Read the latest from Project Sisu

Library Leaders

While leadership can be challenging and sometimes difficult, it’s also an opportunity to make a positive difference.READ MORE

Fresh thinking @ local library

Brokered by the State Library of NSW, Taking the Lead 2012 invites public librarians from across the state to learn new leadership skills while exploring different ways of engaging their communities in the experimental hybrid space of the contemporary library. READ MORE

Jung at Work

The film A Dangerous Method, is essentially about the relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, two of the 20th century’s most original thinkers. READ MORE

Shine – a newsletter

Project Sisu and Pro Bono Publico have joined forces to produce the Lifetime Care and Support Scheme’s first newsletter.  The Scheme provides ongoing support to people who have been seriously injured in traffic accidents. READ MORE

Next Gen/Next Decade Libraries

We worked  with 24 university library leaders from Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai in 2011, as part of a leadership program called Next Gen/Next Decade.READ MORE

Taking the Lead

How can public libraries support new migrants, or cross the generational divide with the clever use of social media? READ MORE

CAVAL Library Leadership

We designed two Library Leadership Programs for CAVAL Limited. The first five-month program was conducted in 2008/09, and the second took place in 2010.READ MORE

Homelessness in Sydney

It’s an intractable issue, but the Parramatta Region Homelessness Interagency is tackling it through coordination and collaboration. Federal, state and local agencies, as well as other outreach services and charities, have banded together to share resources and ideas. Project Sisu facilitated the group’s annual review and planning session in June, including the election of a new chairperson.

Client: Parramatta City Council (on behalf of Interagency)

Annie Talvé 2011

Streamlining Sustainabilty

A network of  sustainability pioneers has emerged in the lower Duck River industrial precincts spanning the Paramatta and Auburn local government areas. READ MORE

art + place evaluation

art+place is designed to breathe new life into public spaces, buildings, parks and facilities across Queensland. The Queensland Government has invested $10 million over four years, 2010-2014, towards funding high quality public art throughout the state. The art+place second triennial funding framework is based on a comprehensive program evaluation conducted by Project Sisu.
Annie Talvé and Dr Sally Gray (2009/10)

Arts Victoria Bushfire Arts Recovery Grants

In response to the 2009 Victorian bushfires, Arts Victoria moved quickly to put a grants program in place that would support community healing through the arts. In 2010, we were involved in evaluating the success of the initiative, travelling throughout Victoria to interview grant recipients. We met some fabulous people, including Meg Viney, who worked with the women in bushfire affected Boolarra to create a quilt called ‘A Stitch in Time’.
NSF Consulting – Natalie Fisher and Annie Talvé (2010)

Regional Arts Touring Initiative

A statewide review of the exhibition capacity of Victoria’s art galleries, museums, community museums, and historical societies led to new approaches for the Regional Exhibition Touring Initiative (RETI) for Museums Australia (Victoria).
NSF Consulting –  Natalie Fisher and Annie Talvé (2009)