Creating for the future - shaping the long-term vision for the arts, culture and creative sector in South Australia

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Help us shape South Australia’s new cultural policy and create a vision for the arts, culture and creative sector

What is being decided?

We are developing a landmark cultural policy for the state focusing on a long-term vision for the arts, culture, and creative sector.

We are asking you to be part of this journey and help us understand:

  • What does arts, culture and creativity mean to you or your business?
  • What does arts, culture and creativity contribute to South Australia?
  • What role should South Australian arts, culture and creativity play in a national context?

The Creating for the Future discussion paper provides further detail on the purpose of the policy and the process we will follow to engage with the community.

We encourage all artists, creative businesses, organisations, and education providers to contribute insights to inform the policy.

Background

South Australia’s world-class arts, culture, and creative sector shapes our state’s identity. It engages and celebrates diverse communities, enhances individual and community well-being and is a way we share unique stories with the world. Creativity expands our thinking and contributes to solving complex challenges and driving innovation.

The arts, culture and creative sector in South Australia is for everyone: from artists, creative businesses, organisations, industry associations, and education providers to the wider community. Those who watch television, movies, listen to music and podcasts, see plays and exhibitions, read books, attend festivals, dance, and opera, play games and buy local fashion, craft and design.

The arts, culture and creative sector in South Australia is broad – it includes so many of the things we know and love, and it has important benefits for our state.

Get involved

Find out more:

Have your say by:

What are the next steps?

We will use your feedback to inform workshops with sector representatives in February 2024.

Your insights will help us develop the arts, culture and creative sector policy. Once finalised, we will publish the policy on this website.

Subscribe to the Arts South Australia mailing list to receive updates on the development of the new state cultural policy and other sector activities.


Help us shape South Australia’s new cultural policy and create a vision for the arts, culture and creative sector

What is being decided?

We are developing a landmark cultural policy for the state focusing on a long-term vision for the arts, culture, and creative sector.

We are asking you to be part of this journey and help us understand:

  • What does arts, culture and creativity mean to you or your business?
  • What does arts, culture and creativity contribute to South Australia?
  • What role should South Australian arts, culture and creativity play in a national context?

The Creating for the Future discussion paper provides further detail on the purpose of the policy and the process we will follow to engage with the community.

We encourage all artists, creative businesses, organisations, and education providers to contribute insights to inform the policy.

Background

South Australia’s world-class arts, culture, and creative sector shapes our state’s identity. It engages and celebrates diverse communities, enhances individual and community well-being and is a way we share unique stories with the world. Creativity expands our thinking and contributes to solving complex challenges and driving innovation.

The arts, culture and creative sector in South Australia is for everyone: from artists, creative businesses, organisations, industry associations, and education providers to the wider community. Those who watch television, movies, listen to music and podcasts, see plays and exhibitions, read books, attend festivals, dance, and opera, play games and buy local fashion, craft and design.

The arts, culture and creative sector in South Australia is broad – it includes so many of the things we know and love, and it has important benefits for our state.

Get involved

Find out more:

Have your say by:

What are the next steps?

We will use your feedback to inform workshops with sector representatives in February 2024.

Your insights will help us develop the arts, culture and creative sector policy. Once finalised, we will publish the policy on this website.

Subscribe to the Arts South Australia mailing list to receive updates on the development of the new state cultural policy and other sector activities.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Tell us what the arts, culture and creative sector means to you - take our 3 minute survey. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Want to tell us more? Respond to the Discussion Paper questions via our online submission form. 

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  • We will be hosting an online town hall meeting to share with the sector what has been heard through the consultation. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We will be hosting a series of workshops by invitation for those currently working in the arts, cultural and creative sector in early 2024. Register your interest to participate by completing this form.

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