Month: April 2016

ArtsPeak responds to Catalyst funding results

ArtsPeak has congratulated the successful applicants for Catalyst grants, only very slowly being announced by Arts Minister Mitch Fifield. ArtsPeak is concerned that the decision making process developed for Catalyst fails to meet the high standards of transparency provided by the independent peer assessment mechanism that the Australia Council prides itself on. Nicole Beyer, ArtsPeak’s  … Continue reading ArtsPeak responds to Catalyst funding results

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When in Rome, Prime Minister

ARTS HUB, 13 April, 2016. The Director of the British School at Rome outlines the damage caused by cuts to the Australia Council’s budget, including the loss of an international residency program. Last month, an open letter to the Prime Minister was published by ArtsPeak, the federation of national peak arts organisations, in which they … Continue reading When in Rome, Prime Minister

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TNV E-News April 2016

TNA STUFF SAVE THE DATE: Creative Industries Engagement Forum – Thursday 5 May 2016 TNA is convening a state forum, in partnership with Creative Victoria, Arts Centre Melbourne, AIC (Vic) and Currency House, that looks at the implications and opportunities of working in the new Creative Industries paradigm. We’re excited to produce an event that … Continue reading TNV E-News April 2016

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National Arts Election Debate & National Sector Meeting JUNE

National Arts Election Debate Wednesday 8 June 2016, 12.45pm – 3pm The Wheeler Centre – Melbourne SOLD OUT ArtsPeak is hosting a National Arts Election Debate in Melbourne on Wednesday 8 June. The debate will bring the arts leaders of each of the major parties together to share their big ideas and respond to the burning questions of … Continue reading National Arts Election Debate & National Sector Meeting JUNE

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