AICSA seeking $17mil+ investment in SA artists and small to medium arts organisations

Arts Industry Council of South Australia seeking a $17milllion+ investment in artists and small-to-medium arts organisations in the next State Budget The Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) has written to South Australian Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis proposing five initiatives that would see over $17million invested in small-to-medium arts organisations, individual artists and innovation in […]

Media Release: ‘Culture Counts: No to Arts Funding Cuts’

MEDIA RELEASE: For immediate release: Friday 15 April 2016 SA’s Arts Industry says ‘Culture Counts: No to Arts Funding Cuts’ Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) will host a rally next Tuesday 19th April to voice their concerns about the State Government’s proposed progressive cuts to the State’s Arts Budget over the next three years. […]

Rally Against Arts Funding Cuts, 19 April 2016

Rally Against Arts Funding Cuts Culture Counts! SA’s arts organisations and artists are facing the prospect of significantly reduced state government funding, putting our cultural industry at risk. Many local companies are under threat of closure and jobs will be lost without sustainable funding, affecting our state’s reputation as an arts capital. The proposed state […]

PUBLIC MEETINGS ON SENATE INQUIRY SUBMISSIONS

ArtsPeak (the confederation of national peak arts organisations) has been successful in its call for aSenate Inquiry into the last two federal arts budgets. AICSA is holding public meetings to support artists, arts workers and audiences with making submissions to the Senate Inquiry on arts budgets. All welcome. Wed 1 July 3-5pm Odeon Theatre Cnr Queen Street & The […]

SENATE INQUIRY SUBMISSIONS OPEN

ArtsPeak (the confederation of national peak arts organisations) has been successful in its call for a Senate Inquiry into the last two federal arts budgets. ArtsPeak member, the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA), has created a useful toolkit with details on how to make a submission, examples of submissions and contact information. Everyone is invited to make a submission […]

CALL FOR VIDEO MATERIALS FOR SENATE INQUIRY SUBMISSION

AICSA is working to create a short video that will celebrate the creative output of the small to medium and independent artists of South Australia. We plan to use this video as part of our submission to the Senate Inquiry and to distribute it via social media to encourage South Australian audiences to make a personal […]

ArtsPeak Calls For Senate Inquiry

ArtsPeak, the confederation of national peak arts organisations, has released a statement calling for a senate inquiry into the Federal Budget 2015-16 arts funding changes. Arts Industry Council of SA has signed this statement, following our general meeting to discuss responses to these funding changes. Download the ArtsPeak media release (PDF) or view the full statement […]

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 […]

Supporting the Creative Ecology in SA

Supporting the Creative Ecology in SA The Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) invites all interested parties to gather with us on the steps of Parliament House at 1pm on Friday 22 May 2015. This gathering will celebrate the integral role that small to medium arts organisations and independent artists play in the vitality of Australia’s […]

AICSA’s response to Federal Budget 2015-16

The Arts Industry Council of SA has written to Senator Brandis, to express concerns in changes to arts funding in the 2015-16 Federal Budgets announcement. Click to view the letter or read below: —- Friday 15 May 2015 Dear Senator, We write to you following the 2015-16 Federal Budgets announcements. We congratulate you on a successful negotiation […]