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

Periphery – a weekend workshop with Lieder Theatre & Teatr Brama

September 27, 2018By adminIndependent Theatre, Industry Training, Inspiration, Network Perks, Opportunity, Professional Development, Regional and Remote Practitioners, Theatre Industry events, Venues/Theatres No Comments

Periphery – Exploring the role of theatre as a tool for change hosted by the Lieder Theatre in Goulburn with special guest Teatr Brama from Poland Guests – Teatr Brama Hailing from Goleniow, Poland, Teatr Brama are expert practitioners of Social Community Theatre. They revolutionise the relationship between audience and theatre by utilising performance to create a … 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

Live Production Traineeship Workshop

September 13, 2018By adminBusiness Support, Industry Training, Networked, Opportunity, Professional Development, Theatre Sector News, Venues/Theatres No Comments

City Recital Hall and production services company AV1 have agreed to a pilot traineeship program with TAFE NSW, to run the Certificate III in Live Production Services. As part of offering ongoing support, the Department of Industry is running an information workshop for those host employers of the program. Where: City Recital Hall Cost: Free … Read More

Australian Voices Take Centre Stage at Inaugural Pioneer Play Awards

September 13, 2018By adminAwards, Cultural Diversity, Independent Theatre, NSW Arts News, Opportunity, Playwriting, Showcase, Theatre Sector News, Valuing the Arts No Comments

PIONEER PLAY FESTIVAL and PLAYWRITING AWARDS  November 23-24, Pioneer Theatre, Castle Hill Submissions for the Pioneer Play Awards are now open. Full details can be found on the festival website. www.pioneerplayfestival.com A celebration of pioneering Australian theatre-craft and performance will take centre stage in the heart of Sydney’s Hills district when the inaugural Pioneer Play Festival … Read More

What has been on our minds? Responses from Theatre Network NSW’s March 2018 survey

September 7, 2018By adminDiversity, Inspiration, NSW Arts News, Research & Advocacy, Support, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events, Valuing the Arts No Comments

What has been on our minds? Here is a summary of the responses from Theatre Network NSW’s March 2018 survey What has put a smile on our faces? Being buoyed by creative growth (artistic and professional) was cited by over half of the respondents as putting a smile on their faces. The other major reason for … Read More

Australian Human Rights Commission launches world first inquiry into Workplace Sexual Harassment

August 31, 2018By adminNational News, Professional Development, Research & Advocacy, Support, Wellbeing No Comments

Have your say! The First National Inquiry into Workplace Sexual Harassment has just been launched by the Australian Human Rights Commission. This world first brings our own industry experience into the broader national perspective and TNN is sharing this to encourage our sector to be involved. The focus of the inquiry is on the nature … Read More