::fibreculture:: National Cultural Policy Discussion Paper

a.donovan at australiacouncil.gov.au a.donovan at australiacouncil.gov.au
Thu Sep 8 02:23:18 CEST 2011

National Cultural Policy
Release of Discussion Paper
The development of a new National Cultural Policy for Australia –
the first in nearly 20 years – is underway, and you can make a

A discussion paper <http://culture.arts.gov.au/discussion-paper>
on the National Cultural Policy is available. The discussion paper is
intended to generate conversation and debate about what a National
Cultural Policy should include, about how it should underpin broader
government priorities (such as Closing the Gap, and the digital
economy) and about how we want it to shape Australia’s future.

You can contribute your thoughts through the Australia Council website
or if short and sweet is more your style, just add the #artsbiggies
hashtag into your 140 characters and we'll aggregate a feed of all
your ideas. If you're unsure how to use a hashtag, you can find out
more about it at by visiting our connectarts website -

You can also contribute directly by having your say directly
or you can stay in touch and up to date with the release of the
discussion paper <http://culture.arts.gov.au/discussion-paper>

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