What's a new National Cultural Policy for?

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Scott O'Hara

Do we need a National Cultural policy? Well yes, says Scott O'Hara. But the Discussion Paper's vision for the future is a relief to anyone worried that a new policy was actually going to change things.

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About the author

Scott O’Hara is the recently appointed CEO of Accessible Arts. He has 25 years’ experience in Arts Management including roles in all three levels of Government, the education and community cultural development sectors, and was the Chair of Arts Training NSW for five years. He previously wrote the regular opinion column ‘The C-Word’ on the Community Arts Sector for Arts Hub. The opinions and views expressed in this article are not necessarily those of Accessible Arts.