AEAA Helps Circus OZ Go Bush

Craig Reardon - Tuesday, April 26, 2016

The AEAA is continuing it's efforts to support live Australian talent by financially supporting another great performance initiative. Circus Oz approached the AEAA for financial assistance in doing gigs and workshops in indigenous communities from Arnim Land to the Central Coast and from Palm Island to the Pilbra.

They perform in local halls or under the vast Australian sky, and work with the local kids who blow them away with amazing tricks. You may also like to help by clicking on Circus Oz Goes Bush to make an donation.

Circus Oz has the talent and show - the only thing missing are funds to make it possible! This is where the AEAA stepped in with a $1000.00 to help make it all hapen.Circus Oz's dream is to make sure that the most diverse audience possible is brought together to gasp, clap and cheer the raucous hilarity of Circus Oz – if remote communities can’t come to them, they, with the support of the AEAA and others, can go to the remote communities.

AEAA Supports the Choir of Hard Knocks, now known as the Choir of Hope and Inspiration

Craig Reardon - Saturday, December 20, 2014

On 13/12/2014, at the Hope and Inspirations Christmas concert ant the Melbourne Town Hall, the President of the Australian Entertainment Agents Association, Jo Muldoon, presented a donation cheque for $1000.00 to the Choir of Hard Knocks, now known as the Choir of Hope and Inspiration. The cheques was gratefully received by Jonathon Welsh, founder of the choir.

The Choir of Hope and Inspiration is a choir consisting of homeless and disadvantaged people formed in Melbourne, Australia