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.
In the lead up to the SA State Election on March 19, AICSA held an in-conversation event, with Premier Steven Marshall MP, hosted by AICSA chair Jessica Alice and executive committee member Vincent Ciccarello. This was an opportunity to hear about Liberal Party
SA ARTS + CULTURAL TOURISM FORUM The Regional Galleries Association of SA invite you to join them at AGSA for the SA Arts + Cultural Tourism Forum Thursday 7 April, 2022 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM AGSA BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE $30 for
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
DEADLINE EXTENDED General Manager (0.4 FTE) 80,000 per annum pro rata + 10% superannuation We’re thrilled to announce a newly created position of General Manager (0.4 FTE) is now available at AICSA. If your passion is arts and culture and you have a
NOW ONLINE Thank you to everyone who attended Reset: A New Public Agenda for the Arts conference held in November, either in person or online. AICSA and our partners Flinders University, University of SA and University of Adelaide are delighted with the response. Just in
Peak arts body AICSA welcomes SA Government’s new $7m arts funding package Thursday 28 October 2021 – For immediate release The Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) welcomes the South Australian Government’s new $7 million funding package to support arts and live