SA Shadow Arts Minister spruiks policy details

With the SA election looming, Katrine Hildyard outlined Labor’s commitments to the sector in conversation with the Arts Industry Council of South Australia.

‘If elected as [South Australia’s new] government we will absolutely support the arts and creative sector to rebound well from the impact of the pandemic, and to have confidence to take risks with new ideas and initiatives,’ said Katrine Hildyard MP, South Australia’s Shadow Minister for the Arts.

Speaking with the Arts Industry Council of South Australia (AICSA) at a recent In Conversation event hosted by Adelaide Festival, Hildyard continued: ‘We’ve thought really deeply about South Australia’s proud history of being a national leader in the arts, and we continue, as we always have, to recognise … that a vibrant, well supported and diverse creative community will absolutely ensure that we build a more inclusive and connected society.’

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