Catalyst Guidelines: S2Ms win, independence loses

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Deborah Stone

Guidelines have been release for Catalyst, as the Government backs away from the NPEA. They are a win for small-to-mediums but not for individual artists or independent peer review.

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The Federal Government's new arts funding program has released guidelines that go some way to meeting industry concerns over the National Program for Excellence in the arts, which was abolished at midnight after months of industry campaigning.

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Deborah Stone is Editor of ArtsHub.