Month: April 2019

Victorian Roundtable Series

This year, Theatre Network Australia is hosting a Roundtable Series that will culminate in our wider member gathering in November. Each roundtable will be structured as a facilitated working session with a specific topic, and be limited to 25 participants to allow for deep and strategic discussion. Roundtable #1 – Strengthening a diverse ecology – Independents, Small to Mediums and Majors. (All … Continue reading Victorian Roundtable Series

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TNA STUFF Response to the Federal Budget Before Tuesday’s federal budget, TNA wrote: “While there are significant investment needs across the Creative industries, the urgent priority is to stabilise the Australia Council’s programs. $30m p/a is needed”. Read the full ArtsHub article here. The budget failed to deliver such security. Read the analyses from our colleagues at Live … Continue reading TNA E-NEWS APRIL 2019

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Advocating for a Secure Creative Future for Australia

TNA, along with an alliance of performing arts peak organisations,[1] has been working on a grass-roots campaign of meetings with Members of Parliament and Candidates, as we head to the election in May. We believe an industry roadmap should bring together the following priorities: Establish a National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority to provide leadership and … Continue reading Advocating for a Secure Creative Future for Australia

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