One of AICSA’s goals is to extend the reach of our communications to engage with not only our members but the broader sector, the government, the media and the public to communicate the value of arts and culture.
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
Taking some time to celebrate our advocacy achievements over the last year As part of our state election advocacy campaign last year, AICSA advocated for a taskforce into artist precarity, which is a crucial step to communicating the distinct challenges affecting the industry
Photo by Thomas McCammon The Arts Industry Council SA welcomes the announcements from Minister for the Arts, Andrea Michaels MP regarding the Government’s election commitments and action on indexation for arts organisations. The announcements include the return of arts organisations into Department of Premier
Funding the Foundation to Thrive by Louise Flaherty Last year, AICSA commissioned artists to produce work inspired by our five key advocacy messages. We asked Louise Flaherty to create a piece inspired by the message: Funding the foundation to thrive. Individual practising artists
At the Annual General Meeting held on 24 May 2026, there were four nominations received for the Executive Committee with six vacant spaces. AICSA is very pleased to welcome Ruth Weldon and Sarah Brady as a new Executive Committee members and Jessica Alice