$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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Joe Toohey and Simone Schinkel Simone Schinkel chats TNA’s work leading up to Federal Elections, upcoming initiatives to better support independent producers, submissions to the Australian Council for the Arts new strategy. Simone is joined by Joe Toohey from Regional Arts Victoria to chat being co-convenors of Arts Industry Council Victoria (AICV) and state-level advocacy … Continue reading ‘BEHIND THE SCENES’ PODCASTS 6 MAY 2019

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Federal Election Bulletin – May 2019

As we approach the federal election on the 18th May, TNA has summarised the three major parties’ arts platforms, see below. While the Australian Greens published an arts policy “A Creative Australia” on Sunday 28th April, and Labor announced their arts policy – “Renewing Creative Australia”on Saturday 11th May, the Liberal party have yet to announce a comprehensive arts … Continue reading Federal Election Bulletin – May 2019

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