Your NSW State of Theatre Address…in writing…

April 29, 2019By adminAdvocacy, Diversity, Inspiration, National News, NSW Arts News, Research & Advocacy, Showcase, Theatre Industry events, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events, TNN Working Group, Valuing the Arts No Comments

Theatre Network NSW’s ‘NSW State of Theatre Address 2018’ Written by Suzie Miller, Playwright. Produced by Theatre Network NSW. Prepared thanks to all participants in and attendees of the NSW Theatre Gathering 2018 at Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s Eternity Playhouse on Thursday, 1st November 2018. “It’s 2025. I’m a visitor to NSW from beyond. I’ve heard about this … Read More

May Day Forum – the future of TNN – we need your input

March 28, 2019By adminNSW Arts News, Research & Advocacy, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events No Comments

Theatre Network NSW is in peril. We invite anyone working in theatre in NSW to attend a forum where we can openly consult with you about the future of the agency. Backstory: TNN currently relies on state government funding in order to provide programming and services to support the NSW theatre sector. In 2019 TNN … Read More

NSW State of Theatre Address 2018

December 11, 2018By adminNSW Arts News, Research & Advocacy, Support, Theatre Industry events, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events, Valuing the Arts No Comments

NSW Theatre Gathering 2018 Resources A final report will be published in 2019 but in the meantime we thought we’d share a few of the highlights: NSW STATE OF THEATRE ADDRESS 2018 by Suzie Miller The Gathering Actions and Audience Scoring  is the actions and ideas developed in each of the afternoon’s break-outs that helped to … Read More

PROVIDER REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR CREATIVE KIDS

December 7, 2018By adminBusiness Support, NSW Arts News, Opportunity, Support, Theatre Sector News, Venues/Theatres, Young people, Youth Theatre No Comments

APPLY NOW From 1 January 2019, the NSW Government is helping kids get creative with a new program called Creative Kids.Creative Kids is a four-year program that offers parents of every NSW school-aged child a $100 voucher each year which can be used for registration, participation and membership costs for creative and cultural activities. Provider … Read More

Afloat: Major Performing Arts Framework

October 18, 2018By adminAustralia Council for the Arts, International, National News, Networked, Opportunity, Research & Advocacy, Theatre Sector News, Valuing the Arts No Comments

Rather than just post this announcement, I thought I’d take a few moments to consider where in this week’s conversations this is sitting for Theatre Network NSW and our members. We know there is a lot of talk in the sector about how to secure funding for a stronger performing arts sector. Suggestions range from … Read More

Our arts industry combined impact – participate here

October 12, 2018By adminAdvocacy, Inspiration, Networked, NSW Arts News, Opportunity, Research & Advocacy, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events, Valuing the Arts No Comments

What does the NSW arts industry look like? As part of the NSW Arts Industries collective approach to research and advocacy, Theatre Network NSW is proud to share this survey with you. The data from this survey will be used, in conjunction with other research, as part of a joint sector statement. You may well … Read More

NSW Government must not interfere in Sydney Opera House Trust’s statutory authority

October 8, 2018By adminAdvocacy, National News, NSW Arts News, Theatre Sector News, Valuing the Arts, Venues/Theatres No Comments

Theatre Network NSW SOH MEDIA RELEASE**MEDIA RELEASE** NSW Government must not interfere in Sydney Opera House Trust’s statutory authority Theatre Network NSW (TNN) objects to the NSW government’s position forcing the Sydney Opera House to project Racing NSW’s ‘The Everest Race’ logo onto the icon’s UNESCO World Heritage sails. TNN’s Director, Jane Kreis, confirmed the … Read More

ABC interview with TNN on redirected arts funds to air tonight

September 26, 2018By adminAdvocacy, Funding, Independent Theatre, Networked, NSW Arts News, Research & Advocacy, Theatre Sector News, Valuing the Arts No Comments

Today, ABC Journalist Michaela Boland released her article ‘Arts Minister redirected funds to ‘special project’ as groups missed out…’ citing freedom of information material uncovered in her investigation into the ‘poorest funding rounds in history’ (NAVA Media Release). Theatre Network NSW’s (TNN) Executive Director, Jane Kreis, was interviewed as part of Boland’s story which will be … Read More