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22 JUNE 2013

The NFSA Life In Australia Series

Fig.1 James Jeffrey (1966). "Life In Australia: Adelaide": 20.25 Minutes. Made by The Commonwealth Film Unit / Department of Immigration 1966. Directed by James Jeffrey. A picture of life in the South Australian capital of Adelaide in the mid 1960s, social, commercial and recreational.
Fig.2 "Life In Australia: Brisbane", Fig.3 "Guide To Canberra", Fig.4 "Darwin – Doorway To Australia", Fig.5 "Life In Australia: Hobart", Fig.6 "Life In Australia: Melbourne", Fig.7 "Life In Australia: Perth", Fig.8 "Life In Australia: Sydney".

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1960s1966Adelaideadvertising imagesaudio and visual heritageaudiovisual archiveAustralia • Australian capital cities • Australian culture • Australian Department of Immigration • Australian ScreenBrisbaneCanberracommercial sector • Commonwealth Film Unit • cultural life • Darwin • Eric Thompson • European Australianseveryday cultureGreat Britain • Hobart • idylidyllic imageimmigrantimmigration • James Jeffrey • life in Australia • Life in Australia Series • lifestyleMelbourneNational Archives of AustraliaNational Film and Sound ArchivenewsreelNFSAPerthportrait of everyday liferecreational activitiessocial sectorSouth AustraliaSydney • ten pound pom • ten pound tourist • UK • welcoming immigrants • white Australia policy

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Simon Perkins
19 NOVEMBER 2012

Sky Arts Futures Fund: competitive arts funding to make it happen

Applications open on 25th September and close on 19th December 2012.

"Sky Arts also seeks to connect with culture on the ground, supporting and investing in the arts from leading organisations to emerging artists in the UK and Ireland through the Sky Arts Ignition Series. The Futures Fund is part of the Sky Arts Ignition Series and offers five artists each year £30,000 plus mentoring to help you develop your creative practice. ...

Whether you want to direct a piece of theatre, choreograph a new dance piece, write a play, record an album, create a sculpture, a live art performance or produce, Sky Arts will give you the time and money to make it happen.They'll also pair you with a mentor from Sky and the arts to help you develop your networks, skills and knowledge in the arts and the commercial sector.

We invite you to submit an application in one of five categories; Theatre, Writing and Performance; Music; Visual Art; Dance; Creative Producer."

(IdeasTap Ltd. UK)

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2012 • artistic ambitions • artsarts funding • arts investment • arts organisations • arts sector • Benedict Cumberbatch • BSkyBchoreographycommercial sectorcreative networkscreative practice • creative producer • creative talentdance • Darcey Bussell • emerging artists • funding ideas • Futures Fund (Sky) • IdeasTap • knowledge and skills • live art performance • make it happen • mentoring • music funding • Nigel Kennedy • nurture and support • off-screen • on-screen • playwriting • record an album • Republic of Ireland • Sky Arts • Sky Arts Ignition • Sky Arts Ignition Series • the artstheatre • time and money • Tracey EminUKvisual arts • writing and performance

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
13 JANUARY 2012

Designit: international strategic design consultancy

"Designit is Europe's largest and most international strategic design consultancy. We create products, services and experiences, across industry sectors and media. Our aim is to create strong and healthy business value through design.

Together, we're a zoo of talented creatives, effective communicators and accomplished business strategists, all working closely together to deliver meaningful design–driven solutions for people, planet and profit."

(Designit)

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siness strategists • business value through design • commercial sector • creatives • cultural probesdesign consultancy • design-driven solutions • Designit • EPIC2008 • Europeanexperience design • media sector • products and servicessocial interaction • strategic design consultancy

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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