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A NSW registered political party dedicated to culture, creativity and a better tomorrow.
REVERSE THE CUTS!Cuts to screen funding in the State Budget will devastate the industry in NSW, pushing jobs and productions out of the state. Contact your MP to reverse these cuts: www.meaa.org/reverse-the-screen-cuts
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Dear @followers, we have managed to raise over 50% of our fundraising target… but we still have a way to go with only 6 days left.
If every follower donated $2, we’d reach our target, no drama. Same if only half our followers donated $5 each.
Remember that every donation over $2 is tax deductible. If you are concerned about the info required to make a donation via the link below, it’s standard procedure and is so the ATO knows to take your deduction off your next tax return.
Make magic happen and donate today - poetry will be richer for it.
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Why did I pick the blues? 🙂
of course it does, just like reading the herald sun every day influences how you view the world!
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I am an aging dancer (65) who still cannot sit still when there’s a good beat playing. Yes, my knees are pretty average & sure it will be a knee replacement or 2 for me in coming years. But absolutely no regrets. The benefits far outweigh the cost. 🙏
Yes - this no dancing affliction is prevalent in the majority of the males of New Zealand Australia and England.
Melissa Janet ❤️
But to understand that the life of your knees and tympanics is something you only become aware of once they are going is one of those catch 22's.
Shut up and take my vote 😉🥰
We're so pleased and proud to announce that after unprecedented demand from artists, La Mama Pathways program will expand significantly in 2024, with a raft of new professional development opportunities and a new partnership with John T Reid Charitable Trusts.
The 2024 program will include:
WRITING INTENSIVE is a theatre writing series in partnership with Australian Plays Transform (APT). Entry to this program will be via application, and an external selection committee will decide the final cohort.
EMERGE is an open access program for theatre makers aged 18 - 26.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES offers open access, free professional development on topics to be determined by our community.
MENTORSHIPS will be offered for producers, stage managers, and other creatives.
DRAMATURGICAL SUPPORT will offer one on one sessions with experienced dramaturgs for selected writers who submit scripts to our open, free script appraisal service.
CONNECT will offer the opportunity for networking as well as consultation to shape future programs. These are free and open access events but bookings are required.
Connect will begin this year with three consultative sessions in October. Bookings will open soon so keep following us here and subscribe to our enews.
ℹ More information and application processes for Pathways 2024 will be announced in December.
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BREAKING NEWS! Shayda has won the 2023 CinefestOZ $100,000 Film Prize.
Cinema Australia congratulates the Shayda team on such an incredible film.
We’d also like to congratulate CinefestOZ on another excellent festival in 2023. It’s an honour to attend each year and I can’t wait for 2024. ... See MoreSee Less
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