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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 12 Hansard (28 October) . . Page.. 5364..


disaggregating the data sets to present a clear picture of what progress is being made for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

(2) A decision has not yet been made on who will conduct the research or when it will be occurring. This is currently being considered along with other long term actions in the Strategic Plan.

(3) The Department of Education and Training is convening the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Transition Leadership Group. This group will coordinate providers to better support the transition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people. The Australian Government's School Business Community Partnership Brokers program is designed to work positively with schools, employers and the community to broker such partnerships. The Department of Education and Training is working with the ACT and Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry to support the establishment of these partnerships.

Arts—funding (Question No 1184)

Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for the Arts and Heritage, upon notice, on 21 September 2010 (redirected to the Acting Minister for the Arts and Heritage):

(1) In relation to each work of public art purchased or commissioned under the percent-for-art scheme since it started, (a) what is the title of the work of art, (b) where is it located, (c) what is the name of the artist, (d) what is the artist's state/territory or, if outside Australia, country of residence, (e) what was the cost of the work of art, (f) what was the total installed cost of the work of art and (g) what recurrent budget has been set for maintenance of the work of art.

(2) In relation to the remaining funding under the percent-for-art scheme, for 2010-11 and the forward years, (a) how much is available for yet to be purchased or commissioned works of art, (b) when will those funds be spent, (c) how many works are under consideration for purchase or commissioning and (d) what is the total installed cost for those works.

(3) Were any works of public art purchased or commissioned using government funds outside the funds allocated under the percent-for-art scheme in the time since the scheme started; if so, in relation to each work of public art purchased or commissioned, (a) what is the title of the work of art, (b) where is it located, (c) what is the name of the artist, (d) what is the artist's state/territory or, if outside Australia, country of residence, (e) what was the cost of the work of art, (f) what was the total installed cost of the work of art, (g) what recurrent budget has been set for maintenance of the work of art and (h) what process was followed to acquire the work of art.

(4) Has the Government provided funding to non-government entities to assist them to acquire works of public art in the time since the percent-for-art scheme started; if so, (a) to which entities was the funding provided, (b) how much was provided to each entity, (c) when was the funding provided, (d) what was the selection process used to determine which entities should receive the funding, (e) in relation to each work of art acquired by each entity using the funding provided by the Government, (i) what is the title of the work of art, (ii) where is it located, (iii) what is the name of the artist, (iv)


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