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19 hours ago

Theatre Network NSW
Arts North West (ANW) is seeking a dynamic and experienced person to fill the position of Executive Director.ANW is part of the network of 15 independent Regional Arts Development Organisations (RADOs) and is funded by Create NSW and the local government areas of Armidale Regional, Glen Innes Severn, Gunnedah, Gwydir, Inverell, Liverpool Plains, Moree, Narrabri, Tamworth Regional, Tenterfield, Uralla and Walcha.www.artsnw.com.au/ ... See MoreSee Less
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19 hours ago

Theatre Network NSW
Wee reminder that Arts on Tour initiatives – Backroads and SALON are open for EOIs now. AOT can help support your show tour to community venues across the state or assist a community to engage with high-quality small-scale tours. In person pitching is back at SALON – read more here and get in touch with your questions!artsontour.com.au/aot-salon/ ... See MoreSee Less
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21 hours ago

Theatre Network NSW
Casual Work Opportunity!From ATYP:"We are on the hunt for casual technicians 🕵️If you have experience as a Duty Tech, Sound and Lighting Operator, Show Crew, or Assistant Stage Manager, we want to hear from you!This is a wonderful opportunity to join the national youth theatre company in our brand new premises at Pier 2/3 in the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct (with fantastic views 😍)To apply, please send your CV which includes how many years of practical experience you have working in the industry to office@atyp.com.au" ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Theatre Network NSW
ELECTION COUNT DOWN!Artists and arts workers in regional and remote places use art and culture to build strong communities, generate jobs, reimagine places and build innovative infrastructure. One in three people in Australia live in regional and remote places and their arts and cultural contributions have a national impact. Art and culture are everywhere. Our country has no roadmap for art and culture, and we need all major parties to commit to a National Cultural Plan that delivers for the arts. When you vote in this upcoming Federal election, think about which party and/or candidate supports arts and culture best.Photo by Jack Robert-Tissot, supplied by The Unconformity.[Image description: People are standing on a wooden walkway that wraps around rocky terrain with low lying bushes. They are staring out into the distance and all wearing headphones. Overlaid are the words: “Art celebrates the histories, stories, and landscapes of our regions. Art and culture are everywhere.”]#ArtAndCultureAreEverywhere #ArtAndCultureAreEssential #VoteForArtTheatre Network Australia and 15 other National Arts Bodies have been driving this campaign - let's make sure #ArtisEverywhere on social media and and we #VoteForArt ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Theatre Network NSW
Thanks to our friends at the Sydney Fringe who have created a guide for making work accessible for all! Available in their link below.Our wonderful Access & Inclusion Coordinator, Madeleine Stewart has researched the ins and outs of making a show accessible for all and developed The Beginner's Guide to Access for Artists and Producers. This free guide is available for you to download on our website. Our new Access program is also accepting applicants until May 15th. sydfringe.com/ACCESSFB ... See MoreSee Less
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Theatre Network NSW is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW

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Acknowledgement of Country

Theatre Network NSW would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the traditional owners of the lands on which we work, live and create.

In particular, TNN would like to acknowledge the Gumbainggir, Bundjalung, Dharug, Wiradjuri and Eora nations on whose countries our offices are situated.  We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging