Arts Tasmania supports the development of the arts and movable cultural sectors through strategic initiatives and a range of programs including the Tasmanian Government's Art Site Scheme, the Corporate Art Scheme and projects that support national and international export and exposure, such as the COLLECT Art Purchase Scheme.
We also distribute arts-e newsbyte, our e-newsletter, profiling the latest state, national and international arts opportunities.
Learn how to make a COVID-19 Safety Plan
Arts Tasmania partnered with WorkSafe Tasmania to deliver two online information sessions to help museums, galleries and other arts businesses and organisations navigate the process of developing their COVID-19 Safety Plan.
As part of these information sessions we had lots of fantastic questions from participants – we will have all the answers to these questions soon, with the help of WorkSafe and Public Health.
We will publish these answers on this page below the video and we encourage you to send through any other questions you have about the process.
Presented by Jacqui Allen, Deputy Secretary for Cultural and Tourism Development and Brad Parker and Robyn Pearce from WorkSafe Tasmania, they walk you through:
- why you need to have a COVID-19 Safety Plan
- where to find checklists, guidelines and plan templates
- tips and tricks to filling in the plan template or add to your existing workplace plan
- where to get help with writing your plan.
How we can help you
Arts Tasmania offers the following opportunities and resources to assist arts businesses and individuals working in the arts and movable cultural heritage sectors.