Celebrate Aboriginal art, culture, and heritage.
Promote urban renewal.
Support cultural tourism.
The State government's Cultural Infrastructure Framework 2030+ (released December 2020) envisions Western Australia as "the most culturally engaged State in Australia — with cultural infrastructure that celebrates our rich cultural diversity and creative talent, ... recognised as a major hub for technological innovation and the creative industries, and ... known as one of the most artistic and inspiring places in the world."
Our call to action: Match investment to the Framework's ambitions. This not only adds jobs in the creative workforce, but also increase regional prosperity and economic diversity, celebrates our Aboriginal art, culture and heritage, and grows tourism – future-proofing culture, creativity, and the economy.