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Creative Together 2020-2030 is the Queensland Government's ten-year vision which will see Queensland renewed and contribute to the state's social, cultural and economic future through arts, culture and creativity.
 
It outlines where we want arts, culture and creativity to be in 10 years, and how we will get there. It acknowledges the significant impact of COVID-19 on Queensland and maps a pathway through this impact.
 
Creative Together looks to the future, where the strength of the sector will foster the growth of bold and rich cultural experiences for audiences, and where arts and culture are valued for the important role they play in enriching Queensland and securing a prosperous and creative future for the state.
 

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26 Feb 2021

Memories of historic Brisbane art gallery recognised in UNESCO world register

The State Library of Queensland (SLQ) has become home to yet another UNESCO Australian Memory of the World item as the Johnstone Gallery Archive (1948–72) and Arthur Davenport Photographs (1955–92) are now recognised in the UNESCO register. READ MORE
1 Oct 2020

Creative Together 2020-2030: A 10-Year Roadmap for arts, culture and creativity in Queensland 

A new 10-year roadmap for the arts, cultural and creative  in Queensland is set to help revitalise creative industries and power the state’s economy in the wake of COVID-19 and beyond. READ MORE
18 Sep 2020

Venues re-open under COVID-19 restrictions

The Queensland Government’s COVID-19 Venue Pilot Program, delivered by Arts Queensland supported COVID-safe re-openings and programming in six statewide venues. READ MORE