State arts service organisations: effective, engaged but endangered

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The professional development opportunities offered by the likes of Writing NSW and NAVA increases the visibility, viability and inclusiveness of their artforms – so why cut their funding?

Last week the NSW government’s arts funding arm, Create NSW, removed or significantly reduced funding to arts service organisations including Writing NSW, Playwriting Australia, the National Association of Visual Artists (NAVA) and Ausdance NSW. This short-sighted trend of cutting funding to arts organisations began several years ago.

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