MAJOR FUNDERS 

This project is assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts

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SPONSORS AND PARTNERS

State Cinema

Located in the historic Soundy Building (1883), adjoining the State Cinema on Elizabeth Street in the vibrant North Hobart cultural hub, the State Cinema Bookstore is a boutique store selling fine books, paper, stationery and gifts.

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Hadley’s Orient Hotel

Located in the heart of Hobart’s CBD and within walking distance of Salamanca and the waterfront precinct, the National Trust listed hotel was originally built by convict labour in 1834.

 

imgres-3  Fullers Bookshop Open seven days 131 Collins Street, Hobart, Tasmania.

 

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Fuji Xerox Australia offer managed print solutions and a huge range of office printers, multifunction devices and software. Contact us today on 1300 231 688.
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The City of Hobart is one of the most beautiful and liveable cities in the world.

 

 

imgres-1Radio National With 60 distinct programs each week, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s RN is unique. It has become known as the Ideas Network, where people can hear the latest in science, books and publishing, religion, social history, the arts and current affairs.

 

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936 ABC Hobart For the latest features, programs, news, audio, podcasts, sport, recipes, events in Hobart.

logo_26TEN26TEN  is about improving adult literacy and numeracy in Tasmania.  We are a movement that is changing attitudes toward literacy and helping everyone get the skills they need for work and life.  26TEN brings together business, community, and Government to raise awareness and work together to improve adult literacy in Tasmania.
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 logoTasmanian Times Tasmanian Times is a forum of discussion and dissent – a cheeky, irreverent challenge to the mass media’s obsession with popularity, superficiality and celebrity.