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media company executive

Dindy Belinda Vaughan, Australian media company executive. Recipient Alumni award for achievement in community service University Sydney, 1996.

Background

Vaughan, Dindy Belinda was born on December 26, 1938 in Sydney, Australia. Daughter of Geoffrey Samuel and Honora Marie Julienne (Duggan) Vaughan.

Education

Bachelor with honors, Sydney University, Australia, 1967. Master of Arts, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, 1970.

Career

Lecturer Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, 1973—1974. Contract lecturer Footscray Institute of Technology (now Victoria University of Technology), 1974—1983. Academy assessor Deakin University, Geelong, Australia, 1983—1996.

Director Yanagang Public (formerly Vaughan Willoughby Public), Melbourne, since 1987, Gallery Without Walls, Melbourne, since 1990. Founding tutor Footscray (Australia) Community Arts Center, 1975-1984. Guest lecturer arts Interstate Universities, Adelaide, 1978.

Community arts officer Nunawading City Council, Melbourne, 1979-1982. Guest composer Utassy Ballet, Nachtmusique Chamber Group, Melbourne, 1984-1996. Researcher, writer Australia Council, Sydney, 1985-1987.

Board member Dandenong Ranges Cultural Center, Melbourne, 1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Multiculturalism and the Arts, 1985, Perspective on Visual Arts, 1987, Environmental Action Resource Catalogue, 1990. Editor books on arts and the environment, 1984-1998. Columnist on arts, 1979-1982, 96-2001.

      Composer, public: Out of Home Piano Music and Songs vols. 1 and 2, 1991, Wimmera Quartet Flute and Strings, 1992, Reconciliation Octet, 1996, Kununurra, 1998, Prayer for Restoration of our Rivers, 2001. String quartet Dandenorg Ranges, 2006.

      (Civil Defense) Up the Creek, Discovery Choral Symphony-World Premier, Portlnd, 2008.

Membership

Founding member Croydon Community Service Group, Melbourne, 1974, Community Arts Network, Melbourne, 1975-1984. Founder Burnt Bridge Orchestras, since 1995. Environmental consultant Environment Victoria, Koonung Mullum Forestway Association, Candlebark Community Nursery, Croydon City Council, Melbourne, 1988-2001.

Instigator, chief co-coordinator Focus on Water, 2005. Member Australian Geography Society, Australian Conservation Foundation, Australian Performing Rights Association, University Sydney Alumni Association (life), Sydney University Arts Association (life), Croydon Conservation Society (life), Dandenong Ranges Community Cultural Center (life), Melbourne Composers League.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Bushwalking, planting and regenerating native bushland, recording oral history.

Connections

father:
Geoffrey Samuel Vaughan

mother:
Honora Marie Julienne (Duggan) Vaughan