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The Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA)
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Established 1942[1]
Location "Adelaide, Australia
Director Liz Nowell[2]
Curator Logan Macdonald[2]
Website http://www.cacsa.org.au/

The Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA) is an "art museum and "art space located in "Adelaide, "Australia. The CACSA is one of Australia's most prominent contemporary art organisations,[3] and its mission is "promote, develop and support contemporary art practice and critical thinking through South Australian, national and international exhibitions, publications, debate and associated activities."[1]

The CACSA was established in 1942 as the Contemporary Art Society as a breakway from the "Royal Society of Arts.[1] Today, the CACSA is one of the 12 members of the national Contemporary Art Organisations of Australia (CAOS).[4] The CACSA also publishes the quarterly "art journal Contemporary Visual Arts and Culture Broadsheet,[5] and the journal is currently in its 44th year of publication.[5] CACSA has also undertaken regular large scale survey and multi-sited survey's of contemporary South Australian art as part of the CACSA Contemporary series including CACSA Contemporary 2010: THE NEW NEW, CACSA CONTEMPORARY 2012: NEW SA ART + IBIDEM: PUBLIC ART PROJECT and CACSA Contemporary 2015. CASCA also provides a space to predominantly emerging and experimental arts practice as part of the Project Space exhibition program.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "About". The Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. 
  2. ^ a b "CACSA 2015: Staff". The Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. 
  3. ^ "Art and AsiaPacific: Issues 33-36". Fine Art Press. 2002: 19. "ISSN 1039-3625. 
  4. ^ "Members". Contemporary Art Organisations of Australia (CAOS). 
  5. ^ a b "BROADSHEET". The Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. 

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