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The City is seeking an experienced Arts Officer to coordinate, deliver and evaluate key elements within a portfolio of arts and cultural programs including the annual Joondalup Festival.
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An exploration of the book that brought together two film greats, and a manifestation of the passion that cinema inspires.
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The five projects which secured funding for Long Story Short initiative from the ABC and Screen Australia includes Mustafa Needs a Wife, which jumps off the page as a fragment of true blue multiculturalism.
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