Our Story

Country Arts SA’s vision is for artists and communities of regional South Australia to thrive through engagement with the arts, and be recognised as essential contributors to the nation’s cultural voice.

For 29 years, we have transformed the way the arts are made and engaged with in regional South Australia. We focus on engaging with and elevating regional Aboriginal Elders, artists and communities; being informed and led by regional South Australians; representing and reaching all South Australia’s diverse communities; and measuring, responding to and reducing our environmental impact.

Country Arts SA ensures people across each region have access to arts and culture by presenting shows and workshops for people of all ages at their arts centres in Mount Gambier, Renmark, Noarlunga, Port Pirie and Whyalla and in community-owned venues in other towns.

Working with galleries across the state to curate visual arts exhibitions and residency projects, visual artists’ work is showcased to state, national and international audiences. Country Arts SA also offers funding grants and professional advice to regionally-based artists and communities, enabling them to realise their own arts and cultural aspirations.

The work of Country Arts SA takes us across regional South Australia, so we see firsthand the impact arts and culture has in people’s everyday lives; the way it diversifies local economies and provides jobs for regional people and is essential to their communities, to their responses to climate change, to their wellbeing and sense of place.

Country Arts SA | The Art of Inspiring Communities

Country Arts SA
2 McLaren Parade, Port Adelaide 5015
P: 08 8444 0400  |  F: 08 8444 0499
[email protected]

Corporate Reports and Resources

Country Arts SA’s current Strategic Plan:
Click here to view Country Arts SA's Strategic Plan 2021 - 2025

Each year we will have a primary focus, check it out here.

Making of ‘To live deliberately’ from Country Arts SA on Vimeo.

Organisational Chart

Our team structure – last updated Feb 2022

Country Arts SA Annual Reports:

2020 – 2021 Annual Report

2019 – 2020 Annual Report

2018 – 2019 Annual Report

2017 – 2018 Annual Report

2016 – 2017 Annual Report

2015 – 2016 Annual Report

2014 – 2015 Annual Report