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Barkly Arts Communities at ALA, Nov'05
Barkly Arts Communities at ALA, Nov'05
Barkly Arts Communities at ALA, Nov'05
Barkly Arts Communities at ALA, Nov'05
Barkly Arts Communities at ALA, Nov'05
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Barkly Arts Communities at ALA, Nov'05

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Catherine Curry from CHARTTES, the Training Advisory Council for Indigenous Artists in Northern Territory, gave this presentation at Adult Learning Australia Conference, November '05.

Catherine Curry from CHARTTES, the Training Advisory Council for Indigenous Artists in Northern Territory, gave this presentation at Adult Learning Australia Conference, November '05.

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  • 1. CHARTTES Training Advisory Council Inc
    • Barkly Creative Communities
  • 2. The Barkly project Idea
    • Existing strong and vibrant arts Community
    • NAISDA and ATYP running performance and dance workshops
    • Interest in E-Learning to enhance ‘face to face’ training, strengthen network and investigate potential for the community
  • 3. Australian Theatre for Young People Barkly Arts Julalikari Arts CHARTTES Batchelor Institute NAISDA Dance College BARKLY Creative Community Nyinkka Nyunyu Department Education Employment & Training
  • 4. Project Aim
    • To utilise innovative e-learning technology to strengthen and enhance the performing and visual arts community in the Barkly region. 
    • Strengthen and empower participants through the development of e-learning and formalising of e-learning networks. 
    • Decrease reliance on external trainers and be able to make more decisions on how, why and when training should be delivered.
    • Delivery of e-learning professional development workshops followed by ‘real’ practice opportunities during the delivery of performing and visual arts training. 
  • 5. What did we do?
    • ‘ Taster’ workshops – all things ‘e’
    • Developed areas of interest – digital stories, msn messenger, internet surfing, video assessment, artist profiles
    • Still to come - virtual performances and tours with other communities
  • 6. Outcomes (so far…)
    • Created an e-learning spark – demand and desire to learn more
    • E-learning tools used to promote artists and their work
    • Increased communication channels within community and beyond
    • Enhanced blended style of training delivery
    • More choice for participation in training – what, where, when and how
    • Some interest in accredited training
    • Pride in being part of community and showcasing their work
    • Increased access to information and knowledge

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