Our Work

Darrin Baker with the Samoan Methodist Church, The Underpass, for FUNPARK, Karen Therese, Powerhouse Youth Theatre and Sydney Festival event 2014, commissioned by Blacktown Arts. Photo: Heidron Lohr. 

Darrin Baker with the Samoan Methodist Church, The Underpass, for FUNPARK, Karen Therese, Powerhouse Youth Theatre and Sydney Festival event 2014, commissioned by Blacktown Arts. Photo: Heidron Lohr.

Our Priorities

Create Investment and Engagement

  • Strategic leadership in delivering Create in NSW: The NSW Arts and Cultural Policy Framework
  • Leading and contributing to the dialogue about the role and impact of arts, culture and creativity to our identity, community and economy
  • Working collaboratively with artists and arts workers, the arts and cultural sector and our partners within government
  • An innovative arts and cultural sector, and growing creative industries
  • Supporting more opportunities for more people to experience and shape the arts, particularly in Regional NSW
  • Embracing the diversity of arts and culture in NSW and fostering more opportunities for Aboriginal artists and arts workers
  • Being client focused

 Create Infrastructure

  • Deliver the NSW Government response to Infrastructure NSW’s advice to government
  • Deliver high quality customer service through effective performance management
  • Provide a coordinated infrastructure planning, policy and delivery strategy for the cultural sector
  • Provide excellence in the delivery of priority projects.
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