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DP170104255-2017/01 Urban Cultural Policy and the Changing Dynamics of Cultural Production Position Paper (August 2017)
DP170104255-2017/02 Made in Marrickville: Enterprise and Cluster Dynamics at the Creative Industries-Manufacturing Interface, Carrington Road precinct (August 2017) (Update version: 20 September 2017)
Gibson, C (2017) Interview with Sarah Macdonald, ABC Radio Sydney Morning Show, 1 September 2017
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