The Board and staff at CACSA were disappointed to learn that the Australia Council for the Arts has discontinued our organisational funding. We have a proud 74 year history of nurturing artists and critically engaging with the visual arts sector through our exhibition and publishing programs. Although there are challenges ahead, everyone at CACSA remains committed to delivering a strong, dynamic and vibrant artistic program that supports living artists and engages local and national audiences.
The CACSA would like to thank the arts community for the overwhelming support we have received over the past few days. Your kind words have made us even more determined to build a stronger CACSA. We would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate our wonderful colleagues who were successful in acquiring Australia Council funding, and we offer our condolences to those also affected by these cuts. Regardless of the outcomes, we will stand in solidarity.
CACSA would like to express its sincere gratitude to the arts community, the state government and Arts SA, who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and unwavering commitment to our sector.
Now, more than ever we urge our supporters to champion the importance of a vibrant and energetic arts sector.
Join us for Embassy Talks with Irene Watson, Gary Foley and Richard Bell at 5.30pm Saturday 27th February at 14 Porter Street Parkside and the launch of the exhibition Embassy Richard Bell + Emory Douglas.
Visit the multilayered 19 metre long public art work created by Richard Bell at TAFE SA Morphett brick facade with the assistance of students from Adelaide College of the Arts TAFE, and the University of South Australia. With the support of Adelaide City Council, Helpmann Academy, TAFE SA and the University of South Australia.