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Arts 4 All

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    where art is for everyone.

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    of people with a disability

 

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Crossroad Arts collaboratively develops opportunities for people with disability and those in aged care to access and participate in the arts...

 
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We create partnerships with communities across Queensland and the Asia Pacific region to tell stories about those communities....

 
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People with disabilities, those in aged care and professional artists who join with us in these programs...

 

 
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Participation in the arts can transform people's lives. It strengthens how people feel about themselves and each other...

 

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This is a film from the Troika Project organized by Steve Mayer Miller, The Crossroad Arts. 去年、オーストラリアの荒野と湖で撮影。この二つの振付というかアイデアは僕が出しました。編集はSteveさんとKyla Rangerさんが行いました。完成後インドネシアの作曲家・音楽家Gardika Gigih Pradiptaさんが音楽を加えました。今週と来週、奈良と大阪とでこのプロジェクトの上映会を行います。
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15:29 27-01-2016
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Photographer Trevor Duffy prepares his first photo exhibition at Crossroad Art's exhibition foyer at the Parish Hall in Gordon Street. It forms part of The TRAILS exhibition containing paintings, film and photographs, documenting people's individual and collective life journeys along the trails and tracks of Queensland. The exhibition is curated by emerging young artist Kyla Ranger who worked with over 20 participants from Excelcare and Bluecare for several weeks.
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07:30 10-12-2015
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Last nights screening of BLUE was a great success! Don't miss the final film White, where three colours come together. The passion of red, the reverence on white and the unity of blue as artists from Australia, Japan and Indonesia come together and perform on the big screen.
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01:19 03-12-2015
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