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Monday 28th March was a significant day for Australias regional and remote artists, arts organisations and arts industries, marking the nations first National Arts Broadband Forum (NBN) hosted by Regional Arts Australia at Parliament House, Canberra.
A national frum to discuss how rural and regional artists and arts companies can gain maximum benefit from high speed broadband internet.
TPYH is part of the national Turning Point Network, being developed with Arts Council support as a network of regional visual arts groups made up of individual artists, independents, and organisations who share a stake in the future development of the visual arts sector.
The inspired alignment in Simon Crean's new regional portfolio, which brings together Regional Australia, Regional Development, Local Government and the Arts, has the potential to support well-considered long-term partnerships between key players in regional and rural revitalisation.
Culture is recognised as an important factor for economic development and the attractiveness of European regions and cities. However, the many other ways that culture is contributing to EU cohesion and regional policy are still largely unknown.
With a mission as far reaching as Great art for everyone, partnership working is critical to the Arts Councils success. So, alongside the many cultural changes afoot, we are striving to improve the way we work with local authorities.