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Survey now open - Arts Plan 2019 - 2024

You can now have your say on the development of an Arts Plan for South Australia via an online survey.

Whether you are involved in the arts community as a maker, administrator or audience – your input will complement the submissions process, interviews and Town Hall meetings that are underway.

The Arts Plan will articulate the future vision for arts and culture in South Australia, guiding the state government's support over the next five years.

Complete the survey online by 15 May 2019.

View other ways you can get involved.

Town Hall details for the Arts Plan

A message from the Arts Plan Consultants

You are invited to attend a Town Hall Meeting in Mount Gambier, Port Augusta, Adelaide or Port Adelaide.

Find out more and register your attendance.

Arts Plan submission closing date extended

A message from the Arts Plan Consultants

The submission closing date for the Arts Plan 2019 – 2024 has been extended to 12 April 2019.

Submissions are very welcome of course before this date! We appreciate this is a very busy time for stakeholders with festival events and funding applications and we very much appreciate your support of this important work.

We also remind everyone that previous submissions, reports and documents undertaken by the sector are extremely valued in this process – please feel free to refer to these documents or resubmit as appropriate.

Tony Grybowski and Graeme Gherashe

Consultation now open

You can now have your say on the South Australian Government’s Arts Plan 2019-2024.

Visit YourSAy to make a contribution to the plan’s development.

Consultants appointed to create Arts Plan for South Australia

Tony Grybowski the former Chief Executive of the Australia Council for the Arts, has been engaged by the State Government to lead the development of a new Arts Plan for South Australia.

He will work in partnership with strategic consultant Graeme Gherashe and a team of experts to undertake a comprehensive review of the state’s arts, cultural and creative sector and its funding structures.

Premier’s news release