Mates and majors: how the big fish survived

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Ben Eltham

In October this year, the Queensland Government slashed funding to small-to-medium sized arts organisations. In part two of a three-part investigation, ArtsHub asks why the smaller players were targeted, while the major institutions were protected.

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Campbell Newman holds Alice Myers, daughter of  Anna Marsden and Ben Myers, as he introduces new ministers to the media, February 2013. Arts Minister Ian Walker is second from left. Image: The Courier-Mail.

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Ben Eltham is ArtsHub's industry columnist.