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Sandra Kirkwood

Sandra Kirkwood

Sandra Kirkwood has worked in the health, education, and disability sectors for the last 25 years as an occupational therapist, disability project officer, allied health consultant and equity and diversity consultant. In 2009 Sandra completed a Research Higher Degree at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. Sandra has completed a number of music projects with communities in Ipswich that were funded by Ipswich City Council and Arts Queensland. Information on current music projects is available at www.musichealth.com.au.

Equity, Diversity and Access to Performing Arts

Australia’s performing arts provide performance opportunities, training, and avenues for people to engage with heritage and culture. A culture that includes equity and diversity principles in music and other performing arts can improve capability and generate new ways of providing

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Purga Music Museum

The Purga Music Museum is a meeting place for display and performance of local music heritage and culture. The museum opened in 2003 near Ipswich, Queensland. This display includes information about Harold Blair, a renowned tenor who grew up on

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Music Health Map

Health is integral to every aspect of the music industry, such as: adapting to impairment of body structure and disease enhancing functional ability to be able to participate in music activities optimising environments to support music health and well-being promoting

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