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To recognise the significant contribution the Company has made to the performing arts locally and nationally, we are presenting a series of special events around Bangarras 30th anniversary season at QPAC, Mr Kotzas said.
Minister Enoch said $6.9 million in funding over two years will also go towards maintaining environmental conditions and meeting increased service demand at the Cultural Centres Central Energy Plant, while the lighting at QPAC will be modernised with $5 million in funding for the installation of energy efficient LED lighting.
As part of the 2019 QPAC International Series a free simulcast of Yuri Grigorovichs Spartacus will be available on Saturday 6 July 2019 to audiences in regional Queensland, Ms Enoch said.
CEO David Westgate will stay on, expected to become a director in the surviving company's board, which will include members of the QPAC board, members of the existing board of Jason, as well as others, the buyer explained.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) was the busiest theatre complex in Australia.
I'd like to thank all of the regional councils, venues and community groups for the great lengths they went to work with QPAC to deliver this amazing opportunity to their communities.
The deal will allow the firm to back its Physician Alignment and Collaboration Suite (QPAC) for the payer and provider markets amid growing demand, it added.
The Palaszczuk Government has committed $125 million for a new theatre at QPAC, along with $8 million towards the redevelopment of the Thomas Dixon Centre in West End, home to Queensland Ballet.
Arts icon QPAC, a high school with a 30-year record of inclusion and the founder of the Council for Young Africans Living Abroad are among the winners of the Queensland Multicultural Awards 2018.
Our venues including Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), the State Library of Queensland, the Queensland Museum and Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) all do fantastic work and collaborate together in the Cultural Centre.
QPAC is a finalist in the Government category for its collaborative arts-based programs including We all Dance, Songs of Hope and Healing which supported a refugee choir and the popular BrisAsia Festival.
I commend QPAC for its ongoing commitment through this iconic Festival to promote the value of participation in the arts for life long-learning, which has many positive benefits for childrens social, creative and cognitive development.