Junction Arts Festival Receives Two Abaf Awards

September 07 2012

​Last night Festival Director Natalie De Vito accepted two Australia Business Arts Foundation in Tasmania awards on behalf of Junction Arts Festival.

Junction Arts Festival along with Festival partner Effective Naturally were awarded the Toyota Community Award for the 2011 Junction Arts Festival Project Search Party vs. Launceston. This award recognised the community engagement in this project.

JAF in conjunction with Festival partner Kids Paradise, Pregnant Young Parents Support Service (PYPS) and cu @home were awarded the Art & Health Foundation Award for the 2011 Junction Arts Festival project How High The Sky by Polyglot Theatre that was an experience for babies under 12 months and their carers.

We are super proud to be recognised with these awards are looking forward to attending the AbaF national awards ceremony in Melbourne in October.