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YOUNG PEOPLE AND THE ARTS

Sue Giles

Platform Papers 54

An agenda for change

Sue Giles

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In a radical new overview of young people’s outlook on the theatre, respected producer Sue Giles calls on adults to listen to our children and abandon outdated barriers to their imaginative exploration and risk-taking. Children, she says, can provide new models for the way we run society if we are brave enough to let go of what we know.  

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About the Author

Sue Giles is the Artistic Director and CEO of Melbourne's Polyglot Theatre and Vice-President of ASSITEJ, the international association of theatre for young audiences.

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Media Coverage and Extracts:

Sydney Morning Herald http://bit.ly/2nuawCl

Audrey Journal http://bit.ly/2DQEW7Y

Limelight Magazine http://bit.ly/2EsqzaY

ArtsHub http://bit.ly/2nuNIl2

The Australian http://bit.ly/2s2BMwz

Brisbane Times http://bit.ly/2E69YMn