Investigations into the role of the enabling environment in supporting indigenous economic development: a case study of remote community aboriginal and Torres Strait islander art centres 2007–2013
Congreve, Susan Margaret
Dr Michael Alfred Dockery
Prof. John Burgess
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John Curtin Institute of Public Policy
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres across regional and remote Australia support the contemporary cultural expression of more than 14,000 artists and are a significant part of the local economies in their communities. This thesis explores how government policies and programs have impacted on art centres, with the aim of better understanding the enabling environment in which art centres operate and why they have succeeded to the degree they have.
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