First Nations Leadership

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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TNA Advocacy Update

As we head to the 2019 Federal Election, TNA is joining the other performing arts peak orgs to call for a more secure creative vision for Australia. We are calling for all sides of politics: a. To support the development of NIACA – a National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority – Read our joint letter … Continue reading TNA Advocacy Update

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TNA supports NIACA – an Indigenous voice

Towards a National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority (NIACA) The Australia Council for the Arts is supporting consultation towards the development of a National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority (NIACA), and has called for submissions. Read more about NIACA here. TNA has joined with other performing arts peak organisations in support of the development of NIACA. … Continue reading TNA supports NIACA – an Indigenous voice

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2018 Highlights

Join Theatre Network Australia and be a part of a vibrant national network that supports and leads the Australian performing arts sector. Our 2018 highlights include launching The List, awarding our very first Indie SMASH Bursary, delivering the Independent Creatives’ working trends report: This Is How We Do It; facilitating Safe Theatres conversation and policy across the performing … Continue reading 2018 Highlights

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