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Spotlight on Sharna Galvin

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Sharna Galvin is a freelancer in theatre and events, stage managing, site managing and production managing, who mainly works as ...
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New guidelines to prevent discrimination, harassment and bullying in the performing arts

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Ever since the emergence of the #MeToo movement last year, the entertainment industry has been in the spotlight to address ...
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MEAA says cuts to ABC “dangerous and irresponsible”

The Federal Budget’s cut of $127 million from the ABC represents a dangerous and irresponsible assault on public broadcasting in ...
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Screen crew speak up for a higher location offset

For the past month, MEAA has been encouraging screen crew members to contact their local MPs and Senators to call ...
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Big names call for action to protect Australia’s screen culture

Dozens of Australia’s best-known and most successful actors, directors, screenwriters, producers and production crew — including 15 Oscar winners — ...
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MEAA Easter hours

MEAA Member Central (1300 65 65 13) will be closed over the Easter long weekend and will re-open, Tuesday, April ...
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Momentum building for cultural change in live theatre

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About 50 representatives of major, medium and small theatre companies, performers, crew and other industry stakeholders came together in Melbourne ...
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Screen industry “needs help” to compete globally

Talented and experienced screen crew are leaving Australia in search of work because of limited opportunities due to the lack ...
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Federal Council finds MEAA in good shape

MEAA Federal President Simon Collins has issued a rallying call for the union to continue to innovate to remain relevant ...
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MEAA’s Federal Council meeting Feb 23-24

MEAA’s Federal Council, which is the key decision-making body of the union, will hold its biennial face-to-face meeting in Sydney ...
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