Live Performance Australia's Director of Policy and Program Suzanne Daley and Dynamic EcoSolutions' Lisa Erhart spoke about Energy Efficiency in the Live Performance Industry at the recent Entech Connect Conference. Visit LPA's website to find out more about the Energy Efficiency in the Live Performance Industry initiatives here.
Lisa Erhart (left) and Suzanne Daley speaking about LPA's Greener Live Performances through Energy Efficiency.
Suzanne Daley is a 12 year veteran at the peak body Live Performance Australia, where she is an advisor, advocate, curator, and cultural change leader for a broad national membership of producers, performing arts companies, music promoters, festivals, venues and service providers. Suzanne is the Project Manager for Greener Live Performances through Energy Efficiency, a Commonwealth Department of Industry funded project to provide live performance SMEs with the resources and tools to make producing, presenting and touring more energy efficient.
Lisa Erhart is a business consultant who specialises in helping companies transform into sustainable business enterprises using practical and easy to use processes. Lisa commenced working with La Boite Theatre Company in 2009, then expanded to the Queensland pilot of the Greener Live Performances program with LPA in 2011. Lisa is one of three project partners working on the national Greener Live Performances through Energy Efficiency program, which commenced in 2013 and will conclude in 2015.
LPA offers practical information to help production companies, tours, venues and events become more energy efficient.
LPA provides Members with support in regards to the preparation of applications for the Subclass 408 Temporary Activity Visa to import overseas artists and associated personnel into Australia.