Sally Malone Appointed To Heritage Council Of Western Australia

Sally Malone Appointed To Heritage Council Of Western Australia

20 July 2017

Western Australia Minister for Heritage David Templeman New Members Appointed To The Heritage Council Of Western Australia Victor P Taffa Sally Malone, from Albany, appointed to the Heritage Council of Western Australia New appointments and reappointments to the Heritage Council’s Register and Development committees An Albany-based public place designer specialising in landscapes, urban design, trails […]

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Renaming Of History Awards Reflects Importance To Historical Research

Renaming Of History Awards Reflects Importance To Historical Research

17 July 2017

Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews New Premier’s Award For Outstanding History Projects Victor P Taffa Victoria’s most outstanding history publication or project will now be recognised by a new Premier’s award as part of the long-standing Victorian Community History Awards, with Victorians encouraged to send in their nominations for the inaugural award. Premier Daniel Andrews today […]

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Revelation Film Festival 6-19 July 2017

Revelation Film Festival 6-19 July 2017

06 July 2017

Western Australia Minister for Culture and the Arts David Templeman Revelation Film Festival Brings People And Jobs To Perth Victor P Taffa Revelation Perth International Film Festival celebrates 20 years 2017 program is biggest yet and will bring in 13,000 people Western Australian Government, through Screenwest, is proud to have supported Revelation since its second […]

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West Gippsland Arts Centre To Be Redeveloped

West Gippsland Arts Centre To Be Redeveloped

03 July 2017

Victoria Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford West Gippsland Arts Centre Redevelopment On Track Victor P Taffa Construction is well underway on the West Gippsland Arts Centre (WGAC), which will cement Warragul’s place as the performing arts hub of West Gippsland. “This marks another important milestone in making Warragul the performing arts hub of West […]

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Design Tender Released For Museum On Old Darwin Hospital Site

Design Tender Released For Museum On Old Darwin Hospital Site

27 June 2017

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss First Step Towards The New Museum Of The Northern Territory Victor P Taffa Gunner Territory Government’s vision to transform the Old Darwin Hospital site into a major new museum has taken a significant step forward with the release of the design tender today. Gunner Territory Government […]

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Hodgman Govt To Support Heritage Funding For Franklin House

Hodgman Govt To Support Heritage Funding For Franklin House

24 June 2017

Tasmania Treasurer Peter Gutwein Helping To Preserve Tasmania’s Built Heritage Victor P Taffa Hodgman Government is committed to preserving Tasmania’s built heritage for its cultural, historical and tourism importance to the State, Treasurer Peter Gutwein said. Franklin House is one of Northern Tasmania’s historic gems. It was built in 1838 by former convict Britton Jones […]

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Victoria’s Public Libraries Receives Record Funding

Victoria’s Public Libraries Receives Record Funding

23 June 2017

Victoria Minister for Local Government Natalie Hutchins Record Funding For Victoria’s Public Libraries Victor P Taffa Andrews Government is spending more money than ever before on Victoria’s public libraries. Victorian Budget 2017/18 provided $42.5 Million for the Public Libraries Funding Program a 2.5% increase from last year. “Andrews Government is giving our councils and public […]

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Over 4 Years Ballarat To Be Boosted By Arts Grants

Over 4 Years Ballarat To Be Boosted By Arts Grants

20 June 2017

Victoria Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley Grants Bring The Best Of The Arts To Ballarat Victor P Taffa Art and theatre lovers in Ballarat have a million reasons to celebrate, with the Andrews Government’s latest round of grants providing support for tours and programs across the state. “Whether it’s in big cities or small […]

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Hodgman Govt Invests In Tasmania’s Screen Industry

Hodgman Govt Invests In Tasmania’s Screen Industry

15 June 2017

Tasmania Minister for State Growth Matthew Groom Helping To Grow Tasmania’s Screen Industry And Supporting Local Jobs Victor P Taffa Hodgman Government is committed to creating jobs for our young jobseekers, Minister for State Growth Matthew Groom said. “Accordingly, I am very pleased the Government is investing $65,000 in a workforce development plan for the […]

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Expansion For Art Gallery Of New South Wales Announced By Minister

Expansion For Art Gallery Of New South Wales Announced By Minister

14 June 2017

New South Wales Minister for the Arts Don Harwin $244 Million For Sydney Modern Victor P Taffa One of Australia’s oldest art galleries will become Sydney’s newest icon after Arts Minister Don Harwin announced $244 Million for the Art Gallery of New South Wales (NSW) expansion. State Budget funding for the Sydney Modern Project will […]

