Travel Funds Deadline Extended for How Can The Show Go On?

September 1, 2017By adminFunding, NSW Arts News, Opportunity, Regional and Remote Practitioners, Theatre Industry events, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events No Comments

  Are you in Regional or Remote NSW and wanting to attend ‘How Can The Show Go On? Performing Arts Wellbeing Summit’?  A travel subsidy is available by application for those living and working in remote or regional NSW.  Deadlines for the super-quick application have now been extended until 5pm Friday 6th October. Please get … Read More

NSW Performing Arts Wellbeing Forum SAVE THE DATE

June 29, 2017By adminOpportunity, Theatre Industry events, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events, Uncategorized No Comments

How Can The Show Go On? Performing Arts Wellbeing Summit  Monday 13 November 2017 at Sydney Opera House Studio, Sydney Opera House ‘How Can the Show Go On? Performing Arts Wellbeing Summit is a one day summit to be held at Sydney Opera House on the 13th November 2017. This event is produced by Theatre Network … Read More

Making Theatre, Dance and Writing for Young Audiences in NSW

June 23, 2017By adminDiversity, Inspiration, Networked, NSW Arts News, Showcase, Theatre Industry events, TNN Projects & Events, Youth Theatre No Comments

A sector event hosted by Theatre Network NSW and Casula Powerhouse As part of the Way Out West Festival for Children, Theatre Network NSW is hosting a get together for NSW based practitioners. This event will explore ideas and concerns around making theatre work for young audiences. We ask: What is the current situation in … Read More

NSW theatre for young audiences? A TNN & WOW event

May 29, 2017By adminNSW Arts News, Opportunity, Theatre Industry events, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events, Youth Theatre No Comments

Are you making theatre for young audiences? Or do you want to connect with those that are? SAVE THE DATE for 12th September at Casula Powerhouse (more info to come soon) What is the current situation in NSW around new theatre work for young audiences? Because, if young audiences are our future how are we … Read More

Climate resources to live (and work) by…

May 11, 2017By adminEnvironment, Inspiration, International, Research & Advocacy, TNN Projects & Events, Valuing the Arts No Comments

For those of you who have long been following the work of Julie’s Bicycle, this post may not give you anything new but TNN has recently undertaken to complete an environmental assessment of our organisation using nothing but the resources through Julie’s Bicycle and the support of like-minded theatre peers in Australia. In the spirit … Read More

NSW Presenters and Producers Networking Event a hit!

April 4, 2017By adminNetworked, NSW Arts News, Showcase, Theatre Industry events, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events, Venues/Theatres No Comments

Question? What do you get when you mix 3 NSW performing arts agencies and 50 presenters and producers from around NSW at The Theatre Bar at the end of the Wharf? Answer … avoiding all the smartypants comments of course…? The start of something. In fact the start of something wanted, appreciated, and full of energy. … Read More

Return of funds to Australia Council

March 20, 2017By adminAdvocacy, Australia Council for the Arts, Funding, National News, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events, Valuing the Arts No Comments

It’s happened… For those of you who missed Friday’s news here is the media release and relevant links to the Australia Council for the Arts’ own announcement. To all of us in the sector who lobbied, advocated, danced, wrote, donated, spoke to their audiences, and stood with the arts #istandwiththearts this is a moment to … Read More

We get around – TNN in 2016

February 28, 2017By adminTNN Projects & Events No Comments

1 Organisation = Benefits NSW theatre industry The basic maths: 1 x Director, 3 days/week 8 x Committee members 1 x State 7 x NSW theatre industry events 11 x E-news 1 x Individual Associate Membership package 3 x Organisation Associate Membership packages 12,988 individual emails 847 phone calls 7 modes of transport: Plane, train, bus, … Read More

Empowered board, values and principles lead TNN into 2017

December 20, 2016By adminInspiration, Research & Advocacy, Theatre Sector News, TNN Projects & Events, Valuing the Arts No Comments

Before a quick and quiet break over the Christmas and New Year period TNN’s Director and Board got together to welcome new board members Ben Kay and Ali Murphy-Oates and review the organisation as a whole. Coming to the end of its second year as an incorporated entity, Theatre Network NSW had a long, hard … Read More