Project status: Closed
How you had YourSay
Thank you to those that provided feedback to help inform a new ACT Arts Policy and a new ACT Arts Organisation Funding Model.
The consultation period is now closed. Two separate surveys were open from Thursday 25 November to Thursday 23 December 2021. The first survey asked about the new ACT Arts Policy. The second survey asked about a new ACT Organisation Funding Model. A What We Heard report summarising the feedback received is now available in the document library.
On 28 July 2022, the ACT Government released the following documents which can be found on the artsACT website:
- Canberra: Australia's Arts Capital - Arts, Culture and Creative Policy 2022-2026
- Canberra: Australia's Arts Capital - Arts, Culture and Creative Policy 2022-2026 Action Plan
- Remuneration Principles and Practices for Artists and Arts Workers
- ACT Arts Organisation Investment Program Framework
- ACT Arts Organisation Investment Program Guidelines
We were looking at
On 1 October 2021 the ACT Government released a Statement of Ambition for the Arts 2021-2026. The ambition is for Canberra to become recognised as Australia’s Arts Capital through three strategies:
- CREATE amazing art and culture—everywhere, at any time, for everyone.
- DEVELOP arts, cultural and creative industry, practice, and facilities—supporting creation and culture at all levels, via any path.
- PROMOTE our arts and culture—to attract artists and creators, arts workers, visitors and investment.
- A new ACT Arts Policy; and
- A new ACT Arts Organisation Funding model.
The new ACT Arts Policy
The new ACT Arts Organisation Funding Model
The new ACT Arts Organisation Funding Model will have a focus on transparency and accountability and will also be developed in partnership with the ACT arts community over the coming months, in line with the new ACT Arts Policy.
We used your views to
Your feedback was used in the development of the new policy and ACT Arts Organisation Investment Program. More information can be found on the artsACT website.