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AbaF Announces New National Partnership Award

23 April 2007 at 1:27 pm
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A new national category for this year's AbaF Awards has just been announced.

Staff Reporter | 23 April 2007 at 1:27 pm


AbaF Announces New National Partnership Award
23 April 2007 at 1:27 pm

A new national category for this year’s AbaF Awards has just been announced.

The Australia Council Arts for Young People Award is for business arts partnerships that enrich the lives of young Australians through engagement with and participation in the arts.

The annual AbaF Awards celebrate the best of Australia’s relationships between the private sector and the arts.

From small businesses to major corporations, from community arts ventures to national cultural flagships – the AbaF Awards are for everyone involved in private sector – arts relationships. There is no entry fee for the AbaF Awards.

Awards are presented for outstanding partnering, volunteering and giving at state and national levels.

The seventh annual AbaF Awards will be presented in every state, with the winners going onto the national AbaF Awards in Sydney.

Nominations close Friday 18 May 2007. State Winners are announced in September at events in each state and the national Awards are announced on october 25th in Sydney.

For more information, guidelines and application forms go to:

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