EXPERTISE - AT A GLANCE
Partnership development & brokerage
Impact evaluation & documentation
Education & research
Achievements included 40 inter-sectoral partnerships in 6 countries, 22 new artworks involving 50 collaborating artists, and primary engagement with over 45,000 people.
Sustainable Living Project, with its annual design & innovation competition, was awarded Finalist in 2001 Eureka Prizes, Science, Communication & Journalism Category (Environmental Education).
The tourism start-up project with Blue Poles Cafe & Gallery, in Port Macquarie's hinterland, included securing a $100,000 government grant for industry and regional development.
NUCLEAR FUTURES international arts and cultural program delivered 16 linked community development projects with atomic survivor communities to produce a suite of new story-based creative works and legacy impact.
The 45 international partnerships included Maralinga Tjarutja Aboriginal communities in South Australia, nuclear veteran families, and cultural, arts, government, academic and community organisations.
Hosted by Alphaville & funded by the Australia Council for the Arts.
Image: Immersive projection installation
LIST OF WORKS
Image credits: Jessie Boylan, Lisa Redpath, Tony Kearney, Danni Marwick.