ASSITEJ Network – Sector Updates

We’re hiring – Manager, Artist and Sector Development

Download the full Position Description and selection criteria here. TNA’s ten-year vision is for a Safe, Healthy and Relevant performing arts sector. The role of Manager, Artist and Sector Development, is to work collaboratively with the TNA team to deliver TNA’s key goals: Strengthening the performing arts sector; Strengthening artists and arts organisations; and Strengthening the organisation … Continue reading We’re hiring – Manager, Artist and Sector Development

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IPAY Reflections – January 2020

This following anthology of responses to International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY) showcase comes from members of a strong and collegiate Australian delegation to Philadelphia, USA at the start of 2020. Each year there are over 20 Australians who attend and present, many supported by Australia Council, who recognises the importance of this market to the … Continue reading IPAY Reflections – January 2020

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ASSITEJ STUFF – NOV NEWS

Dear Colleagues, Welcome to the final 2019 bulletin for the Youth Arts and Theatre for Young Audiences sector. This bumper edition contains ‘Converge’ documentation from our national gathering last month; exciting international opportunities; sector call outs; an update from Sue Giles; and TNA’s ASSITEJ Sector Survey – designed to help us appoint representatives for a National ASSITEJ Advisory Group in 2020. Thank you all … Continue reading ASSITEJ STUFF – NOV NEWS

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ASSITEJ STUFF – NOV NEWS

15 Nov – IPAY Showcase 2020 Registrations closing soon Showcase 2020 will be held in Philadelphia, USA, from 21-25 January. Delegate and exhibitor registration is now open. Off-IPAY submissions due 15 Nov. Earlybird deadline is November 20. More info. Resource: ‘The arts in your electorate’ Australia Council has refreshed their electorate profiles resource. It now includes Children’s … Continue reading ASSITEJ STUFF – NOV NEWS

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BEHIND THE SCENES’ PODCASTS 7 OCT 2019

Sarah Austin and Bethany Simons Theatre maker Sarah Austin reflects on her PhD research on a rights-based approach to working with children and young people. Sarah also joins TNA as a keynote speaker for Converge. Listen here: https://www.tna.org.au/behind-the-scenes-podcasts-7-oct-2019/

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