Retaining the spark: keeping young talent in Wagga key to unlocking artistic potential

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CSU lecturers Dominique Sweeney and Robert Lewis are striving to create a space in which young Wagga actors can thrive.

Retaining young creatives and graduate actors is the key to unlocking the Riverina’s potential as an artistic powerhouse, two experts believe.

Charles Sturt University acting lecturers Dominique Sweeney and Robert Lewis are recent additions to the Wagga CSU campus, having joined the School of Communications and Creative Industries in 2016.

Period09 Feb 2018

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  • TitleRetaining the spark: keeping young talent in Wagga key to unlocking artistic potential
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletThe Daily Advertiser
    Media typePrint
    CountryAustralia
    Date09/02/18
    DescriptionCSU lecturers Dominique Sweeney and Robert Lewis are striving to create a space in which young Wagga actors can thrive.

    Retaining young creatives and graduate actors is the key to unlocking the Riverina’s potential as an artistic powerhouse, two experts believe.

    Charles Sturt University acting lecturers Dominique Sweeney and Robert Lewis are recent additions to the Wagga CSU campus, having joined the School of Communications and Creative Industries in 2016.
    Producer/AuthorLachlan Grey
    URLwww.dailyadvertiser.com.au/story/5215782/keeping-young-talent-in-wagga-key-to-unlocking-artistic-potential/
    PersonsDominique Sweeney, Robert Lewis