Year: 2015

TNV E-News December 2015

TNV STUFF Going National – Our New Name: Theatre Network Australia As you know, we have been undertaking significant national work since 2009, and the last seven months in particular has demonstrated our commitment to strengthening the entire sector, not just in Victoria. As a result, we are excited to announce that we are changing … Continue reading TNV E-News December 2015

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Australia Council withdraws support from youth theatre

Arts Hub reports on the Australia Council’s recent cuts to youth theatre companies. AUSTRALIA COUNCIL WITHDRAWS SUPPORT FROM YOUTH THEATRE Richard Watts for Arts Hub, Monday 14 December 2015 Arts Ten of 13 youth performing arts companies have lost their Australia Council funding, sending shockwaves through the sector. Outback Theatre for Young People, Cirkidz and … Continue reading Australia Council withdraws support from youth theatre

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YPAA News – December 2015

Young People and the Arts Australia (YPAA) & ASSITEJ – DECEMBER 2015 UPDATE Sue Giles, ASSITEJ Australia rep. Dear all, as we all get on with the business of surviving in the arts it’s pretty amazing to realise how much work and connection has been possible in the last year. The Senate Inquiry not only … Continue reading YPAA News – December 2015

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Victorian theatre sector united despite wedge attempts

Arts Hub reports on the sixth annual Victorian Theatre Forum: ‘Champions of Change’ held at Malthouse Theatre on Tuesday 17 November 2015. Full article below by Richard Watts for Arts Hub, Friday 20 November 2015. VICTORIAN THEATRE SECTOR UNITED DESPITE WEDGE ATTEMPTS Richard Watts for Arts Hub, Friday 20 November 2015 Attempts at wedge politics … Continue reading Victorian theatre sector united despite wedge attempts

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TNV E-News November 2015

TNV STUFF (Yep, we’ve been busy…) #FreeTheArts – Fifield confirms $8million per year to be returned to the Australia Council We received the news last night that $32million ($8million per year) will be returned to the Australia Council following the national #freethearts campaign. Though this is just under a third of what was moved to … Continue reading TNV E-News November 2015

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