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Key collaborations

The Institute for Professional Practice in Heritage and the Arts is involved in key collaborative projects and initiatives designed to advance aspects of professional practice in the heritage and arts sectors.

These collaborations with government agencies, communities, researchers and practitioners will develop innovative approaches and address important issues in policy and practice.

The key collaborations are:

  • The Centre for Native Title Anthropology
  • Songlines of the Western Desert
  • Getty Conservation Institute
  • Australian Heritage Council
  • Australia ICOMOS
  • Department of Parliamentary Services, Parliament of Australia
  • Federal Department of Environment
  • Port Arthur Historic Sites Authority
  • Kakadu National Park Cultural Heritage
  • UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Program
  • NSW Parks and Wildlife Service - Southern Ranges Region
  • Aboriginal Heritage Tasmania
  • Blue Mud Bay - Buku'tjuwu Miyarriya Rom Two Way Learning Centre
  • Namunidjbuk Estate
  • Injalak Arts and Crafts Centre
  • National Library of Australia - Oral History and Folklore
  • Four Winds Festival, Bermagui, NSW
  • Central Land Council - supporting indingenous owners to manage cultural heritage

Updated: 23 July 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Director, RSHA / Page Contact:  IPPHA administration