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‘Labor to deliver landmark cultural policy’ (eventually)
Should our next cultural policy acknowledge rising inequality, falling wages, and the erosion of the environment and democracy, Julian Meyrick…
Labor promises new cultural policy ahead of election
Instead of announcing an arts policy prior to Saturday’s election, the ALP has pledged to develop a national cultural policy…
Music industry call to arms in election lead-up
16 music industry bodies released a three-point plan hoping to lobby politicians and advance Australia's creative potential.
Long live opera thanks to digital library
A national digital library dedicated to opera is furthering the sector’s commitment to preserving the art form.
Election resources for the arts
A list of resources to help campaign for the arts, from posting a banner on social media to how to…
Rising music talents at anniversary awards
Debut stars and blazing talents feature on the nominees list of the 2022 APRA Music Awards, including Rob Hirst, Hiatus…
Apology to Penny Miles
An apology for the article, The re-building of Circus Oz.
Back to Back wins international theatre award
Back to Back Theatre is the first Australian company to receive the International Ibsen Award.
SA Shadow Arts Minister spruiks policy details
With the SA election looming, Katrine Hildyard outlined Labor’s commitments to the sector in conversation with the Arts Industry Council…
SA Premier defends his arts record
Steven Marshall was campaigning on his arts record when he spoke recently with the Arts Industry Council of South Australia.