This is where you will find AICSA’s upcoming and past events. AICSA’s events are an excellent opportunity to network and meet your fellow members and hear about the issues affecting the sector’s future.
Presented by Arts Industry Council South AustraliaIn collaboration with Vitalstatistix & Reset Arts And Culture Bodies of Work Symposium 1 November, 5:30pmWaterside Workers Hall, 11 Nile St, Port Adelaide, Yartapuulti, Kaurna Yerta AICSA Chair, Jessica Alice, will lead a conversation with South Australian
AICSA members are invited to attend the Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) Annual General Meeting: Wednesday 24 May 2023 at 6:00pm University of South Australia, City West Campus, Sir Hans Heysen Building, Room HH3-08 The AGM will include an overview of AICSA’s
On 30 January 2023, the Australian Government published the National Cultural Policy, Revive: a place for every story, a story for every place. Revive is a five-year plan to renew and revive Australia’s arts, entertainment and cultural sector. After a few weeks to digest
8 DECEMBER 2022The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Thebarton, 6pm-8:30pmPresented by Arts Industry Council of South Australia AICSA welcomes you to join us for our end of year celebration at the Wheatsheaf Hotel, December 8. This is a great opportunity to bring the arts community together
FREE WEBINAR 30 November 2022, 10am ACDT Presented by the Arts Industry Council of South Australia, Alex Kelly and Jennifer Mills Across the country, cultural organisations such as Darwin and Perth Festivals are ending their relationships with fossil fuel companies after sustained pressure
SAVE THE DATE! AICSA will host a day of discussion on the art of arts governance with SA’s own governance rabble-rouser Kate Larsen on Thursday 20 October 2022.Details to follow soon. This event is possible through support from Arts South Australia’s Arts Recovery Fund.
National Cultural Policy submissions webinar Thursday 11 August 3–5pm ACST via Zoom Presented by Arts Industry Council SA With Dr Tully Barnett and hosted by Jessica Alice The new federal Labor Government is seeking submissions to inform a new national cultural policy – the
Wednesday 29 JuneSparkke at the Whitmore, 317 Morphett Street, Adelaide, Kaurna Yerta Doors and bar open from 5:30pm, formalities from 6pm ACST Presented by the Arts Industry Council of South Australia. Join us for a chance to meet the Hon. Andrea Michaels MP, Minister for Small
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 Sarah Hanson-Young, Arts Spokesperson,