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South Australian arts journalism gets a major boost

In partnership with Solstice Media

The Institute provided key support to Solstice Media to establish its arts journalism publication InReview.

Since launching in February, InReview has published hundreds of stories and reviews on the arts in South Australia. Importantly, it has contracted dozens of local writers.

The Institute has since recommitted funding to InReview, following its strong early success.

Solstice Media editorial director David Washington said the Institute’s support for InReview was gratifying.

“We started InReview because we believed the local community — and the arts sector itself — needs independent and properly-resourced arts and cultural journalism,” he said.

“We’re grateful that the Judith Nielson Institute has seen the value in this vision and have backed it 100 per cent.”

InReview a sub-site of InDaily, publishes professional, rigorous and credible arts journalism and cultural commentary each weekday.

It covers theatre, music, books and poetry, visual art, dance, design and architecture, popular culture, film and television, and more.

It draws on a pool of experienced local contributors and give opportunities to new voices.

Solstice Media

About the project

The Institute is supporting InReview, a sub-site of InDaily, which will publish professional, rigorous and credible arts journalism and cultural commentary each weekday.