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.
Occupational Health and Safety
Responsible Officer Training Obligations Under the Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act 1986, each body corporate carrying on a business in South Australia is required to appoint one or more responsible officers. Responsible officers are required to attend a course of training recognised
Federal Labor Arts Policy Discussion Paper
This discussion paper is the second stage of the review and development of Labor’s arts policy and follows the call for submissions made by Labor’s spokesman for the Arts, Peter Garrett. Please provide any comments by August 25 to firstname.lastname@example.org, or c/- PO
Moral Rights Legislation
In Australia, moral rights legislation was passed by federal parliament and came into force early in 2001. They give creators of copyright works the right to be attributed as author of their works and the right to protect the integrity of their works.
Independent makers strategy: Innovation is Applied Creativity Independent artists play a vital role in maintaining an innovative and thriving arts sector in South Australia. However, as we have noted in our budget analyses and submissions over recent years, their capacity to undertake and