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Philip Mitchell says more investment in pathways is required to keep creative graduates in WA. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Funds shortage keeps puppeteers on a string

The need for more funding and resources in WA’s creative sector, and changes to student loans, could be compromising the state’s ability to deliver the training needed to nurture emerging talent. 

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18th↑The Literature Centre$1.6m
19th↓Awesome Arts AustraliaNFP
20th↑Spare Parts Puppet Theatre$1.6m
21st↑Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company$1.5m
22nd↑Perth Symphony Orchestra$1.5m
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