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Dance Industry Strategy Review Forum - Wellington Sun 21 Aug

This is your chance to have a say
about the future direction of your industry

Date :
Time :
Venue : 21 August 2011
2pm to 5pm
Upper Chamber, Toi Poneke Arts Centre, 65 Abel Smith Street, WELLINGTON

It’s been 3 years since the NZ Dance Industry Strategy was produced and this is your chance to participate in an industry wide review to see:
What has been achieved?
What has not been achieved?
What are the priorities now?
What new issues need to be addressed?
This is in respect to the following documents which can be downloaded from the DANZ website:
New Zealand Dance Industry Strategy
Blueprint for Action for the NZ Dance Industry Strategy
DANZ encourages everybody in the dance sector to attend this forum. If you can’t attend but would like to comment please complete the attached feedback form and return to by Thursday 18 August 2011.

FREE, but please book with DANZ for this great chance to
get together with your peers and network
Phone : 04 801 9885, or email


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