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Ministerial media statements - The Hon. John Day BSc BDSc MLA - 2011-17

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28 Jan 2016
The State Government is providing $1.2 million to help develop the long-term sustainability of Aboriginal art centres in regional Western Australia.
23 Nov 2015
Thirty-five emerging and established arts organisations will share in more than $29 million over three years to deliver arts and cultural experiences for the Western Australian community.
12 Nov 2015
Regional and remote communities will have a say in what performing arts shows they want to see through the new Regional and Remote Touring Fund, part of the $24 million Creative Regions program.
14 Oct 2015
Western Australia’s theatre sector plays an invaluable role in the cultural life of the State.
03 Sep 2015
For the first time, eligible families will be able to purchase $5 tickets to selected events at the AWESOME International Arts Festival for Bright Young Things during October.
20 Aug 2015
Read the Minister's media statement here .
11 Jun 2015
Culture and the Arts Minister John Day today announced that three world-class consortia led by Brookfield Multiplex, John Holland and a joint venture between Doric Group and Tecnicas Reunidas had been short-listed to design and construct Western Australia’s new museum.
10 Jun 2015
There will be more arts and culture in regional Western Australia than ever before as the $24 million Creative Regions program is rolled out over the next four years.
23 Apr 2015
As part of Anzac Centenary commemorations, residents in more than 100 regional Western Australian towns and remote communities will have the opportunity to watch the critically acclaimed theatre production, Black Diggers, this Friday evening.
21 Apr 2015
Residents in more than 100 regional West Australia centres, towns and remote Aboriginal communities will be able to see a telecast of Black Diggers as part of next week’s Anzac Centenary commemorations.