Month: May 2019

TNA’s Circus/Entertainment Rigging Survey 2019

Dear Colleagues, Our second bulletin for 2019 is focused on TNA’s Circus/Entertainment Rigging Survey 2019. Sector feedback suggests that there is a need for Circus-specific training to be included in current Rigger accreditation. Designed in collaboration with the CaPT Advisory Group, TNA is conducting a survey to provide evidence of this need within the industry and … Continue reading TNA’s Circus/Entertainment Rigging Survey 2019

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This Is How We Do It – Indie Practice Exchange at The Kiln

Delve into current processes for making art and living life as a creative practitioner. Independent creatives know the ‘juggle’ metaphor all too well. We are at once artists, producers, managers, advocates and community and cultural leaders; as well as children, parents, siblings, friends and lovers. How do these roles intertwine? How can they inform the … Continue reading This Is How We Do It – Indie Practice Exchange at The Kiln

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$225.5M for creative sector in Victorian budget

The newly announced 2019-20 Victorian Budget delivers new initiatives totalling $225.5 million for the creative industries portfolio. These span the creative and cultural sector, from large cultural attractions to independent creators and regional opportunities. Latest figures show that Victoria’s creative industries deliver $31 billion to the state – up 23% in four years. Read more … Continue reading $225.5M for creative sector in Victorian budget

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ASSITEJ STUFF – APR NEWS

Open Call for Early Years – Visioni Festival, Bologna 2020 This opportunity is for artists interested in Early Years work to attend Visioni Festival in Bologna, Italy in late February 2020. The festival will host an Australian delegation of three people, including one young artist. Accommodation, food, registration and all events covered, but note that travel is … Continue reading ASSITEJ STUFF – APR NEWS

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