Speakers announced // Federal Arts and Culture Policy Forum

Everywhere and Essential - Arts and Culture in Australia

Speakers Announced EVERYWHERE AND ESSENTIAL – ARTS AND CULTURE IN AUSTRALIAFederal Arts and Culture Policy Forum Friday 29 AprilCafe and bar open from 6pm, forum from 7pm – 9pm ACSTMarion Cultural Centre, 287 Diagonal Rd, Oaklands Park, Kaurna Yerta (+ online webinar) Presented by the Arts Industry Council of South Australia. Confirmed speakers include: The Hon. Senator […]

Save the Date // Federal Arts and Culture Policy Forum

Everywhere and Essential - Arts and Culture in Australia

EVERYWHERE AND ESSENTIAL – ARTS AND CULTURE IN AUSTRALIA Federal Arts and Culture Policy Forum Friday 29 April Bar and cafe open from 6pm, forum from 7pm – 9pm Marion Cultural Centre, 287 Diagonal Rd, Oaklands Park, Kaurna Yerta (+ online webinar) Presented by the Arts Industry Council of South Australia Confirmed speakers include: The […]

State Election Arts and Culture Policies

State election arts and culture policies Heading into the state election this Saturday 19 March, Arts Industry Council of South Australia urges voters to consider arts and culture when voting, both in lower house seats of the South Australian Parliament and in the Legislative Assembly (upper house). Last week AICSA held two arts and culture […]

AICSA Key Issues Survey 2021

AICSA KEY ISSUES SURVEY 2021: your views in the lead-up to forthcoming elections COMPLETE THE SURVEY HERE By midnight, Sunday 16 May 2021 In the coming 18 months or so, elections will be held at all levels of government, and Arts Industry Council of South Australia will be working to represent and advocate for the sector’s […]

AICSA CONGRATULATES SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT FOR SECOND STATE ARTS PACKAGE

$10.2 million new investment in survival and recovery  The Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) warmly welcomes the Government of South Australia’s second package responding to the dramatic impact of COVID-19 on the state’s arts industry. Gail Kovatseff, AICSA Chairperson said, “We are extremely pleased and heartened that the South Australian Government has responded […]

AICSA Sector Survey Results Available for Download

SECTOR SURVEY RESULTS DOWNLOAD HERE (896kb). In the second half of 2018 AICSA held two briefing meetings to update the sector on cuts to the arts budget and the dismantling of Arts South Australia. At these meetings many expressed their concern regarding these changes and agreed that this is an uncertain time for organisations, companies […]

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 […]

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 […]

AICSA 2017-2018 Budget Briefing

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, […]