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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 Same but Different : Growing New Audiences for the Performing Arts in Regional Australia
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  • Epigraph: I had absolutely no idea of the amazing depth and variety of culture that makes its way up the Queensland coast. I had thought I might have been moving to the 'deep north' but am pleasantly surprised. I have been able to encourage southern friends that a move to Mackay doesn't mean a move to a cultural wasteland. (Talking Theatre participant)

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    y separately published work icon 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. 219-235
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  • Mackay, Mackay - Sarina area, Marlborough - Mackay - Townsville area, Queensland,
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