We’re inviting everyone to contribute to the development of a new Arts Plan for South Australia.
The development of a new Arts Plan was an election promise made by the Marshall Government and on January 15 2019, the Premier announced a team of independent consultants to lead this work.
As part of the research, we want to capture your stories, hear your vision and your ideas on how we can all work together to celebrate, profile and grow arts, culture and creativity for all South Australians.
We want to hear from all interested parties, from all parts of the community – whether you work in the creative sector, actively participate or are just interested in being a part of the conversation, everyone is welcome to attend and encouraged to speak up about their hopes for the sector.
If you want to know what an Arts Plan can do, how to contribute to it, and make sure that there is opportunity in it for your community then you are invited to a town hall meeting at the Barossa Regional Gallery on 14 March from 5-7pm .
Please register to attend by clicking the book now button. If you have enquiries regarding this town hall meeting please contact Monica Hart on 8723 8705 or [email protected] or Merilyn de Nys on 0427 013 704 or [email protected]
For more information regarding the Arts Plan and the process visit the Arts South Australia Website https://arts.sa.gov.au/artsplan
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9th May 2020 — 27th September 2020
First shown at the 2016 Adelaide Biennale of Australian Art: Magic Object, Sydney-based photographer Robyn Stacey used camera obscura to depict the city of Adelaide as it has never been seen before.View event
26th May 2020 — 28th May 2020
Presented by Country Arts SA
A free program of short films about reconciliationView event
27th May 2020
Presented by Mellen Events
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