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.
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
How far will Revive go in rebuilding Australia’s arts sector? The new national cultural policy offers plenty of cause for celebration in the arts sector, with South Australia’s small to medium arts organisations among those likely to benefit from increased funding. But there
Thursday 8 December Arrive at 6pm for formalities beginning at 6:30pmThe Wheatsheaf Hotel, ThebartonPresented by Arts Industry Council SA 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
VIDEOS ONLINE NOW Thank you to those who attended our recent seminar, Bad, Better and Beyond Best Practice: Rethinking Arts Governance. If you missed it, or would like a refresher, the videos are available now! Bad, Better and Beyond Best Practice: Rethinking Arts
SUSTAINABILITY AND RESPONSIBLE ARTS SPONSORSHIP FREE WEBINAR 30 November 2022, 10am ACDTPresented 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
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. Board members, arts leaders and workers, artists and anyone else with an interest in arts governance are welcome to attend