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 its 30th year, the Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) celebrates this milestone with its vision for the future Premier Steven Marshall with AICSA Executive Committee members Amber Cronin (centre) and Nescha Jelk (right). 30th Anniversary launch, Tuesday 9 February, The
$10.2 million new investment in survival and recovery The Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) warmly welcomes the Government of South Australia’s second package responding to the dramatic impact of COVID-19 on the state’s arts industry. Gail Kovatseff, AICSA Chairperson said, “We
AICSA calls for an additional $10m SA State Govt investment in survival and recovery AT LEAST ONE IN THREE ARTS WORKERS HAVE LOST THEIR JOB IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA The latest jobs data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, released on Tuesday 16 June,
AICSA re-appoints GAIL KOVATSEFF as Chair with new Deputy Chair JESSICA ALICE For Immediate Release Thursday 18 June 2020 On Wednesday 17 June Arts Industry Council of SA (AICSA) Executive Committee re-appointed GAIL KOVATSEFF as Chair for a further one-year term. AICSA is
AICSA SUPPORTS CALL FOR $750mil INDUSTRY PACKAGE Statement from Arts Industry Council of SA (AICSA) Friday 12 June 2020 The Australian arts and cultural sector is valued at $111 billion-a-year and employs an estimated 660,000 people. In South Australia, the arts and cultural sector