) Organisations and others working within the Aboriginal cultural heritage industry.

This program consists of an introductory 3-day workshop entitled Past and Present followed by an accredited Certificate.
This year two 3-day workshops will be offered to introduce the larger course of training and build on existing cultural heritage skills and knowledge. This will be followed by a 9 week Certificate IV level training course delivered by La Trobe University. To be eligible to take part in the Certificate IV program you must complete one of OAAV’s 3-day workshops.
The dates: Trawool (near Seymour)  August 6th to 8th, 2013 and Stonelea (near Alexandra)     September 3rd to 5th, 2013 - 
Information: Dr Christina Pavlides, Heritage Sector Support Aboriginal Affairs Victoria on 03 9208 3279 or 0419 353 804.

Arts Health Institute National Convention
Thursday 5 September 2013 to Friday 6 September 2013
Luna Park, Milsons Point, Sydney
This convention is for managers, therapists, clinicians and care assistants as well as artists, researchers, policymakers, educators and all who have an interest in taking a positive approach in advancing the quality of care for the aged. Information.
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Artscape's Free 2013 Webinar Series
Artscape (Canada) is pleased to announce the launch of its free 2013 Webinar Series: “New Models for Cultural Space Development”. Registration now open!  Topics include: Developing Sustainable Cultural Space: Multi-Tenant Arts Centres 101, Making Space for Creativity: Designing for Collaboration, Shared Spaces, Shared Values: Building Partnerships for Community Cultural Hubs and School’s Out: Repurposing Surplus Schools as Cultural Spaces

The University of British Columbia Canada; Foundations of Cultural Planning Course
Trace the history of the concept and practice of cultural planning from the origins of the Town and Country Planning Movement to its present-day application and development in North America, Australasia, Europe and the Asia-Pacific Region. Information. 

International Summer School In Cultural Economics, July 17 -21, Amsterdam
Organised by the Centre for Research in Arts and Economics (CREARE) and Erasmus Academie, with the aim of advancing knowledge in cultural economics and its application to practice.

21st ENCATC National Conference
Rethinking Education in Arts and Cultural Management

5-7 November 2013
Antwerp, Belgium. Information.

6th World Summit on Arts and Culture, Creative Times: new models for cultural development.
13-16 January 2014
The Summit will address how globalisation, shifts in social and economic development and new forms of communication are generating an array of challenges and opportunities within the cultural field, and on how this is impacting on the development of our societies and nations. Registration for the World Summit will open in June this year. Information.

8th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research
University of Hildesheim, Germany
9 September 2014 to 12 September 2014
ICCPR2014 aims to provide a space for exploring cultural policies, their meanings, roles and impact in an interdisciplinary and international environment. This ICCPR2014 exploration is not restricted to the contemporary period, or any geographical area.
For more conferences and events, visit >
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New Resources

Growing Young Minds: How Museums and Libraries Create Lifelong Learners, Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), June 2013, USA

This new report calls upon policymakers, practitioners, and parents to make full use of libraries and museums, and the skills and talents of those who work in them, to close knowledge and opportunity gaps and give all children a strong start in learning.

New Report: Culture and Community Revitalization: the Executive Summary
By Hayley Roberts, June 14, 2013

New Article: Is the Role of the Curator Evolving by Erinn Roos-Brown.

New Article: What is Museum? by Tegan Kehoe

Arts Access Australia
New Report: Art works: arts employment for people with disability

A lack of inclusive and accessible employment and leadership opportunities are some of the most significant barriers remaining for people with disability to be able to engage fully and equally in Australian society.
This report captures the results from national research into employment levels, barriers and strategies around employment in the arts for people with disability.
Produced in response to a key focus area of the National Arts and Disability Strategy, the research was funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport managed by Arts Access Australia and undertaken by DADAA Inc.

New Video: Australia Council for the Arts, Community Partnerships
Announce that in conjunction with the new Structured Mentorships category the first video Community Partnerships: Experiential Collaborations exploring mentorships. Information.  Interested in learning more about Structured Mentorships please contact Lucy Mendelssohn on 02 9215 9025.

