Join Vitalstatistix and Reset Arts and Culture in a three-day symposium, Bodies of Work. 1-3 November at Waterside Workers Hall, Port Adelaide.
March 2023 Dear Committee, Thank you for the opportunity to make a submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Environment and Communications Inquiry into the National Cultural Policy. We represent Reset Arts and Culture a collaborative group comprising the arts and cultural sector, policy makers and academics in South Australia. Reset is advocating for aContinue reading “Reset’s Submission to the Inquiry into National Cultural Policy”
16 September, OACPS House, Africa Room, Brussels A half-day workshop was organised by Reset, Culture Concepts and Avril Joffe, UNESCO Expert, Witwaterstrand University, South Africa as a part of a series of events in Berlin, Brussels and Antwerp in September 2022. This half-day symposium addresses the campaign for a cultural goal in the SDGs, less as aContinue reading “Culture Goal? A New Vision for Art and Cultural Policy”
14 September 2022, Art Center Kunstquartier Bethanien A half-day workshop was organised by Reset, Culture Concepts and Avril Joffe, UNESCO Expert, Witwaterstrand University, South Africa as is part of a series of events in Berlin, Brussels and Antwerp between the proposal partners. The world faces a convergence of crises – in a decade with enormousContinue reading “Re-Imagining Cultural Policy: A Workshop from a Global Perspective in Berlin”
Join us on Friday 5 August for an afternoon of panels and discussion at Nexus Arts. How can artists and labour movements work together?
Please join us for the launch of the CP3/Reset Working Paper, ‘Art, Culture and the Foundational Economy’ on Friday 24 June at Flinders Uni, Victoria Square
In this seminar we brought together three leading experts from Europe, lead contributors to a recent EU sponsored report on Culture and the SDGs. Watch the recording here.
Stretton Institute at the University of Adelaide webinar on the future of Australian cultural policy.
Professor Justin O’Connor is currently in Europe, where he will be presenting the ideas around Reset to a wider audience.
The idea of the ‘creative city’ has its roots in the 1980s. In the face of accelerating de-industrialisation, the rise of grassroots social movements, alternative arts and new popular cultures held out the hope of a new kind of post-industrial city.