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APAX Applications Webinar – Register Now

Not only has the format of PAC Australia’s annual event changed this year, but so have applications for artists and producers to “pitch”.  And we use " " because it isn't really a pitch - it's an opportunity to update the sector on your organisation...

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04 June
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Applications for APAX 2020 Now Open

Following from our recent announcement that APAX 2020 would be moving online, we're excited to open applications to present at APAX 2020! Our new APAX 2020 website is now live and will be updated regularly - you can find all the application information right here. You can...

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28 May
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APAX 2020 Moves Online

Today PAC Australia announced the 2020 Australian Performing Arts Exchange, to be held at NIDA in Sydney in September, would be shifting to an online format due to the impact of COVID-19. Though a difficult decision, PAC Australia is excited to have the opportunity to present...

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28 May
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The alarm bells are ringing loud and clear.

The disturbing news that Australia’s largest multi-arts centre Carriageworks has entered into voluntary administration is cause for alarm across the sector and demonstrates the real risk of broad and permanent venue closures across the country unless the government provides direct support. Performing arts centres will be...

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05 May
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Funding Round Up – Government COVID-19 Support

  The information supplied was last updated 24-9-2020.    FEDERAL    On 27 August 2020, the Federal Government announced an additional $3.1 million to expand mental health and wellbeing services available through the Ahead for Business initiative to ensure small business owners and their staff can access support and resources. The federal...

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29 April
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Letter to the PM

TO The Hon Scott Morrison MP Prime Minister The Hon Michael McCormack MP Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Regional Development Thursday 26 March 2020 Dear Prime Minister, At this most debilitating time in Australia’s cultural life, our creative, cultural and entertainment industries require urgent support to ensure that jobs and infrastructure survive...

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22 March