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Funding boost for the arts

Member for Kiama Gareth Ward announced this week a $345,950in funding for local performing arts projects and events across the region.
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The funding has been made available under the New South Wales Liberal and Nationals Government’s Arts and Cultural Development Program.

Shopfront Theatre for Young People Co-op Ltd will receive$100,000,Illawarra Performing Arts Centre for Merrigong Theatre Company$81,500,South Coast Writers Centre Inc $80,000,Wollongong City Council for Wollongong City Gallery$70,000 andThe Siren Project, a new contemporary performance work developed in Port Kembla will be allocated$14,450.

“The Illawarra Performing Arts Centre and Merringong Theatre Company are excellent hubs of artistic talent and passion and I am thrilled that the NSW Government is supporting them, along with the Shopfront Theatre for Young People Co-op, South Coast Writers’ Centre Inc and Wollongong City Gallery,” Mr Wardsaid.

“I am very proud that our local performing arts centres and theatres are receiving the necessary funding to support the innovative and high quality arts and cultural programs which our region is renowned for.”

NSW Deputy Premier and Minister for the Arts Troy Grant said the government was proud to provide funding for a diverse range of programs that will further enrich the State’s dynamic arts and cultural sector.

“This funding is a key commitment under the government’s newCreate in NSW10-year policy framework to extend the reputation of NSW as the leading state for arts and culture, while supporting job creation and the visitor economy,” he said.

“The NSW Government is committed to providing people withaccess to a diverse range of arts and cultural experiences, no matter where they live.”

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