Australian Centre for Excellence in Local Government
Community Wellbeing Indicators: Measures for Local Government
This paper outlines key research and initiatives around community wellbeing indicators, and includes a 'community wellbeing indicators survey template' that can be adapted for use by local governments nationally to measure, analyse and assess the progress of community wellbeing.

VicHealth, Talking the Difference
Talking Difference is a digital project designed to facilitate dialogue about cultural difference and promote diversity.
The project is funded through VicHealth's 'Arts About Us' program and further extends three years' work by Museum Victoria staff around race-based discrimination in Victorian communities. View the new website www.museumvictoria/talkingdifference

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Regional Development Victoria
Putting Locals First Program

The Putting Locals First Program (PLFP) component of the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) is a $100 million initiative designed to enable regional communities to devise and deliver service and infrastructure responses which reflect local priorities. The PLFP will support stronger and more sustainable regional communities by building their capacity to drive development in their region. Information.

Changes to Arts Victoria  funding programs
Changes to the Victorian Government’s arts funding programs  includes the introduction of a new contestable grants program, VicArts grants and a Strategic Initiatives area which will umbrella a range of targeted activities. Detailed guidelines are being developed will be available on Arts Victoria’s website from July 2013.
The activities of the Strategic Initiatives area will include:
A new initiative focused on furthering Victoria’s cultural engagement with Asia (further details to be announced - stay tuned to eNews)
Indigenous Arts Development (including the annual Victorian Indigenous Arts Awards)
Education Partnerships – including the Artists in Schools and Extended School Residencies programs
City of Literature initiatives, including the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards
The Government’s four year commitment to strengthening the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Read more.

Australia Council for the Arts, Community Partnerships Grants
Applications close 6 September, 2013
Projects Funding
These grants provide funding for individuals, groups and organisations to develop and implement community arts and cultural development projects with a range of partners. These projects may or may not have a public outcome. Consideration of an evaluation strategy is recommended. Information.
Projects with Public Outcomes
These grants provide funding for community arts and cultural development projects that have strong public presentation outcomes and involve both arts and non-arts partners. Information.
Career Pathways - Structured Mentorships
These new grants support tailored mentorship arrangements that build the skills and capacities of practitioners at different stages of their career in identified areas that contribute to the sustainability and quality of community arts and cultural development practice. Information.

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Arts Events: Exhibitions, Performing Arts, Media and Programs


Arts Access Victoria
Beyond Tolerance: Disability, Advocacy and the Arts public forum

ANZ Pavilion, Arts Centre Melbourne
Monday 22nd July, 2013 6.30 – 8.30 pm
RSVPs essential to: by 19th July 2013
The forum will be Auslan interpreted, captioned and audio-described. Please advise of any additional access requirements with your RSVP. Information

Melbourne University International Student Theatre Event
Life's a Gamble.

Wednesday 17 July, 10am-12pm (including free lunch and panel discussion)
RMIT Kaleide Theatre, 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Life’s a Gamble is an exciting theatre piece involving International Students from Melbourne University.
Register. Information: (03) 9418 9913,

Multicultural Arts Victoria and Drum Theatre with the support of the City of Greater Dandenong
Emerge @ The Drum Concert

Saturday July 20th 2013, 2pm- 4:30pm
Drum Theatre, 226 Lonsdale St, Dandenong
A concert showcasing the diverse cultural riches of Dandenong. Information.

Gertrude St Projection Festival
19 - 28 July each night 6.00pm - midnight
Gertrude St, Fitzroy
Free CCD event with projection works by Melbourne community groups and all levels of artists in one great community. Information.

Bayside City Council
The Galley, Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre

22 June - 18 August 2013
Midwinter Masters 2013 Featuring Artists: Russell Drysdale, Sidney Nolan, Clifton Pugh, Noel Counihan, Gordon Bennett, Penny Byrne, Jon Cattapan and Judy Watson. Information.

