Author Archives: Simon Perrin

Workforce Development

You might remember back in early May, AICSA announced we would be working with Service Skills SA to develop a workforce development pilot project for individual artists and creatives in SA. Well good news! This project is being expanded to the entire arts, cultural and wider creative sectors! + Independent Creatives + Micro organisations (employs […]

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TAA Opportunity

The AICSA and AC Arts are once again working with the Industry Skills Development Directorate at DFEEST to offer members the opportunity to receive a significant discount off the cost of the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAA). This is a highly valuable qualification – even more so when you consider there will be […]

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Save The Date

This year the South Australian Performance Makers Forum will be presented by AICSA on Friday 7 September. This year YOU will determine the focus. All you need to do is rank the topics you want to discuss via this link, or make your own suggestions at the bottom of the survey.

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Committee Update

The AICSA has farewelled Tricia Walton in her role as AICSA Chair and committee member, who stepped down at our AGM due to conflicting work commitments; and welcomed Phil Callaghan and Annemarie Kohn into the role of Co-Chair. Our new Deputy is Craig Harrison, and Gordon Anderson happily remains Treasurer. We also farewelled Sarah Feijen […]

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Meeting with Simon Crean

On August 17th 2011, heads of various key arts organisations and peak bodies met with the Honourable Simon Crean, Minister for Regional Australia, Regional Development & Local Government, Minister for the Arts to discuss the current key arts issues. There were only two representatives from South Australia one of which was AICSA co-chair, Alison Dunn. […]

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Meeting with Peter Garrett

On Friday 6 August representatives from The Arts Industry Council met with Federal Arts Minister Peter Garrett to raise a number of key issues of our members in advance of the federal election. To read the notes from this meeting please click below: Meeting with Minister Peter Garrett

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