AWE promotes the creative, technical, production and management skills, outputs and achievements of females in Australian arts and entertainment
At AWE, we believe the Australian arts and entertainment community will benefit from a wider human experience via the wider participation of females in all aspects of arts and entertainment.
We are committed to increasing female-driven storytelling and artistic leadership in Australia
We have collated a large database of Australia's best female artists and entertainer in an effort to connect our communities.
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Learn more about us our core team members, our mission and how you can also contribute as we endeavour to promote, showcase and campaign women's rights and talents .
Showcase female-driven stories, music and dance that investigate the lived experience of females, especially where these stories investigate the intersectionality of female experience including, but not limited to ethnicity, age, disability, sexual preferences and culture.
Promote flexible work arrangements in arts and entertainment workplaces and discover how these arrangements might further assist people with family responsibilities to participate in arts and entertainment workforces, especially those people making careers as whose family responsibilities often directly conflict with arts and entertainment working hours and networking opportunities