EVENTS

VISIONS FOR A CREATIVE SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Arts policies in the SA state election

12:30pm – 2pm, Wednesday 7 March
The Palais, Adelaide Riverbank, Elder Park

Free entry (bookings not required)

Presented by the Arts Industry Council of SA and the Adelaide Festival, as part of Festival Forums with David Marr.

Speakers:
The Hon Jay Weatherill, MP, Premier of South Australia and Minister for the Arts
The Hon John Gardner, MP, Shadow Minister for the Arts
The Hon Tammy Franks, MLC, Australian Greens
The Hon Kelly Vincent, MLC, Dignity Party
Hazel Wainwright, Candidate for Mawson, Nick Xenophon’s SA-Best
Facilitated by journalist David Marr

The arts and cultural sector in South Australia is a key contributor to our state’s identity, employment, wellbeing, democratic participation, tourism and innovation. State investment in the arts, and in artists, reaps many cultural, social and economic benefits.

Hear parliamentary representatives and candidates from political parties contesting the March 17 state election discuss their visions and policies for the arts in South Australia, in conversation with journalist David Marr. The forum will include an opportunity to ask questions.

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AICSA END OF YEAR DRINKS + CREATIVE SA LAUNCH

AICSA is pleased to invite you and a guest to end of year drinks to celebrate with friends and colleagues another great year in the arts. Join us as we also launch Creative South Australia and update on our 2018 state election campaigning.

Wednesday 13 December
5pm-7pm
West Oak Hotel (upstairs)
208 Hindley St, Adelaide

Light refreshments provided and complimentary drink on arrival (then Pay Bar).

Creative South Australia is an arts industry driven Vision for South Australia. It is being released as part of AICSA’s 2018 state election campaigning:

AICSA calls on all major parties to make a commitment to the following
1. Release your costed arts policy in the lead up to the 2018 state election
2. Make a commitment to investment in SA’s creativity
3. Work with AICSA and its members on plans for jobs growth and development

#ADELAIDEORIGINAL #CREATIVESOUTHAUSTRALIA #ARTSMATTER

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AICSA 2017-2018 BUDGET BRIEFING

Arts Industry Council of SA invites the arts sector to gather for a briefing about the State Budget 2017-2018 and what it means for the arts and for artists. The gathering will also provide information about AICSA’s 2018 state election campaigning and how you can get involved.

Monday 26 June, 5.30pm-7pm, Free entry
Piano Bar, Adelaide Festival Centre

Free entry, register your attendance at Eventbrite here.