Arts South Australia

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Arts South Australia (previously Arts SA) Arts South Australia is responsible for managing the Government’s funding for the arts and cultural heritage. It does this by developing and administering policies and programs to build the arts and cultural heritage sector in South Australia, supporting the State’s Makers, Presenters and Collectors of arts organisations and administering grant programs and project funds for established and emerging independent artists. It is a division of the Department of State Development, and is overseen by the Minister for the Arts.

Ministers for The Arts have included:

Arts South Australia is currently headed by Peter Louca, former chief of staff to Minister Jack Snelling.[5] Previous chief executives include Alexandra Reid and Greg Mackie.

Statutory Authorities reporting to the Arts South Australia include:

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