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Queensland State Election 2020: Get informed!

Thankyou to NAVA (National Association for the Visual Arts) for compiling this fantastic resource ahead of the Queensland State Election on Saturday 31st October! It gives a snapshot of what the major parties are offering our industry.



If you're after a more detailed explanation, Artshub have published an opinion piece from Labor and The Greens about their arts and cultural vision. Read them here:


https://www.artshub.com.au/news-article/opinions-and-analysis/public-policy/leeanne-enoch/opinion-the-palaszczuk-labor-government-is-backing-the-arts-261330


https://www.artshub.com.au/news-article/opinions-and-analysis/public-policy/amy-macmahon-and-kirsten-lovejoy/opinion-greens-support-for-the-arts-in-queensland-261333


*ArtsHub has also approached the LNP about their vision and policies for the arts, which will be published once received. 

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