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Membership to Drama NSW for 2015 – Add GST from January 2015 to December 2015
Please click this link to download the 2015 form. Please note that this form becomes a tax invoice when paid in full.
Dear Drama NSW Members
Our Association is required to register for GST for 2015 because we are running the Drama Australia National Conference in July. This will incur an increase in the amount of funds we manage during 2015 which will put us over the GST free limit.
This will impact all our financial dealings in the year and of course your subscriptions will be subject to GST. We will return to a GST free situation in 2016.
Also at the 2014 AGM base subscription rates were marginally increased for all categories. The new rates are indicated in the table below.
If you pay for your membership subscription for 2015 before December 31st 2014 there will be no added GST but from January 1st to December 31st 2015, GST will be added to the subscription totals. DRAMA Membership is for twelve months commencing in January.
Membership Categories/ Fees
Institutional Membership $349.00 + GST = $383.90
Personal membership $109.00 +GST = $119.90
F/T Student/ Concession/ Beginning (First Year) Teacher $85.00 +GST = $93.50
Please contact us with any questions Please click this link to download the 2015 form Please note that this form becomes a tax invoice when paid in full.
Shreela Pradham - DramaNSW Office Ph. 02 97160378
Please click here to download the form. Please note that this form becomes a tax invoice when paid in full.
Benefits to members: support from professional Drama educators across Australia and the world, discounted professional development courses and State and National Conference registration. Discounts to theatres around Sydney and discounts from publishers and resource providers. Be part of our state wide association and share your ideas and talents.
Please read the Drama NSW Presidents' response to the Review of the Australian Curriculum Final Report (12th October 2014).
The role of arts participation in students’ academic and non-academic outcomes:
A longitudinal study of school, home, and community factors.
Martin, Andrew J.; Mansour, Marianne; Anderson, Michael; Gibson, Robyn; Liem, Gregory A. D.; Sudmalis, David
Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol 105(3), Aug 2013, 709-727. doi: 10.1037/a0032795
This longitudinal study draws on positive youth development frameworks and ecological models to examine the role of school-, home- and community-based arts participation in students’ academic (e.g., motivation, engagement) and non-academic (e.g., self-esteem, life satisfaction) outcomes. Read more: The Arts Curriculum Research 2014