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General Meeting – Federal Budget arts funding changes

Immediately after the AGM, a general meeting will be held to discuss AICSA’s response to the Federal Budget arts funding changes, following on from the Supporting the Creative Ecology of SA gathering at Parliament House on Friday 22 May. Discussions will include arts funding recommendations at federal and state levels, and suggested priorities for Australia Council’s new Read more →

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Davenport by-election: Write to your candidates

The by-election for the district of Davenport will take place on Saturday 31 January 2015. More information can be found here. The Arts Industry Council of South Australia is currently asking arts lovers in the Davenport electorate to write to candidates, asking them what their vision is for the arts and culture in South Australia. Please 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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s2m tour

AICSA were requested to organise a tour of small to medium organisations for Mr Stephen Marshall, Shadow Minister for the Arts and Opposition Leader; his arts advisor Torie Brown, and Isobel Redmond MP, State Member for Heysen. AICSA lined up visits with 13 organisations across three areas scheduled for 2-5pm Friday 22 November: Lion Arts Read more →

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NAVA sector consultation

AICSA was very pleased to attend a round table discussion for the visual arts, craft and design sector in Adelaide facilitated by the National Association for the Visual Arts, (NAVA). Tamara Winnikoff, Executive Director of NAVA provided a national overview post federal election, highlighting uncertainty and concern around the likelihood of funding cuts. There was Read more →

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St Pauls

AICSA attended an arts sector consultation on a proposed ‘hub’ for the arts yesterday. The consultation was led by David Paterson, Cornerstone Strategy at the request of the project co-sponsors Sandy Verschoor (Adelaide City Council), Alex Reid (Arts SA), and Georgina Vasilevski (DPTI) – and following on from the Capital City Committee’s Emerging Leaders Forum Read more →

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