Advocacy

TNA’s Submission to Australia Council Consultation

Australia Council for the Arts has been running a broad consultation process – Re-imagine – with online small sessions, various ways to input ideas, and online submissions sought.  The Council is calling for contributions to a “national conversation about the shared future that we can create”.  The online space will be open for input until 5.00pm … Continue reading TNA’s Submission to Australia Council Consultation

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2020-21 Federal Budget

Statement by Live Performance Australia, sent to Members on 7 Oct. The Federal Government handed down the 2020-21 Budget on 6 October 2020. An underlying cash deficit of $213.7 billion is forecast in 2020-21 (11% of GDP) and will reduce to a forecast deficit of $66.9 billion in 2023-24, resulting in an accumulated deficit of … Continue reading 2020-21 Federal Budget

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Government Inquiry – Creative & Cultural Industries

Arts Minister Paul Fletcher has asked the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts, to inquire into and report on Australia’s creative and cultural industries and institutions. This Inquiry is important as a way to show the value of arts and culture, and to highlight opportunities ahead for the role that arts … Continue reading Government Inquiry – Creative & Cultural Industries

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Arts Industry Hearings: Senate Select Committee on COVID-19

The inquiry into the government’s response to COVID-19 heard from several arts industry representatives on 30th June. You can read the original transcript, or download the TNA-highlighted transcript here.  As the inquiry goes until 2022, we must keep the pressure on to deal with the impact on our sector.

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