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Spare Parts Theatre To Be Protected From Water Penetration

Spare Parts Theatre To Be Protected From Water Penetration

08 June 2017

Western Australia Minister for Culture and the Arts David Templeman $400,000 Upgrade For Spare Parts Theatre Victor P Taffa 17 local jobs to be created through $400,000 upgrade to Spare Parts Puppet Theatre Upgrade will take place over the winter months and result in a temporary shift of venue for the company Move will see […]

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Celebrations For Territory Day 2017 Gearing Up Towards Statehood 2018

Celebrations For Territory Day 2017 Gearing Up Towards Statehood 2018

06 June 2017

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Pete Murray And Kingswood To Headline Territory Day Saturday 1 July 2017 Victor P Taffa One of Australia’s most loved musicians, Pete Murray will be headlining a Territory Day concert at Mindil Beach while popular rock band, Kingswood will hit the stage in Alice Springs along […]

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TMAG Receives Major Art Donation

TMAG Receives Major Art Donation

03 June 2017

Tasmania Premier Will Hodgman Major Art Donation For TMAG Victor P Taffa Collection of works at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) will be enriched thanks to a private donation of significant Australian artworks, Premier Will Hodgman said. “On behalf of the Government, I would like to thank Anna and Richard Green for their […]

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Darwin And Alice Springs CBD To Be Brightened Up With Art Works Program

Darwin And Alice Springs CBD To Be Brightened Up With Art Works Program

01 June 2017

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Adding Colour And Life-Art Program To Revitalise Darwin And Alice Springs CBD Victor P Taffa Revitalisation of Darwin CBD has taken a significant step forward with an Expression of Interest (EOI) process opening this weekend for arts proposals to enliven our capital city centre. Northern Territory […]

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Arts Sector Boosted By Andrews Govt Grants

Arts Sector Boosted By Andrews Govt Grants

31 May 2017

Victoria Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley More Than $1 Million To Fuel Victoria’s Independent Arts Sector Victor P Taffa More than 1,200 career opportunities will be created for artists and creative industries workers across the state through the Andrews Government’s latest round of VicArts grants. 62 projects will share in more than $1 Million […]

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Tasmanians Reminded Of Library And Information Week 22-28 May 2017

Tasmanians Reminded Of Library And Information Week 22-28 May 2017

24 May 2017

Tasmania Minister for Education and Training Jeremy Rockliff Celebrate Library And Information Week Victor P Taffa Hodgman Government wants to give Tasmanians every opportunity for a great future by ensuring they get the best possible education, which is why now is a great time to visit your local library as we enter Library and Information […]

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Hodgman Govt Supports Comedy Series In State Budget

Hodgman Govt Supports Comedy Series In State Budget

19 May 2017

Tasmania Premier Will Hodgman Season Two Of Rosehaven Showcases Tasmania To The World Victor P Taffa Tasmanian Government has been a proud supporter of the ABC comedy series Rosehaven and this support is set to continue with an additional $300,000 in the state Budget next week. This will secure the production of the second season […]

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St. Kilda’s Palais Theatre Reopens On Thursday 18 May 2017

St. Kilda’s Palais Theatre Reopens On Thursday 18 May 2017

16 May 2017

Victoria Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley Palais Theatre Saved Victor P Taffa St. Kilda’s Palais Theatre is set to reopen to the public on Thursday for the St. Kilda Film Festival Opening Night, brighter and more vibrant than ever. “We said we would save the Palais to ensure it remains an important part of […]

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Applications For Live Music Venues Open Until 7 June 2017

Applications For Live Music Venues Open Until 7 June 2017

15 May 2017

Victoria Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley Sounding Out New Grant Opportunities For Live Music Venues Victor P Taffa Live music venues have the opportunity to apply for a grant of up to $25,000 to support sound proofing and sound reduction projects. Applications are now open for the second round of the Andrews Government’s Good […]

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Melbourne To Host Major International Music Conference In 2018

Melbourne To Host Major International Music Conference In 2018

02 May 2017

Victoria Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley Melbourne Wins Bid To Host International Music Cities Event Victor P Taffa Melbourne’s status as a global music city has been recognised with a winning bid to host a major international music conference in 2018. “Being selected to host the 2018 Music Cities Convention reflects Melbourne’s position as […]

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