LPA supports the work of the Australian Wireless Audio Group (AWAG) in advocating compensation for users of wireless audio technology.
In order to have a thriving live performance industry it is imperative to have an adequately skilled workforce.
LPA takes an anti-scalping position and has been active in campaigning against large scale, organised scalping
Following an extensive negotiation and Member consultation LPA and APRA AMCOS have now finalised the new terms and tariff rates for Festivals and Concerts (‘promoted music event’).
LPA believes strongly in the social, cultural and economic benefits of a globalised live performance industry.
LPA is strongly supportive of freedom of speech and opposed to censorship of the arts.
LPA believes venue infrastructure is key to maintain a strong touring circuit and advocates to government around addressing key infrastructure gaps.
LPA believes in the need to further develop the Australian performing arts market, and encourage greater and more extensive national touring.
LPA is a supporter of arts access measures in terms of individual rights, and believe it is rightly covered by both State and Federal anti-discrimination legislation.
LPA is a strong advocate for growth in private sector arts support.
Child employment is a long standing feature of the live performance industry, and must be managed responsibly and in keeping with various child employment regulations.
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.