AWWE survey into industry wellness – please participate

April 6, 2018By adminNational News, Opportunity, Research & Advocacy, Support, Theatre Industry events, Theatre Sector News, Valuing the Arts, Wellbeing No Comments

Our industry would really benefit from your engagement! As a member of the Australian Alliance for Wellness in Entertainment (AAWE) TNN encourages those in our industry to participate in the part  The Entertainment Industry Research Survey launched on Tuesday 13th of March. SURVEY LINK The survey is building on the series of forums, including ‘How … Read More

May 30, Youth and the Arts Forum – Book Now

April 6, 2018By adminNational News, NSW Arts News, Opportunity, Theatre Industry events, TNN Projects & Events, Valuing the Arts, Young people, Youth Theatre No Comments

As promised, the NSW Industry Forum: Young People and the Arts is now live so be quick to book your place! Theatre Network NSW (TNN) is partnered with Theatre Network Australia (TNA), Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP), Polyglot, Create NSW, Sydney Opera House and Currency House to present an industry forum that continues the … Read More

Indy Theatre Producing Workshop & other Independent Theatre News/Events

March 26, 2018By adminIndependent Theatre, National News, Network Perks, NSW Arts News, Opportunity, Professional Development, Research & Advocacy, Support, Theatre Industry events, Theatre Sector News, TNN Working Group, Valuing the Arts, Youth Theatre No Comments

The Equity Foundation are running an Indy Theatre Producing workshop with Andrew Henry, of Red Line Productions. REGISTER HERE  Are you an actor who wants to move into indie theatre producing – or an actor who is already producing but wants more info?  Have you a script you are working on but don’t know how … Read More

Western Sydney Art, Screen and Culture Roundtable – EOIs open now – Create NSW

February 15, 2018By adminDiversity, Governance, NSW Arts News, Opportunity, Research & Advocacy, Valuing the Arts No Comments

Western Sydney Art, Screen and Culture Roundtable – EOIs open now Expression of Interest applications are now open! Are you interested in becoming a member of the Western Sydney Arts, Screen and Culture Roundtable?  Create NSW are looking for emerging and established practitioners and workers who have: specialist artform knowledge a professional association in the … Read More

Creative Achievement Awards – Nominations Open

February 15, 2018By adminAwards, Network Perks, Opportunity, Valuing the Arts No Comments

The Creative Achievement Awards celebrate and reward the outstanding achievements of individuals, teams and organisations that have helped raise the global profile of the creative industries in NSW. This year there are three categories: 1) The prestigious NSW Creative Laureate. This award recognises an individual, team or organisation making a positive contribution to the global … Read More

MEAA releases new Collective Agreement

December 11, 2017By adminIndependent Theatre, National News, NSW Arts News, Professional Development, Research & Advocacy, Support, Theatre Sector News, Valuing the Arts No Comments

MEAA has been working with the industry to develop its new Collective Agreement. You can download it from the MEAA website here.   Theatre Network NSW with members of MEAA’s Independent Theatre Committee, Critical Stages, and other Independent theatre representatives have developed a NSW working group to increase coordination of the many individual efforts of … Read More

Walk Now shares its story

December 11, 2017By adminDiversity, Independent Theatre, Inspiration, Networked, Showcase, Spaces and Resources, Valuing the Arts, Wellbeing No Comments

Sam Cosentino, Producer/Director/Writer, wrote a short article for Theatre Network NSW on developing his company ‘Walk Now Productions’ and its upcoming show ‘My Carer’. By sharing some of Walk Now’s story TNN hopes it will provide ideas and inspiration for others working hard in the independent theatre sector of Australia. ‘My Carer’ is a deeply … Read More

Arts and Health

December 11, 2017By adminIndustry Training, Opportunity, Professional Development, Valuing the Arts, Wellbeing No Comments

Faculty of Health, University of Tasmania, Australia has a free short course that they have developed.“The Art of Wellness” short course is online and completely free: We have over 3500 students enrolled from all over the world including many art therapists, nurses, carers, artists and psychologists and are receiving some wonderful feedback! In “The Art … Read More