NSW State Election: What's in it for the arts?

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Madeleine Dore

With the election on Saturday, we summarise the major arts policies across education, technology, Indigenous culture and more.

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In the lead up to the NSW State Elections on Saturday 28 March, as parties are busy campaigning for votes we turn our attention to what’s in it for the arts.

Major promises to the arts sector have already been made by the current Baird Government if it were to be re-elected, including $600 million to transform Sydney’s “cultural ribbon” into the cultural hub of Asia.  

About the author

Madeleine Dore is a freelance writer and founder of Extraordinary Routines, an interview project exploring the intersection between creativity and imperfection. She is the previous Deputy Editor at ArtsHub. Follow her on Twitter at @RoutineCurator