Applications For Darwin Arts Round 3 Funding Open Until 18 June 2018

Applications For Darwin Arts Round 3 Funding Open Until 18 June 2018

21 May 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Turbocharging Live Darwin Arts Program Victor P Taffa Northern Territory Government, through the Turbocharging Tourism $103 Million stimulus package, is investing an additional $500,000 to enrich and activate the Darwin CBD. Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss announced today the additional funding for Live Darwin […]

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Melbourne’s Festival Hall To Receive Heritage Protection

Melbourne’s Festival Hall To Receive Heritage Protection

20 May 2018

Victoria Minister for Planning Richard Wynne Protecting A Much-Loved Victorian Icon Victor P Taffa Melbourne’s famed Festival Hall is a step closer to receiving heritage protection. “Nothing speaks to Melbourne’s arts, music and sporting culture quite like Festival Hall. It has a proud history, and heritage protection will give it a safe and secure future […]

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Funding To Revitalise His Majesty’s Theatre Continues

Funding To Revitalise His Majesty’s Theatre Continues

12 May 2018

Western Australia Minister for Culture and the Arts David Templeman Revitalisation Of His Majesty’s Theatre Continues Victor P Taffa $6.5 Million allocated for refurbishment of His Majesty’s Theatre Works include installation of orchestra pit lift and safety improvements at the venue Refurbishment of His Majesty’s Theatre is set to continue, following the McGowan Government’s $6.5 […]

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Nominations For National Arts School Board Announced By Minister

Nominations For National Arts School Board Announced By Minister

10 May 2018

New South Wales Minister for the Arts Don Harwin Nominees For National Art School Board Announced Victor P Taffa Minister for the Arts Don Harwin today announced the nine candidates recommended for appointment to the National Arts School Board following the expressions of interest (EOI) process launched in March this year. “A fresh new line […]

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Egyptian Mummies Exhibition At Queensland Museum 16 March-26 August 2018

Egyptian Mummies Exhibition At Queensland Museum 16 March-26 August 2018

15 March 2018

Queensland Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch Queensland Museum Gets Mummified Victor P Taffa Six Egyptian Mummies will make Queensland Museum their home until August. Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch today officially launched the Queensland Museum exhibition, Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives, which includes 200 objects and has come to Queensland exclusively from the […]

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New South Wales Takes Centre Stage In Hollywood

New South Wales Takes Centre Stage In Hollywood

14 March 2018

New South Wales Minister for the Arts Don Harwin New South Wales Locations Audition For Hollywood Victor P Taffa New South Wales is centre stage in Hollywood this week as industry heavyweights discover that our state has the natural backdrop for almost any movie. More than 50 inspiring New South Wales landscapes, including sandscapes (north […]

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Minister Calls For National Aboriginal Art Gallery To Be Located In The Alice

Minister Calls For National Aboriginal Art Gallery To Be Located In The Alice

03 March 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Alice The Inland Capital Is The Rightful Home Of National Aboriginal Art Gallery Victor P Taffa Rightful home for a National Aboriginal Art Gallery is Alice Springs, on the doorstep of Namatjira country, Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss said following comments that it should […]

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South-West Multicultural Festival 2018 Set To Have Bunbury Buzzing

South-West Multicultural Festival 2018 Set To Have Bunbury Buzzing

23 February 2018

Western Australia Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Interests Paul Papalia Festival Showcases Multicultural South-West Victor P Taffa South West Multicultural Festival one of the State’s largest Festival supported by the McGowan Government More than 5,000 people will flock to Bunbury this weekend to celebrate the cultural diversity of the South-West at the annual Live Lighter […]

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Applications For Screen Queensland’s SQ Shorts Program Open Until 1 March 2018

Applications For Screen Queensland’s SQ Shorts Program Open Until 1 March 2018

05 February 2018

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk Short Films A Big Focus For Screen Queensland Victor P Taffa Queensland’s brand of short and sharp storytelling will come to festival screens around the world in 2018, with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today announcing the opening of applications for Screen Queensland’s SQ Shorts program. Queensland Government, through Screen Queensland, will invest […]

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Arts Infrastructure Fund Applications Open Until 16 March 2018

Arts Infrastructure Fund Applications Open Until 16 March 2018

30 January 2018

Queensland Minister for Arts Leeanne Enoch New Arts Infrastructure Fund To Assist Organisations With Upgrades Victor P Taffa Palaszczuk Government announced a new Arts Infrastructure Fund to help small-to-medium-sized organisations throughout the state improve their facilities. Arts Minister Leeanne Enoch said the $250,000 fund will improve arts facilities and encourage greater access to arts and […]

