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Junction wins State’s support

Launceston’s Junction Arts Festival, originally a one-off event to coincide with a Regional Arts Australia National Conference in 2010, has secured state funding for the next five years. The Tasmanian Government has committed $1.25 million to the festival until 2021. In addition, the City of Launceston will provide $45,000 a year over the next three years. Festival Creative Director, Greg Clarke, told The Examiner: “We can’t give too much away yet, but the 2017 program will definitely have something for everyone. What I can tell you is that there will be over 30 events with a real focus on showcasing Tasmanian music, art, performance, food and wine.”

4 July 2017, Edition 185

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