The Resource Dreaming tracks : history of the Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Scheme, 1972-1979 | its place in the continuum of Australian Indigenous dance and the contribution of its African American founder Carole Y. Johnson, Raymond S. Robinson (Wanaga)

Dreaming tracks : history of the Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Scheme, 1972-1979 | its place in the continuum of Australian Indigenous dance and the contribution of its African American founder Carole Y. Johnson, Raymond S. Robinson (Wanaga)

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Dreaming tracks : history of the Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Scheme, 1972-1979 | its place in the continuum of Australian Indigenous dance and the contribution of its African American founder Carole Y. Johnson
Title
Dreaming tracks
Title remainder
  • history of the Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Scheme, 1972-1979
  • its place in the continuum of Australian Indigenous dance and the contribution of its African American founder Carole Y. Johnson
Statement of responsibility
Raymond S. Robinson (Wanaga)
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Documents the history of the Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Scheme (AISDS) from 1972 to 1979; the beginnings of urban dance; the early workshops and the first work 'The Challenge - Embassy Dance'; establishment of the Aboriginal Arts Board; Black Theatre Arts and Cultural Centre; implementation of the Six Week Aboriginal-Islander Cultural and Performing Arts Training Program in 1975; setting up of the Careers in Dance course by Carole Johnson; curriculum and relationship with the Lardil people; funding problems in 1976 and dedication of the Director and founding students; Aboriginal and Islander Dance Theatre performances in 1977, including tours to Queensland communities; accreditation; changing choreography due to input from Elders, for example 'The Rainbow Serpent' by Lardil Elder, Henry Peters, used traditional movements and music in a contemporary theatre style; recruitment and hostel accommodation for students; summary of accomplishments of the AISDS
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Robinson, Raymond S
Dissertation note
Thesis--M.A. (Hons. (Performance))--University of Western Sydney, 2000.
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  • Johnson, Carole Y
  • Maza, Bob
  • Fisher, Betty
  • Jumawan, Lucy
  • Watson, Ron
  • Randall, Dorethea
  • Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Scheme
  • Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre
  • National Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Association
  • Dance
  • Dance companies
  • Aboriginal Australians in the performing arts
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Dreaming tracks : history of the Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Scheme, 1972-1979 | its place in the continuum of Australian Indigenous dance and the contribution of its African American founder Carole Y. Johnson, Raymond S. Robinson (Wanaga)
Link
https://web.archive.org/web/20061209143757/http://library.uws.edu.au/adt-NUWS/public/adt-NUWS20030812.173703
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography : v. 1 p. 202-209
Contents
Vol. 2: Photocopies of source documents
Extent
2 volumes
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
R.S. Robinson
Stock number
MAR03/165
Label
Dreaming tracks : history of the Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Scheme, 1972-1979 | its place in the continuum of Australian Indigenous dance and the contribution of its African American founder Carole Y. Johnson, Raymond S. Robinson (Wanaga)
Link
https://web.archive.org/web/20061209143757/http://library.uws.edu.au/adt-NUWS/public/adt-NUWS20030812.173703
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography : v. 1 p. 202-209
Contents
Vol. 2: Photocopies of source documents
Extent
2 volumes
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
R.S. Robinson
Stock number
MAR03/165

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