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Hodgman Govt Commits $500,000 To Third Season Of Comedy Series Rosehaven

Hodgman Govt Commits $500,000 To Third Season Of Comedy Series Rosehaven

28 January 2018

Tasmania Minister for the Arts Elise Archer Good Things Come In Threes Victor P Taffa Minister for the Arts Elise Archer has announced that the Hodgman Government, through Screen Tasmania, has committed $500,000 towards a third season of the hit comedy series Rosehaven. Shot entirely in Tasmania and set in the fictional town of Rosehaven, […]

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FRINGE WORLD 2018 Launched By Premier

FRINGE WORLD 2018 Launched By Premier

27 January 2018

Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan Premier Launches FRINGE WORLD With A $2 Million State Govt Contribution Victor P Taffa Premier Mark McGowan launches Western Australia’s biggest annual event Almost 1 Million Western Australians set to attend more than 7,000 individual free and low-cost performances spanning from Perth-Geraldton FRINGE WORLD puts local artists on international map […]

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Screen Culture Funding Applications Open Until 16 March 2018

Screen Culture Funding Applications Open Until 16 March 2018

26 January 2018

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk Screen Culture Funding Applications Open For Queensland Film Festivals And Events Victor P Taffa Queensland’s vibrant film festival landscape will deliver quality cinema in 2018-19 with applications now open for Screen Culture funding, Queensland Premier and Minister for Trade Annastacia Palaszczuk announced. “Queensland government, through Screen Queensland, funds festivals and events […]

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Migratory Bird Display Open At South Australian Museum Until 15 April 2018

Migratory Bird Display Open At South Australian Museum Until 15 April 2018

24 January 2018

South Australia Minister for Sustainability Environment and Conservation Ian Hunter Migratory Bird Display Flies Into South Australian Museum Victor P Taffa A new bird display at the South Australian Museum celebrates the monumental voyage that migratory shorebirds take to reach the safety of the coastline of South Australia each year. A Global Journey: Migratory Shorebirds […]

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More Than 200 Projects Supported By Queensland Arts Showcase Program

More Than 200 Projects Supported By Queensland Arts Showcase Program

19 January 2018

Queensland Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch Queensland Arts Showcase Program Delivery Exceeds 200 Projects Victor P Taffa A Queensland Government fund supporting vibrant arts and cultural experiences across the state has reached a major milestone with more than 200 exciting projects delivered off the back of over $6 Million in investment. Minister for the […]

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Award-Winning Sweet Country Premieres In Alice Springs

Award-Winning Sweet Country Premieres In Alice Springs

18 January 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Locally Filmed Award-Winning Sweet Country Premieres In Alice Springs Tonight Victor P Taffa Territorians are in for a treat when the locally filmed Sweet Country premieres in Alice Springs tonight. International award-winning feature film is set in the 1920’s and tells the tale of an Aboriginal […]

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Inaugural Albany Arts Festival Secures Funding

Inaugural Albany Arts Festival Secures Funding

05 January 2018

Western Australia Minister for Regional Development Alannah MacTiernan Funding Boost Secures Albany Arts Festival Victor P Taffa Grant funding for the inaugural Albany Arts Festival drawing international theatre, music, visual arts and film to the Great Southern 3-month Albany Arts Festival to kick off in February 2018 McGowan Government has helped to secure a future […]

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New Cultural Institution Board Appointments Dominated By Women

New Cultural Institution Board Appointments Dominated By Women

01 January 2018

New South Wales Minister for the Arts Don Harwin Women Lead New South Wales Cultural Appointments Victor P Taffa Minister for the Arts Don Harwin announced that 7 of 8 new Cultural Institution board positions will be occupied by women. New appointees will oversee Cultural Institutions including the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Living Museums, the […]

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Andrews Govt Provides $10 Million For Victorian Film Television And Digital Games

Andrews Govt Provides $10 Million For Victorian Film Television And Digital Games

30 December 2017

Victoria Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley Film Television And Games Set To Soar In 2018 Victor P Taffa Andrews Government is backing Victorian film, television and digital games projects with $10 Million in new grants funding. “Whether it’s destined for the big screen or small our film, television and digital games industries are set […]

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Shortlist Released For 2018 Adelaide Festival Awards

Shortlist Released For 2018 Adelaide Festival Awards

26 December 2017

South Australia Premier Jay Weatherill 2018 Adelaide Festival Awards For Literature Shortlist Announced Victor P Taffa 37 writers from around Australia have today been honoured in one of the nation’s richest and most prestigious literary awards, with the shortlist released for the 2018 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature. “These awards are a great opportunity to […]

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