Federal Election Report Card on Arts – LPA

Live Performance Australia has released its assessment of the major parties’ policy positions for the live performance industry in the lead-up to the 2016 federal election. View the report card here for a comparison of the arts policies and commitments of the Coalition, the ALP, Greens and the Arts Party. Arts Industry Council of South Australia asks Read more →

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Media release: AICSA welcomes SA arts funding reprieve

MEDIA RELEASE: For immediate release: Wednesday 22 June 2016 Arts Industry Council of South Australia welcomes the South Australian arts funding reprieve announced by Arts Minister Jack Snelling MP AICSA chairperson Gail Kovatseff said, “The announcement on June 19 returns $7.7 million previously cut from Arts South Australia’s budget. We welcome this much-needed investment and congratulate Read more →

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Federal Arts Forum SA – 21 June

Federal Arts Forum SA  Organised by Arts Industry Council of SA Join AICSA at the upcoming Federal Arts Forum on 21 June, and hear from SA federal election candidates who will talk on their party’s arts policies and visions for the arts. Speakers will be: Australian Labor Party (Mark Butler MP) Australian Greens (Senator Robert Read more →

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CAMPAIGNING IN THE MARGINAL FEDERAL SEAT OF HINDMARSH

CAMPAIGNING FOR THE ARTS – MARGINAL FEDERAL SEATS Arts Industry Council of South Australia is campaigning in support of the value of artists and arts organisations in the marginal Federal seat of Hindmarsh. This campaign aims to raise the reduction of Federal support for the Australia Council, and the impact of this on South Australian Read more →

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Write to your federal representative & Minister for the Arts on arts funding

23 May 2016 Dear artists, arts workers and arts lovers, Federal government’s cuts to the funding of the Australia Council for the Arts are beginning to have their long-term impact felt across the country, including here in South Australia. The Friday 13 May 2016 announcement of Australia Council‘s 4-year funding recipients saw 62 small to Read more →

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ANNUAL REPORT 2015

Chair Gail Kovatseff delivered the 2015 Annual Report for Arts Industry Council of SA at the AGM on 16 May 2016. Download the full report. — Annual Report 2015 Presented at AICSA AGM, 16 May 2016 By Gail Kovatseff (Chair) & Michelle Wigg (Executive Officer) During a year of uncertainty for the arts in 2015, Read more →

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