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Have your say on creating Queensland's future

Survey closes 4pm, Thursday, 2 May 2019.

Arts Queensland invites Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people working in the Indigenous arts and cultural sector to take part in a consultation to help inform Queensland Government’s development of a 10-year Roadmap for the arts, culture and creative sector.

The Roadmap will outline a 10-Year vision and action plan and inform the development of programs that will grow arts and culture in the State.

Feedback provided through this survey and through face-to-face forums around Queensland will support the development of the Roadmap which is expected to be released later this year.

For more Information about the 10-Year Roadmap consultation and the location of face-to-face forums please visit

Personal information gathered in this survey will be collected and handled in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009. Your participation in this survey, and the extent of information you provide, is entirely voluntary. We value your active interest and involvement and will not disclose your personal information to any other party or use it for any other purpose unless authorised or required by law.

For more information on how we collect, use, disclose and protect your personal information, and how you can access or amend your personal information, please see our collection notice and privacy statement


In community

1. How can we keep culture strong in your community? What can the community do to support this? What can government do to support the community in this?

Beyond community

2. How could we celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and share unique stories, artworks and performances beyond your community? What sort of partnerships could this involve?

Creative business

3. What should government do to support creative businesses locally and beyond? What skills or training do you think would help small business to thrive?

Artists and arts workers

4. How can artists and arts workers in your community be supported, and what skills do they require?

Arts leaders

5. How could we support the growth of the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders and mentors? What can government do to support this? What can the community do to support this?

Demographic information

The following data is being collected to provide information about the representation of respondents and to understand how different groups have contributed and responded. Arts Queensland may publish this data as aggregated (non-identified) data for the purpose of reporting on the consultation.

6. How are you involved in the arts, cultural and creative activities? (Please select all that apply)
7. What is your age?
8. What is your primary postcode?
9. Do you personally identify with any of the following groups? (Please select only those that apply).