The Role of Arts in Social Change in Timor-Leste: Culture and Community Researchers’ Network

Thursday 04/08/11 - Thursday 04/08/11

MHI Director Kim Dunpy's PhD research examines the role of participatory arts in social change in Timor-Leste. Her data comes from case studies of long- and short-term participatory arts initiatives in Timor-Leste, including community music, theatre and visual arts projects. Kim will present her preliminary findings at the Culture and Community Researchers’ Network and talk especially to the outcomes for stakeholders, including participants, artistic leaders, host organisations and the wider community. Issues of concern and challenges arising from the research will also be discussed.

Kim Dunphy (B.A., Grad Dip Movement and Dance, M Ed) is undertaking her PhD research in International and Community Development at Deakin University. Kim is also the Program Manager of the Cultural Development Network and a Director of Many Hands International.
When: Thursday August 4, 3.30-5.30 pm

Where: Cardinia Room, Level 8, CH2, 240 Lt Collins St, Melbourne


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