ItemSome Reviews and Interviews on Katyń_Jim Daly 2021(2021) Jim Daly ItemCinema Advertisement - for Joe Whitehouse's upholstering business(Monks and Blanks Ltd, Slides, Adelaide, 1953) Joe Whitehouse and Barbara Howe ItemPhotos from the special performance of 'Coranderrk', performed on Country at Coranderrk Station(2016-02-21) Jim DalyPhotos from the special performance of 'Coranderrk' - performed on country at the Coranderrk Station in an open-air stage in one of the paddocks near the old Station Manager's house (at 6.30pm). In 1881, the people of the Coranderrk Aboriginal Station took on the Board for the Protection of Aborigines in a fight for justice, dignity and self-determination. Today, we bring their voices back to life through a verbatim reading and live performance of their testimonies before the Coranderrk Parliamentary Inquiry. Coranderrk: We Will Show The Country pays tribute to the resilience and adaptability of a people who rose to the challenge despite all odds, and celebrates the spirit of friendship and genuine collaboration between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in pursuit of justice. ItemReport on Organisations within AusStage containing the words 'Arts' and 'Council'(2010-11-18T23:40:43Z) Milne, GeoffreyThere have been a number of arts-support organisations in Australia – some still in existence – with the words 'Arts' and/or 'Council' in their titles. Most of these are Australian-based organisations; others are the 'Arts Councils' of various other countries whose support has been applied to companies and artists visiting and touring Australia. AusStage houses a wide number of records in which will be found 'arts councils' (of various kinds, and from several different countries) – usually as 'Grant Bodies' and/or 'Touring Bodies' – listed among Associated Organisations. ItemReport on Government Arts Support Bodies as Organisations associated with Event records within AusStage: Grant Bodies.(2010-11-10T22:32:24Z) Milne, Geoffrey ItemThe 'National Theatre' / 'National Theatre Movement'(2010-07-30T04:40:20Z) Milne, GeoffreyThe National Theatre Movement was founded in Melbourne in 1935 by Australian opera singer Gertrude Johnson on her return to Australia from England.