NPSP continues to builds on its unique and creative appeal with the delivery of a three-year Arts & Culture Plan
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is sculpting its 2024 – 2027 Arts and Culture Plan and we are calling on the local community to be part of the conversation.
Mayor Robert Bria said the Council wants to hear directly from artists, historians, cultural organisations, businesses and groups or anyone who participates in, or shares an interest in any art form.
“Our City is known for its unique and diverse culture and for valuing creativity and artistic expression within the community,” he said.
“From Art on Parade, our Public Art & Culture Grants, the Council’s support of the SALA Festival and Adelaide Fringe as well as Canvas Youth Arts and the Quadrennial Public Art Program, our City has a strong track record when it comes to supporting emerging and established artists,” he said.
“The new three-year Arts & Culture Plan will strengthen the role the Council plays in helping to foster innovation, imagination and expression across all areas of arts and culture to help us to attract new audiences,” he said.
“Whether it’s visual art, performing art, literary art, temporary and permanent public art, moving image and community art, we want to continue to build on the Council’s excellent reputation of delivering a diverse and superior-quality program of events, activations and exhibitions.
“The most important aspect of the Arts & Culture Plan is proactively engaging and celebrating the local arts and culture community.”
There are a variety of ways to take part in the conversation and provide your input. To complete th online survey visit: www.npsp.sa.gov.au
Or to share ideas and chat with peers, come along to the Banquet Hall, St Peters Town Hall Complex, 101 Payneham Road, St Peters on Saturday 27 May from 2:30pm - 4:30pm.
If you have any questions about the Arts & Culture Plan, please contact the Council’s Arts Officer, Emma Comley on 08 8366 4515 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Media enquiries: Mayor Robert Bria 0431 754 077