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Horace Petty Estate Social Atlas 2010

Horace Petty Estate Social Atlas 2010

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Published by Michael Chew
This project researched life on the Horace Petty public housing estate through creative engagement activities, and through doing so, developed a ‘social atlas’ documenting the meaning of relationships, experiences of place, and the wealth of human resources present among the residents on the estate. The purpose was to provide some insight as to how a longer-term community development project might be established at the Horace Petty Estate. I coordinated the creative engagement.
This project researched life on the Horace Petty public housing estate through creative engagement activities, and through doing so, developed a ‘social atlas’ documenting the meaning of relationships, experiences of place, and the wealth of human resources present among the residents on the estate. The purpose was to provide some insight as to how a longer-term community development project might be established at the Horace Petty Estate. I coordinated the creative engagement.

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Published by: Michael Chew on Apr 05, 2013
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The HoracePetty
EstateSocialAtlas
 
2The Horace Petty Estate Social Atlas
Contents
 AcknowledgementsIntroductionMethodologyThe contextThe stories
i) The Peopleii) The Skillsiii) The Servicesiv) The Community Groups
RecommendationsReferences
 
3The Horace Petty Estate Social Atlas
Acknowledgements
The Port Phillip Community Group wishes toacknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Land onwhich this report was written.We also want to acknowledge the financial contribution of the City of Stonnington towards theinitial mapping of the Horace Petty Estate.We extend our thanks to the residents of the Estate for their time, their stories and participation in the creationof this Report.In particular, we wish to thank Anna Ruffat,chairperson of the South Yarra Tenants Association;Milan Melisik for his ongoing commitment to promoting the project; Ursula Bayer for the continued support,Yargeniy Krepky and Bob (aka god) for volunteering for just about anything.Special thanks to Michael Chew for his artistic and creative input, Judy Avisar for sharing her knowledgeand contacts on the Estate and Nick Gabb for hissupport and his unswerving dedication to the young  people residing at the Horace Petty Estate.

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