National Engagement

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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Arts Industry Council (Vic) facilitates joint Pre-Budget Submission

The Federal Government annually calls for pre-budget submissions. For the 2020-21 Budget, the Arts Industry Council of Victoria (AICV) facilitated a joint submission with other State Chamber and Industry bodies. TNA is a member of AICV with Simone Schinkel, TNA’s General Manager, in the role of Co-Convenor with Joe Toohey from Regional Arts Victoria. The joint submission called … Continue reading Arts Industry Council (Vic) facilitates joint Pre-Budget Submission

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Applications now open – VIPI Producers Mentorship Program

The Victorian Independent Producers Initiative (VIPI) Producers Mentorship Program is now open for Expressions of Interest (EOI). We especially encourage applications from First Peoples, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse / People of Colour, people living with disability, Deaf people and people based regionally. Support for your application If you are wanting to submit an application as a … Continue reading Applications now open – VIPI Producers Mentorship Program

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Changes to the Dept of Communications & the Arts

Dear Colleagues, Yesterday the Federal government made changes to five of its departments, including the Department of Communications and the Arts, which will be merged into a bigger department called Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications. It is hugely disappointing that “Arts” has once again gone from the title, and is now assumed … Continue reading Changes to the Dept of Communications & the Arts

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