QUEENSLAND

Safe Theatres Workshop Queensland 23 Sept

Supported by Live Performance Australia (LPA), Safe Theatres Australia (STA), La Boite, Brisbane Powerhouse, Cluster Arts, Arts Front and Queensland Theatre, this workshop provides industry updates and round-table scenario discussions to give a practical understanding of the current issues around addressing sexual harassment and bullying in our industry. Theatre, dance, circus and experimental companies and independent artists are … Continue reading Safe Theatres Workshop Queensland 23 Sept

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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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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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Performing Arts Touring Alliance winding up

Changes to the sector, coupled with funding strictures and the need to avoid duplicating services, have led to the Performing Arts Touring Alliance winding up.  “We are proud of PATA’s many achievements, particularly hosting annual national forums in which key touring issues and priorities (changing programming needs; marketing and audience development, community engagement, the role … Continue reading Performing Arts Touring Alliance winding up

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