Projects

CREATIVE SOUTH AUSTRALIA: A VISION FOR THE ARTS launches in December 2017

In the lead up to the 2018 State Election, Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) launches CREATIVE SOUTH AUSTRALIA: A VISION FOR THE ARTS – a wide-ranging vision for arts and culture in South Australia.

Since November 2015 AICSA has been working with the SA arts community to develop and put a vision in place which ensures that there is a holistic approach to the arts. It is a vision looking forward to 2055 aiming to ensure the legacy we leave for the coming generations is as robust as the one inherited by current generations from the work of ground-breakers in the 1960s and 1970s. It manifestly celebrates the contribution artists makes to the richness of our society, the strength of our identity and the viability of our economy.

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Adelaide 2055: A 40 Year Vision for the Arts

The Arts Industry Council of South Australia is currently finalising the vision document “Adelaide 2055: A 40 Year Vision for the Arts” for release in 2017. Read more.

Creative Boom

The Creative Boom project was initiated by the Arts Industry Council of SA (AICSA) with support from the Department of State Development. The study was undertaken by a consulting team comprising a Core Team of: Margaret Caust and Richard Brecknock, Brecknock Consulting.

The Creative Boom report was released 28 November 2015, for further details and to download the report. Read more.

Creative Futures

The Creative Futures Report has been produced as an outcome of a project facilitated by the Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) and Service Skills SA (SSSA) with funding provided by the Industry Skills Development Directorate of the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (DFEEST), Innovation and Business Skills Australia (IBSA) and SSSA. The Report was released in 2013. Read more.