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Arts Minister Peter Garrett Launches Online Forum for Discussion on Australia's Cultural Policy
In follow up to a recent address on the current state of the country's Cultural Policy delivered to the National Press Club in Camberra, Minister for the Arts, Peter Garret has initiated an online forum, welcoming feedback on the future of the Policy, as well as a discussion framework for its development.
Garret's speech identified three key themes for consideration:
1. Keeping culture strong;
2. Engaging the community; and,
3. Powering the young.
These key points, along with other ideas, are expanded on more fully in the discussion framework (which can be viewed here). Interested parties are able to contribute their views on the themes via comment on the online forum, or by formal submission.
The National Cultural Policy online forum will be open until 6pm, Monday February 1st 2010. For more information, and to log onto the online forum, visit www.nationalculturalpolicy.com.au.
Published: 08 Dec 2009 by QMusic Newsdesk