2SER FM: LOCKOUT LAWS: THE ARTS AND CULTURAL IMPACT

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Years on from the introduction of lockout laws in 2014, an event tonight will continue discussion on how Sydney’s cultural landscape has changed.  Key policy and political stakeholders will be talking about the cultural norms created by the lockout laws at the Australia Council for the Arts in Surry Hills, hosted by SAMAG. The Daily spoke to Emilya Colliver, a member of the City of Sydney’s Nightlife and Creative Sector Advisory Panel and founder of Art Pharmacy, to chat about the major topics to be discussed tonight.

Listen to the interview here.

Kate BettesArt Pharmacy