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Creative Sustainability :: Place, People, Product, Potential, Partnership + Pollinating

PROJECTS | New work

We are currently gearing up for a new round of projects and involvements. John is consulting to a major new Indigenous enterprise based in regional Australia. The initiative aims to enhance employment and economic development outcomes for Indigenous communities. The project involves negotiations and potential partnerships between Traditional Custodians, research institutes and prospective investors. John is working on strategic planning, business development and partnership brokering. More information about this major initiative will be available in the near future.

Also, later this month, we will be participating in The Homesickness School as guest speakers. The Homesickness School is an incubator for participatory public art projects in Logan City that will be ‘inhabited’ by nine local artists with the convenors, Elizabeth Woods and Kevin Leong. Its objective is to create an optimal environment for the development and production of six temporary public art projects in Logan City, and to build a practical, self-propelling foundation for the production of future creative projects.

Linda has also been commissioned by the national arts magazine Artlink to write a piece addressing public art, sustainability and place. This issue will be the first under the editorship of Eve Sullivan, who replaces founding editor Stephanie Britton.

Finally, don’t forget that Long Time, No See? will be launching at The Cube on Saturday 5 July from 10am until 1pm. Pop in to see the visualisation on the media walls, contribute your own walk, and talk to the project team.

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