Finding common ground: Musical and social aspects of reconciliation

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Finding common ground: Musical and social aspects of reconciliation

  1. 1. Sandra Kirkwood, PhD Candidate<br />School of Public Health, <br />Griffith University. September 12, 2010.<br />Finding common ground: Musical and social approaches to reconciliation.<br />
  2. 2. Outline:<br />Literature review<br />Model<br />Community consultation<br />Fieldwork and case studies<br />Strategic planning – research stages<br />Issues for discussion<br />
  3. 3. Literature review<br />Closing the gap: demographics and extent of the unmet need.<br />What are the aims and objectives?<br />Sustainable livelihoods – music occupations<br />Pathways to music education and training<br />Music used for social inclusion/health promotion purposes. Cultural leadership.<br />Connections between environment, health promotion, and music.<br />
  4. 4. Sustainable livelihoods PEO model<br />
  5. 5. Community consultation<br />Meetings with stakeholders<br />AIATSIS funding application<br />Informal observations through volunteering<br />Semi-structured interviews<br />Focus groups<br />Analysis of music and motivation<br />
  6. 6. Fieldwork – Bunya Mountains Music Health Symposium<br />Sound-recording in natural environment<br />Music-making in national park<br />Multi-media applications<br />Composition<br />Annual Music Health Symposium<br />
  7. 7. Fieldwork – Darwin Indigenous Music Awards<br />Performance of music relating to Stolen Generations history or reconciliation.<br />Examples of compositions<br />Examples of composers<br />Stated intentions and motivation<br />Procedures for award and recognition.<br />
  8. 8. Purga Elders & Descendants Aboriginal Corporation<br />Festivals to celebrate the lives of members of Stolen Generations.<br />The role of elders, descendants, families and communities in the Purga Music Museum.<br />Composition/performance/recording musical tributes to Stolen Generations.<br />Other musical responses eg. Song for Football team.<br />Publication/performance of music history<br />
  9. 9. Yugambeh Museum and Drumley’s Walk<br />Discussion about ideas for music composition<br />Community education about traditional music on the Drumley’s Walk<br />Teaching children songs in language <br />Yugambeh Corroboree, Southport.<br />Yugambeh Museum – ethnomusicology role<br />Music publication<br />
  10. 10. Inupiat first peoplesCase study<br />Can the PEO model be applied to First People’s lifestyle?<br />Example of connection between music making and environment<br />Example of musical relationships with other species<br />Construction of musical instruments with natural materials<br />Climate change issues that affect people and music making<br />
  11. 11. Strategic planning – Research stages<br />1: Exploration of how to orchestrate reconciliation. Ethics application.<br />2: Scoping music projects with community groups – Reconciliation Action Plans.<br />3: Supporting funding application process.<br />4: Facilitating various musical responses.<br />5: Evaluation of outcomes.<br />6: Reporting on findings.<br />7: Meeting university requirements.<br />
  12. 12. Issues for discussion<br />Connection with population health agendas<br />How to maximise community engagement<br />Extent of partnerships – cross disciplinary<br />Sites for social inclusion/music projects<br />Outcome measurement tools<br />Benefits to stakeholders – personal, community, and university.<br />

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