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PUBLISHED 1ST NOVEMBER
Lauren Carroll Harris
A member of our editorial board, Nick Shimmin, has been quite intrigued with an essay-film by Mark Cousins at the Adelaide Film Festival. The film’s theme of the revolutionary potential for film is compelling; making its effect hard to ignore and its message very clear.
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Arts and Public Life Breakfast 14 August
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Currency House is a not-for-profit association dedicated to stimulating, enriching and advancing the quality and enjoyment of the Australian performing arts.
Our mission is to reassert the value of the performing arts to public life in a climate of change; and to employ the tools of the modern world to do it.
• We publish Platform Papers, an informed quarterly essay series seeking new directions in music, theatre, dance, arts and entertainment, film, television, cultural policy, advocacy. copyright and defamation, arts training and innovation, the creative economy, race relations, young people’s theatre, digital arts.
• We present Arts and Public Life breakfasts to seek common ground between the business community and arts governance. Our speakers’ addresses are posted on the website.
• We publish books and articles on Australian culture, including Indigenous, convict and colonial history that document the contribution of performers to public life
• We conduct public forums and debates on these issues
Katharine Brisbane AM
Chair of Currency House
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Elizabeth Butcher AM
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Choreographer, Literary Events Manager, Director
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General Manager, Credit Management Commonwealth Bank of Australia
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Arts and Media Consultant
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Jo Smith is Executive Director of the Australian Guild of Screen Composers.
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(more on Nick Shimmin)