2014 Archive

AICSA AGM 2014

AICSA’s Annual General Meeting is fast approaching and you are invited to attend. The AGM will be held at Tuxedo Cat @ Raj House, featuring a tour of the venue and an outline of AICSA’s work over the previous year. Wednesday 28 May 2014, 6pm Tuxedo Cat @ Raj House 54 Hyde St, Adelaide (off Read more →

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VISION AND COMMITMENT

The AICSA recently approached the Labor, Liberal and Greens parties in SA and requested they provide their visions for the arts, creative and cultural sectors to share with you. We have highlighted their commitments below, full documents provided can be found here: + SA ARTS – STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS AND FRESH IDEAS Steven Marshall, State Liberal Read more →

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NEW EO ANNOUNCEMENT

AICSA is very pleased to announce that Michelle Wigg will commence as Executive Officer in April. Michelle is an arts festival manager and consultant, independent producer, and arts reviewer. She specialises in artist services, project and event management, producing, ticketing services, and operations. Michelle has a strong interest in arts advocacy, policy and funding issues, Read more →

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Creative Futures Report RELEASED

AICSA and Service Skills SA are very pleased to be releasing the Creative Futures Report today. The report was produced by the Arts Industry Council of South Australia in conjunction with Service Skills SA, the Department of Further Education Employment Science and Technology, and Innovation Business Skills Australia. The Creative Futures Report draws on the Read more →

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CALLING FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

The Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) are currently seeking Expressions of Interest for our Executive Officer position. Please refer to the EOI info sheet which outlines the key services and further detail. As Executive Officer you will be the first point of contact for the Council and will have an excellent overview of Read more →

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