Project Partners

We are grateful for the support of our many partners – past and present – with whom we have built strong collegiate relationships to achieve our goals. They include:


Arts Industry Council (Vic)
Arts Industry Council (SA)
Australian Script Centre/
Blue Room Theatre
Brisbane Festival
Brisbane Powerhouse
Canberra Theatre Centre
Centenary of Canberra
Creative State Advisory Board (Victoria)
Currency House
Deakin University’s Arts and Cultural Management Program
Footscray Community Arts Centre
Feral Arts
Green Room Award Association
Malthouse Theatre
Melbourne Fringe Festival

Melbourne Theatre Company
Museums Australia (Vic)
Diversity Arts Australia
National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA)
Playwriting Australia
Regional Arts Australia
Regional Arts Victoria
Seymour Centre Sydney
Sydney Festival
Theatre Council Tasmania
Theatre Network ACT and The Street Theatre
Theatre Network Darwin
Theatre Network NSW
Performing Arts Touring Alliance (PATA)
Victorian Association of Performing Arts Centres (VAPAC)
Vision Australia Radio ‘Behind the Scenes’
Writers Victoria

Our Funding Bodies

Theatre Network Australia is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria. The organisation has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body. The four-year organisational funding received from both funding bodies are centred on TNA delivering services for the small to medium, and independent performing arts – to strengthen the Victorian sector and the Australian sector respectively.

TNA also works with the leadership and key staff of both agencies, to provide industry and cultural policy advice.

We have also received valuable project funding and philanthropic funding from:


Australian Embassy Jakarta
Arts NSW
Arts Queensland
Arts South Australia
Department of Culture and the Arts WA
Destination NSW
Business Events Sydney

Centenary of Canberra
Myer Foundation
Arts Access Victoria
Dara Foundation
Brisbane City Council
City of Melbourne
Creative Partnerships Australia