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House rules

We welcome and encourage all user posts, comments and opinions. When contributing your views please ensure that don't:

  1. include personal information about yourself or others in your comments (such as email addresses, private addresses or phone numbers)
  2. impersonate or falsely represent any other person
  3. abuse, harass or threaten others
  4. add any content that racially or religiously vilifies others; incites, induces or aids violence, discrimination, harassment, victimisation or hatred towards others; is likely to offend, insult or humiliate others, particularly on the basis of their race, colour, descent, national origin, religion, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation or any disability; or that infringes the intellectual property rights of others
  5. make defamatory or libellous comments
  6. use insulting, provocative or hateful language
  7. use obscene or offensive language

Arts Tasmania reserves the right to remove content that breaches any of the rules and in extreme cases, block individuals from future use.

Where applicable, Arts Tasmania may close comments on a topic if the discussion is deemed to have become irrelevant or out-of-date by the page administrators.

Spamming or unsolicited bulk messaging will not be tolerated. Occurrences of this will be deleted and the user may be blocked.

If you see any content that you deem inappropriate, please let Arts Tasmania know and the matter will be acted upon.


Arts Tasmania makes no representations or warranties of any kind, expressed or implied, including warranties of accuracy, in regard to the material published on any of its social media tools, including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or YouTube.

Information posted on Arts Tasmania’s social media is not intended to take the place of advice or feedback delivered by our Program Officers. If you have queries, please contact Arts Tasmania directly and we will direct you to the appropriate Program Officer for assistance.

By engaging with Arts Tasmania’s social media tools, you agree that the Department of State Growth and the Tasmanian Government are not responsible for any user comments posted to the site and that the posting of a comment does not indicate any authorisation, endorsement, support, sanction or agreement by Arts Tasmania of the content or accuracy of any comment.

The Department of State Growth and/or the Tasmanian Government will retain a copy of the comments as required by public records laws and may be obliged to disclose the comments under freedom of information or other relevant laws even if the comments are no longer available via any of the aforementioned social media tools.

Arts Tasmania may vary the terms of use for social media tools and sites from time to time.

Contributors should review the terms of use for social media tools regularly to ensure they are aware of any changes.