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24 hours ago

Theatre Network NSW
Theatre Network NSW is grateful to work, create and connect on the lands of the many nations that make up this State. We respect and cherish our First Nations cultures and massive contribution to the arts.Sovereignty was never ceded. CHANGE THE DATE ❤️💛🖤 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Theatre Network NSW
As January progresses, amidst a new wave of uncertainty facing our sector due to Omicron, Theatre Network NSW (TNN) continues to follow closely the Sydney Festival Boycott and its impact.We continue to speak with and read the statements of artists and organisations who have, and have not, joined the boycott. After two years of crippling circumstances, we acknowledge the incredibly difficult choices that have been faced by some of the most vulnerable in our sector - independent artists and small to medium arts organisations. We have been deeply concerned to hear of the pressuring of artists and arts workers from across this very complex issue. TNN respects all artists' and organisations' right to choice. As an organisation that prioritises the support and empowerment of independent performance makers, we are grateful to the organisations who have been focussing on the care and cultural and emotional wellbeing of all their artists. As we pass the halfway mark of the Festival, Theatre Network NSW calls for much needed respect and care in our sector: for each other, for our audiences and for our communities at large. ... See MoreSee Less
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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