Draft Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan 2022-25

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Consultation has concluded

We are pleased to advise the Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan 2022-25 was approved at the Council meeting on 21 September 2021.

Council also approved:

  • Art Collection Management Policy and Procedure
  • The commissioning of an artwork to recognise the Port Noarlunga jetty 100-year anniversary in line with the Art Collection Management Procedure at a maximum cost of $5000 from within existing operating budgets. This proposal could include a public art installation.

The Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan 2022-25 will provide guidance in delivering arts and cultural development to our community for the next four years and is well aligned to the Community Plan 2030.

Thank you to the hundreds of people who provided feedback that shaped the plan.

View the final Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan 2022-25.

Background

Our city is inclusive and supports people to have the opportunity to participate, experience and express themselves through arts and cultural development. Our approach to arts and cultural development is based on acknowledging that it is important to have the opportunity to actively participate in the arts to be creative, engaged, cohesive, healthy and have positive well being, respect and tolerance for diversity and difference.

In developing the new draft Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan, we reviewed the previous plan and undertook benchmarking with other councils and organisations, environmental scanning and internal analysis and community consultation. This will ensure the new Plan is representative of the needs of our community and will guide and provide context in delivering arts and cultural development to our community for the next four years, aligned to the City of Onkaparinga Community Plan 2030.

Community Engagement

We sought community feedback through two stages of consultation.

Thanks to everyone who provided feedback to help shape the plan.

Through stage two, engagement activities were highly successful with an engagement reach of 24,483 recipients, and 54 responses to the Your Say survey.

Results showed that there is significant support for the draft Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan 2021-24 and for continuing to manage and maintain the Art Collection. They also confirmed that the Action Plan's goals and actions will address key challenges and opportunities for our community.

You can view the full Engagement Report here.

We are pleased to advise the Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan 2022-25 was approved at the Council meeting on 21 September 2021.

Council also approved:

  • Art Collection Management Policy and Procedure
  • The commissioning of an artwork to recognise the Port Noarlunga jetty 100-year anniversary in line with the Art Collection Management Procedure at a maximum cost of $5000 from within existing operating budgets. This proposal could include a public art installation.

The Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan 2022-25 will provide guidance in delivering arts and cultural development to our community for the next four years and is well aligned to the Community Plan 2030.

Thank you to the hundreds of people who provided feedback that shaped the plan.

View the final Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan 2022-25.

Background

Our city is inclusive and supports people to have the opportunity to participate, experience and express themselves through arts and cultural development. Our approach to arts and cultural development is based on acknowledging that it is important to have the opportunity to actively participate in the arts to be creative, engaged, cohesive, healthy and have positive well being, respect and tolerance for diversity and difference.

In developing the new draft Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan, we reviewed the previous plan and undertook benchmarking with other councils and organisations, environmental scanning and internal analysis and community consultation. This will ensure the new Plan is representative of the needs of our community and will guide and provide context in delivering arts and cultural development to our community for the next four years, aligned to the City of Onkaparinga Community Plan 2030.

Community Engagement

We sought community feedback through two stages of consultation.

Thanks to everyone who provided feedback to help shape the plan.

Through stage two, engagement activities were highly successful with an engagement reach of 24,483 recipients, and 54 responses to the Your Say survey.

Results showed that there is significant support for the draft Arts and Cultural Development Action Plan 2021-24 and for continuing to manage and maintain the Art Collection. They also confirmed that the Action Plan's goals and actions will address key challenges and opportunities for our community.

You can view the full Engagement Report here.