It’s time to set the national agenda for arts and culture ahead of election day on 21 May. Join us!

With thanks to the Arts Industry Council of South Australia, this national forum is presented in Boothby, one of the most marginal seats in Australia, with representation from all key parties and independents. An event not to be missed:

Federal Arts and Culture Policy Forum
Friday 29 April 2022
Café and bar open from 6pm, forum from 7pm – 9pm ACST
Marion Cultural Centre, 287 Diagonal Rd, Oaklands Park, Kaurna Yerta (+ online webinar)free – registration essential

>>> Missed out? Here’s the recording with thanks to Arts Front

Presented by the Arts Industry Council of South Australia.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • The Hon. Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, Arts Spokesperson, Australian Greens
  • Jeremy Carter, Australian Greens candidate for Boothby
  • Jo Dyer, Independent candidate for Boothby
  • Louise Miller-Frost, Australian Labor Party candidate for Boothby
  • The Hon. John Gardner MP representing Rachel Swift Liberal Party candidate for Boothby
  • Introduced by arts and culture policy commentator Esther Anatolitis
  • Hosted by Jessica Alice and Vince Ciccarello from Arts Industry Council of South Australia

Join us for a discussion about the future of arts and culture in Australia: the key visions, approaches and initiatives of different parties and candidates, and why supporting and rebuilding Australia’s arts and cultural sector is an important challenge for future Australian governments.

There will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions of the panel. 

Registration is free and essential – book here.

Thank you to Arts Front for supporting the online webinar component of this event.
Missed out on this event? Here’s the recording with thanks to Arts Front.

IMAGE: Domain Theatre, Marion Cultural Centre (ARM Architecture)