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

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26 Nov 2014
EOIs invited to design, construct new museum • Expressions of interest invited to design and construct WA’s new museum • Signals start of the competitive tender process • New museum to be developed in the heart of the Perth Cultural Centre
05 Nov 2014
The Australia Council invites organisations in Western Australia interested in applying to their new Six-Year Funding program to a discussion session.
16 Oct 2014
•Three arts groups receive share of $192,000 to tour 28 regional WA towns in 2015 •Performances explore the themes of climate change, sharks and music •Release of four-year Regional Arts and Cultural Action Plan
07 Oct 2014
The Australia Council Strategic Plan and new grants program was announced on 18 August. Chief Executive Officer Tony Grybowski welcomes your attendance at an open public information session for the WA arts sector.
08 May 2014
A total of $148.8million has been allocated to the Culture and the Arts budget in 2014-15. This represents $127.3million for recurrent services and $21.5million for capital works.
05 May 2014
Upgrades to Western Australia’s prime arts and cultural venues will be included in this Thursday’s State Budget.
02 May 2014
Six highly skilled Western Australian artists are working alongside Murdoch University student teachers and staff to develop arts programs for schools as part of the national Creative Education Partnerships: Artist-in-Residence Initiative.
01 May 2014
Regional communities in Western Australia will have the opportunity to see more touring arts performances, thanks to a $1million injection from the State Government.
11 Apr 2014
Culture and the Arts Minister John Day today announced that the Perth Theatre Trust will manage the operations of His Majesty’s Theatre, the State Theatre Centre, Perth Concert Hall and Subiaco Arts Centre from January 1, 2015.
31 Mar 2014
The State Government has appointed 186 members of the Western Australian culture and arts sector to serve on peer assessment panels for the Department of Culture and the Arts (DCA) grants programs.