The new IACA website. Image: IACA

IACA NEWS: Managers’ Report

IACA are pleased to launch a refreshed website www.iaca.com.au. The structure of the website has been greatly enhanced and now includes user friendly navigation and an upgraded, password protected members area which provides hundreds of resources for members including templates, manuals, guides, advice, checklists, forms and policies, useful links, contacts, dates and details of upcoming events, conferences, workshops and training opportunities.

For the general public, the website includes:

• Links to IACA member Art Centres with integrated social media buttons for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter,

• The IACA Magazine and other publications,

• A real-time news platform with latest arts news from the region, helpful information, articles, blogs and industry announcements, and

• Current Art Centre job vacancies.

We have had great response to our new, regular ‘Heads-up’ e-bulletins that we have been sending out to Art Centres. These bulletins include up-to-date arts industry information, funding opportunities, competitions, grants, exhibitions, consultation, and IACA activity.

We have also expanded our social media reach by adding a Twitter account! Follow us @IACAqld. Here you will find us taking an active role in marketing and promoting the membership by sharing news and events from Art Centres.

IACA is fundraising! You can help us by purchasing The Entertainment Book, IACA T-shirts or annual gift card packs. Your help supports our important work and these are great products. Please find more information via our website. We appreciate your support!

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IACA programs and events receive financial assistance from the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland’s Backing Indigenous Arts initiative, from the Federal Government’s Ministry for the Arts through the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program and the Indigenous Arts and Language program and the Australia Council for the Arts. IACA supports the Indigenous Art Code.

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