OTYP presented with $20,000 grant

OTYP presented with $20,000 grant


On the  22nd November, NSW Member for Murray-Darling, John Williams presented Outback Theatre for Young People with a $20,000 grant.

Creative Producer, Mandy Field was presented with the cheque that will go towards the  Illuminate Project, which works with communities in the Wakool Shire.

“There will be a big outcome; a show that is basically led by a core ensemble of older students,” Ms Field said.

The grant, supported through the Arts NSW 2013 Arts Funding Program, will fund the project’s ‘toolkit’ which will assist teachers and communities with theatre.


Photo: Deniliquin Pastoral Times

 

 

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