Wyndham Art Gallery, Werribee
RIVER - share your story

Exhibition: 10 July – 18 August
Wyndham Art Gallery invites you to share your stories about the backbone of Wyndham, the Werribee River. You can bring drawings, pictures or write a story on site, about your experiences and memories of the river. Your stories will form part of an ongoing installation in the Gallery which will wrap up with a celebratory closing party - on Wednesday August 14th. Information.

Multicultural Arts Victoria and the Fo Guang Yuan Art Gallery present
Faces - Features of an urban, African Australia

A new visual art exhibition by Melbourne artist Tamirat Gebremariam
Opening: Thursday 8th August 2013 at 6:30 for a 7pm start
Exhibition: 7 - 28 August 2013
Gallery Hours: Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm
Fo Guang Yuan Art Gallery, 141 Queen Street, Melbourne. Information.

Mornington Peninsula Shire Council
ARTALK - A Paella Luncheon is being hosted by The Mornington Peninsula Shire and organised by Cherie Leeden
September 8 at The Park Pavilion Flinders Drive Mornington
Speakers: Geoff Carson, Manager Libraries and Culture to discuss the Arts and Culture Strategy and Linda Newton, Consultant, Arts and Cultural Services Australia to outline the Facilities Audit Developmental Plan.
R.S.V.P: by Expression of Interest and due by the 19th July to
Cost: $15 will be required after you receive your attendance confirmation.

Wild@heART Community Arts
Saturday afternoon, 1-5pm from July 20.
Creeds Farm, North Epping
Creative arts programs for people with disabilities. The workshops are fun and engaging and participants will learn how to tell their own stories through drawing, puppetry, film, theatre and music. 
Information:  9326 9970 or Information email

New South Wales

Australia Council for the Arts, Community Partnerships
Invitation to the exhibition launch of Symbiosis: Living through Art.

Exhibition: 23 July - 4 September
Rover Thomas Auditorium, Ground Floor - Australia Council for the Arts
Symbiosis: Living through Art  showcases  the excellence of innovative community arts and cultural development practice that has been supported by Community Partnerships at the Australia Council for the Arts.
Curated by Rusaila Bazlamit, this exhibition will bring together recent screen-based work, new writing, music, theatre and visual arts projects that have been co-created by artists working in collaboration with diverse communities around Australia. Exhibition Launch Tuesday 23 July 2013, 3pm. Please RSVP by email to by Tuesday 16 July 2013

Accessible Arts NSW
Disability Awareness Training essential for arts sector

Thursday July 18, 1.00pm to 5.00pm - afternoon tea provided
Accessible Arts Training Room, Pier 4, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
Learn about the legal and cultural definition of disability, the realities of disability experience and issues of access in an arts context.
Corporate and Government - $100pp, Community and Small Business - $70pp RSVP: Amanda Tink, (02) 9251 6499 ext 106, or
Accessible venue and facilities, further accessible services upon request. Information.

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY:  Youth Arts Program Mentor, Lospalos, Timor-Leste

The Youth Arts Program Mentor is an exciting opportunity for a self-motivated youth-oriented arts worker. The position is to support local program staff in the newly established Centre for Traditional and Contemporary Arts and Culture in Lospalos, a small regional town in the east of Timor-Leste.  Responsibilities will include determining staff training needs and delivering training, and establishing a program of activity across all the artforms.  This project is a collaboration between the Directorate of Culture, Government of Timor-Leste and Australian-based NGO Many Hands International (MHI). This 12 month position is supported by the Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development Program, and the volunteer receives a generous volunteer allowance, travel and insurance costs, language training and ongoing support.

Closing date for applications: 21 July 2013, for mobilisation in late 2013.
Enquiries about Many Hands International: Director Kim Dunphy on

Collaboration between Afalyca Community Art Centre, Baucau, Timor and the Box Hill Community Arts Centre (BHCACseeks support.
These two organisations will be holding a joint exhibition in celebration of the United Nations International Year of Water Cooperation.  Artwork will be displayed in the BHCAC gallery from 15 – 27 October 2013.  Afalyca are seeking financial support for students to travel to Melbourne to attend the exhibition. If you can assist in achieving this life changing event for Afalyca students – please contact BHCAC on 9895 8888.


CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Art in Odd Places 2013
Presented by Warringah and Manly Councils at Dee Why Beach 14th & 15th & The Corso Manly 21st & 22nd September

Art in Odd Places (AiOP) invites imaginative proposals for its first public art and performance festival in Australia. We welcome disciplinary diversity visual/installation, performance, time-based media, virtual/gaming. We encourage projects that explore this location’s history and heterogeneity, and that actively engage the public realm. This year’s theme is NUMBER. Measure. Telephone. Formula. Time. Code. Money. We are seeking project proposals that will subtly disrupt pedestrians from their predictable paths and move them towards a new awareness of their everyday environment.
Closing date: 12 July. More information:  

Arts Victoria

Register now for the 2014 Artists in Schools Information Sessions
Artists in Schools provides  opportunities for professional artists to work with young people in Victorian primary and secondary schools.
Arts Victoria’s Education Partnership staff are holding a series of free Artists in Schools information sessions across Victoria for artists and teachers interested in the program. Information.

Victorian Indigenous Art Awards
Entry Deadline: 5pm, Friday 30 August 2013
An art award program developed by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria and presented by the Art Gallery of Ballarat open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
The awards are designed to showcase and raise the profile of Victoria's Aboriginal and Torres Strait artists and art from south-eastern Australia, develop partnerships within the sector, and facilitate economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. Information

Education & Public Programs Coordinator, The Substation, Williamstown, Victoria
Deadline for applications: 5pm Monday 15th July 2013
The Substation is thrilled to announce the development of a pilot Education & Public Programs program in 2013/14. This new initiative will be see the development of program content based on The Substation Gallery & its exhibition program, as well as Performance Program outcomes. Whilst the main focus of this pilot will be on the delivery of arts education content to secondary and primary schools, the role will also work with other Substation staff to develop dynamic series of Public Programs targeting both the general public and specific industry professional development outcomes. Job  Description.

The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize has opened the call for entries for the 13th annual Prize.
Call for Entries close 5.00pm AEST 26 July 2013
Prize awards a total of $13,000. Finalists announced mid August 2013. Public Exhibition 26 October - 10 November 2013
Information Contact Jo Jansyn on 9391 7135 or

Box Hill Community Arts Centre Exhibition and Venue Hire
Now accepting applications for 2014 Exhibitions and Venue Hire.
Visit for download applications or phone 9895 8888.
City of Melbourne
Signal's Expression of Interest Program is now open. Closing date: July 29, 2013
Signal's Expression of Interest (EOI) Program provides an opportunity for artists and arts organisations to propose new projects to undertake at Signal as part of its creative arts program for young people. New ideas and proposals are welcome from artists and organisations of all disciplines for projects that engage young people 13 to 20 years. The Signal EOI Program supports artist fees and material expenses up to $15,000. Information session: Tuesday 9 July, 4pm. Information.

Australian Performing Arts Market, Applications Open Now
Brisbane, 18 - 22 February
Are you an Australian or New Zealand based performing artist or company looking for national and international touring and development opportunities? Then apply now to showcase, pitch and promote your work at APAM 2014.
As a successful applicant, you will have the unique opportunity to introduce your work to presenters, producers and buyers from across Australia and overseas, and explore national and international touring and development opportunities. Information.

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Figures are Us: book-keeping and HR contract services
We specialise in bookkeeping for the not for profit sector as well as architects, artists and those in the film industry. Our services include payroll, data entry, financial reporting, cash flow projections, budgeting and preparation of books for your accountant or auditor. We are situated in Hampton but have clients all over Victoria. We've provided excellent service to the Cultural Development Network since 2005. Mobile: 0419 754 797

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.

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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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