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.
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
The Arts Industry Council SA (AICSA) believes in fair wages for arts work. Too often, there is a lack of salary or wage transparency, which disempowers arts workers in their negotiations with their employers. In an effort to foster solidarity and make some
National Cultural Policy submissions webinarThursday 11 August 3–5pm via ZoomPresented by Arts Industry Council SAWith Dr Tully Barnett and hosted by Jessica Alice The new federal Labor Government is seeking submissions to inform a new national cultural policy – the first in almost a decade.
Wednesday 29 JuneDoors and bar open from 5:30pm, formalities from 6pm ACSTSparkke at the Whitmore, 317 Morphett Street, Adelaide, Kaurna Yerta Presented by the Arts Industry Council of South Australia. Join us for a chance to meet the Hon. Andrea Michaels MP, Minister for
Speakers Announced EVERYWHERE AND ESSENTIAL – ARTS AND CULTURE IN AUSTRALIAFederal Arts and Culture Policy Forum 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