Albury/Wodonga town hall meeting at SS&A Club
As part of the Australian Government’s commitment to delivering a new National Cultural Policy by the end of this year, consultation has now opened for stakeholders and community members to provide their perspectives and feedback to inform the policy.
Town hall events are being held across the country. Tickets are limited due to venue capacity.
This is the Albury-Wodonga town hall event.
Details for other town hall events are available at: Town hall events - National Cultural Policy consultation.
Who should attend?
People who work in the arts, entertainment and cultural sector and interested members of the Australian public.
Accessible entry from the David Street entrance. There is a small lift at Olive St entrance to the function room.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact the Cultural Policy team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about the National Cultural Policy consultation process and how to get involved at arts.gov.au/culturalpolicy
The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications (the department) is collecting personal information for the purposes of national public consultation on a National Cultural Policy, in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988.
The department will use your personal information for the purposes of registration for consultation events and this information will be stored securely and only used to contact you if needed.
The department may also disclose accessibility information to a third party for the purposes of meeting any access requirements that you disclose. The department will not disclose any other personal information gathered or make available to a third party without your permission.
If you do not provide all the information requested, you may miss the opportunity to attend the consultation events for which the information was gathered.