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A 40 YEAR VISION FOR THE ARTS
A 40 YEAR VISION FOR THE ARTS
What do you think the Arts in South Australia will look like in the year 2055?
Join a wide range of artists and arts workers from every facet of the South Australian arts community to gather this November to begin an historic conversation.
The Arts Industry Council of SA believes the time has come to once again dream big dreams: to stop, to come together and to articulate the deeply held, often intuitive impulses, of our own hopes and visions, and to provide the space for a collective imagining that will bring tangible shape and form to the most elemental hopes for our society as we look to the next 40 years.
Join us on 5 and 6 November 9am-5pm at the Adelaide Town Hall for what promises to be a transformative forum. Using the process of Open Space Technology and facilitated by Nick Sweeting from London's acclaimed theatre company Improbable, this unique event aims to give voice to South Australia's passionate and committed cultural constituency.
The two day event will include catered lunch each day to allow for a focused and productive event.
Please pass on this invitation to your associates and colleagues. AICSA looks forward to November and the ensuing 40 years!
5 & 6 November, 9am-5pm
Adelaide Town Hall - Main Auditorium
King William Street
Adelaide, SA 5000
Full: $95 - includes lunch and individual membership to AICSA
Concession: $80 - includes lunch and individual membership to AICSA
Current AICSA Member: $60 - includes lunch. Check if your membership is up-to-date by contacting email@example.com
Note: 50 subsidised places have been made available to independent and low income artists and arts workers, and final year AC Arts students, with financial support from Arts SA. For further information and to apply, click here.
Arts Industry Council of SA
0411 771 671
WHAT IS OPEN SPACE TECHNOLOGY?
Open Space gives everyone the chance to discuss, debate and challenge the issues that are important to you; the agenda is set by you and you decide which sessions to attend.
Although Open Space may be new to you it has been used successfully all over the world. It is an exciting open-ended event that enables a self-organising group to use its collective imagination to deal with complex issues and it will achieve this in an incredibly short space of time. By the end of the event the following will have occurred:
- Every issue of concern to anybody will have been raised, if they took responsibility for doing that.
- All issues will have received full discussion, to the extent desired.
- A full report of issues and discussions will be in the hands of all participants.
- And YOU will have taken part in making it happen.
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