Month: October 2015

TNV E-News October 2015

TNV STUFF 17 Nov – ‘CHAMPIONS OF CHANGE’ 2015 Victorian Theatre Forum (VTF) – Register now TNV members are invited to attend the sixth annual VTF on Tuesday 17 November at Malthouse Theatre. The program explores what we need to do now to ensure that we have a united vision for the arts, that we … Continue reading TNV E-News October 2015

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YPAA News – October 2015

Young People and the Arts Australia (YPAA) & ASSITEJ – OCTOBER 2015 UPDATE What’s happening around the world in Theatre for Young People. Sue Giles, ASSITEJ Australia rep. There is an obvious trend around the world toward conservative policy and a reduction (and collapse in some cases) of funding support for the arts and the … Continue reading YPAA News – October 2015

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2015 Victorian Theatre Forum

Theatre Network (Vic) presents – CHAMPIONS OF CHANGE – 2015 Victorian Theatre Forum in partnership with Currency House & Malthouse Theatre   When: 11am – 5pm, Tuesday 17 November Where: The Coopers Malthouse, Sturt St, Southbank. Happy Hour Network Drinks 5pm – 7pm (cash bar) Malthouse Bar – all welcome. REGISTER HERE We in the … Continue reading 2015 Victorian Theatre Forum

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New Arts Minister Mitch Fifield – Committed to Consultation

New Arts Minister Mitch Fifield’s brush with disability art Michaela Boland, The Australian, 3 October, 2015. New Arts Minister Mitch Fifield, has rejected the notion he has not engaged with the arts and said as the former assistant minister for social services he had recently met artists at an indigenous art centre to talk about … Continue reading New Arts Minister Mitch Fifield – Committed to Consultation

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Exploring psychological wellbeing in a sample of Australian actors

Following on from the discussions at TNV’s Australian Theatre Forum in January 2015, the University of Adelaide have published a fact sheet compiled by authors Alison Robb, Dr Clemence Due, Dr Anthony Venning, and Emeritus Professor Ted Nettelbeck from recent research into the welbeing of performing artists. “Literature on the wellbeing of performing artists is … Continue reading Exploring psychological wellbeing in a sample of Australian actors

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