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Jopuka Productions Public Fund
BSB: 637 000
Jopuka Productions is the Central Coast’s leading youth arts body, with a consistent track record of advocating for its young people, programming excellent and innovative new work, and bringing arts engagement to the wider community.
We foster emerging talent and provide accessible regional theatre and arts programming, platforming emerging and underrepresented voices, and creating a dazzling array of exciting new Australian work. Youth arts is the vanguard of the Australian arts sector, and we’re so thrilled to be supporting the next wave of acclaimed Australian artists.
These past few years have been some of the most challenging in recent memory, not just for Jopuka but for the arts sector as a whole. Jopuka, as a not-for-profit charitable enterprise, is funded through a variety of means, including production fees, classes, ticket sales, and grants, but a large portion of the money required to operate the company comes from public donations.
Pursue fresh and relevant ways to deliver youth theatre in Australia.
Foster emerging talent in accessible regional theatre and arts programming focusing on youth and young peoples’ agency, by creating and developing new and existing Australian work.
Provide peer-driven regional youth theatre and arts opportunities to the next generation of Australian storytellers.
Betty and Alan
Danielle Brame Whiting
John and Jan Aspinall
Lyn Kel Aspinall
Mister Minit Lake Haven
The Cooke Family
Mr Minit Australia
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