NAVA invites your feedback on the draft new best practice guidelines for commissioning art in public

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The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) leads advocacy, policy and action for an Australian arts sector that’s ambitious and fair. NAVA’s Code of Practice for the Professional Australian Visual Arts, Craft and Design Sector sets thorough arts industry guidelines that benchmark best practice. Our key strategic goal is to promote the ethics, build the relationships and secure the commitments that make the Code of Practice the respected and consistently applied standard across the country. NAVA is currently working on a major revision the Code to ensure it remains up-to-date, fair, and reflects the best interests of the sector.

This Survey
Please read the draft Best Practice: Commissioning Art in Public Space and Draft artist fees for public art before responding to this survey. You may give feedback to specific areas and have no response for others - you do not need to answer every question. There is also a section for general feedback. Please use this opportunity to make useful and practical suggestions and recommendations for the draft. 

This survey will take approximately 10 - 15 minutes to complete.

20 January 2020

While NAVA asks for information including the name of your organisation, confidentiality will be strictly observed. The information supplied will be used only for NAVA's work on the Code. We ask for organisational information to avoid duplication and for internal data processes only. No reference to individual organisations will be made in any published material. 

Questions regarding the purpose or procedures of the feedback form should be directed to NAVA's General Manager, Penelope Benton via

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