2018 Archive

2018-2019 State Budget Briefing

Around 150 people gathered at Nexus Arts on 13 September to discuss the impact of the 2018-2019 State Budget on the arts sector. AICSA Chair Gail Kovatseff provided an overview and a summary of questions that AICSA has asked to the Department of the Premier and Cabinet. This was followed by a Q+A session lead Read more →

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STATE BUDGET SEES CUTS TO THE ARTS AND SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO ARTS SOUTH AUSTRALIA

For immediate release Wednesday 5 September 2018 STATE BUDGET SEES CUTS TO THE ARTS AND SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO ARTS SOUTH AUSTRALIA The new South Australian Government’s first budget, delivered yesterday, sees savings targets and cuts to the arts, and the dismantling of Arts South Australia. While the Marshall Government has delivered on most of its Read more →

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AICSA Statement on Arts South Australia and the State Budget

Arts South Australia and the State Budget Wednesday 22 August 2018 Dear AICSA members and subscribers, As you may have heard the South Australian Government has terminated the employment of Mr Peter Louca as the Executive Director of Arts South Australia, effective 5pm Wednesday 22 August, and has abolished the position of Executive Director, Arts Read more →

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ARTS PLAN + LETTER TO THE PREMIER

ARTS PLAN + LETTER TO THE PREMIER AICSA looks forward to working with the new government on progressing arts and culture in South Australia. We were happy to see the release of ‘Investing in the Arts’ prior to the election and the commitment of the government to establishing an arts plan. Following the AGM, AICSA Read more →

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AICSA WELCOMES COMMITTEE MEMBERS

AICSA WELCOMES COMMITTEE MEMBERS AICSA thanks members and friends who attended the 2017 Annual General Meeting, held at ACE Open on Wednesday 23 May. The meeting heard from AICSA Chair Gail Kovatseff who gave a comprehensive overview of activities in 2017. Nominations were also open for the executive. AICSA is managed by an executive of Read more →

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Media Release: What is the political vision for the arts in South Australia?

This question will be asked to our political representatives at a free Festival Forum Visions for a Creative South Australia: Arts policies in the SA state election on Wednesday 7 March. To be held at The Palais from 12.30pm-2pm and presented by Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) and the Adelaide Festival of Arts. Read more →

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