New initiative to make the arts more inclusive

Under the new Fair Play initiative, leading Victorian arts organisations will be working to make the industry more inclusive.
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Fair Play aims to reduce barriers to leadership faced by members of Victoria’s diverse communities. Image Shutterstock.

Ten leading Victorian arts organisations will take part in a transformative program designed to make the industry more inclusive. The organisations, which include the Melbourne International Arts Festival, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and Regional Arts Victoria, are part of a pilot initiative, Fair Play: Equity, Inclusion and the Creative Industries, that aims to make Victoria’s creative sector better reflect its diverse communities.

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Alison Croggon
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Alison Croggon is an award-winning novelist, poet, theatre writer and critic. She has 30 years experience reviewing performance for outlets such as The Australian, the ABC and The Monthly and generated an international reputation as a performance critic with her influential blog Theatre Notes. In 2009 she was the first online critic to win the prestigious Geraldine Pascall Critic of the Year Award. Twitter: @alisoncroggon
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