Issue Details: First known date: 2015 2015
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'Paul Carter's chapter...considers the interconnectedness of Indigenous and non-Indigenous presence in regional communities. Carter focuses on the deserts of central Australia in his work...He explores how storytelling and place-making affect sociability and community in profound ways. His chapter opens a window to ways in which change might be achieved through negotiation across time and space to connect people from both Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. Based on a collaborative project with community members, Carter traces the transformation of stories into places and services that reflect community identities and needs.' (Introduction 7-8)

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    y Creative Communities : Regional Inclusion & the Arts Janet McDonald (editor), Robert Mason (editor), Bristol : Intellect , 2015 9544713 2015 anthology criticism

    'This is the first major collection to reimagine and analyse the role of the creative arts in building resilient and inclusive regional communities. Bringing together Australia's leading theorists in the creative industries,as well as case studies from practitioners working in the creative and performing arts and new material from targeted research projects, the book reconceptualizes the very meaning of regionalism and the position–and potential–of creative spaces in non-metropolitan centres.' (Publication summary)

    Bristol : Intellect , 2015
    pg. 16-29
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Subjects:
  • Central Australia,
  • Alice Springs, Southern Northern Territory, Northern Territory,
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