Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 Puppetry as Cultural Exchange in Indigenous Communities
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In this conversation, which is based on a paper given by McKendrick at the Second National Puppetry Summit in Hobart, 2006, the focus is mainly on eight projects undertaken in Australia and its territories, some in remote communities and some close to the city of Perth. These projects included 'Werr Dinh Marn' (Lily Ponds), 'Long Tucker, Slow Yarn', Goorlil Niminggarr' (Shadow of the Turtle), 'Island Shadows', 'Limestone Connection' and 'Walyalup Dreaming'.

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    y Australasian Drama Studies Puppetry and Visual Theatre in Australia and New Zealand no. 51 October Peter J. Wilson (editor), 2007 Z1449341 2007 periodical issue 'The genesis of this special focus issue on Puppetry and Visual Theatre in Australia and New Zealand came from the First National Puppet and Animatronics Summit, hel at the Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne in Ocober 2002.' Source: Editorial note by Geoffrey Milne. 2007 pg. 90-103
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