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The short answer is not much more. The longer answer looks at flat funding for the Australia Council and previously announced funding for national collecting institutions and videogame development.
Victoria’s creative industries will see some relief in the form of a $288 million investment from the State Government in 2021/22.
The cash splash of the COVID-19 recovery budget should be used to place arts and creativity at the centre of education and community building, argues Wesley Enoch ahead of Budget 2021.
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Ahead of the COVID-19 recovery budget, Esther Anatolitis looks at the narrative on the Creative Industries and what it might signal for future policy and funding.
From playful figures to bathtub performances, artists are using the intense residencies of their past to create unexpected new works in the COVID-19 lockdown.
Additional arts funding has not been equitably allocated, and the government has continued to ignore cultural workers not eligible for JobKeeper, writes Leya Reid.
An artistic inquiry into disaster preparedness is in its last days and David Pledger thinks it has much to tell us about how emergency services can benefit from the involvement of artists.
Arts leaders from across the state offer up their key arts policy suggestions for whichever political party next forms government in Tasmania.
NAVA's message is clear: ‘stop treating art and culture as expendable and start recognising their essential role in the stimulation of Australia’s creative output’.
Gutted by cuts and indifferent politics, one of Australia's most important collecting institutions is under threat. Historian Michelle Arrow tells us why archives are essential for our future.
A reelected Gutwein Liberal Government will provide a 50% increase in operational funding for Tasmania’s cultural and creative organisations, says Tasmania's Minister for the Arts, the Hon Elise Archer MP.
This year’s Australia Council Awards celebrate an iconic First Nations artist, a doyenne of circus, and a writer known for his fascination with Australia’s diversity.
Refashioning JobMaker could save and generate 100,000 to 130,000 jobs over the next six months, argue Renee Fry-McKibbin, Peter M. Downes and Warwick J. McKibbin.
Newly funded Creative Business Champions will help arts workers access mentors, resources and expert guidance.
Janice Florence from Arts Access Victoria and Emily Sexton with the Arts House team explain how and why they spent 18 months developing an expansive Disability and Inclusion Action Plan for Arts House.
Recognising that SA businesses and adjoining industries benefit from festivals and cultural attractions, a new cross-industry alliance with tourism aims to significantly bolster or reimagine cooperation.
How have the arts lost their importance? Looking back over some of Currency House’s 62 previous Platform Papers, the outgoing publisher looks at how managers have replaced artists and how policy has tilted against the sector.
Thanks to a new partnership ArtsHub is seeking new writers, with a special focus on writers of colour.
The continual underfunding of the arts does more than deprive arts workers of pay and job security. It deprives our communities of culture, argues Tim Clifford MLC.
Western Australia's impending election is an opportunity to re-examine the status quo and re-invent the future trajectory of the state's arts sector, argues Shelagh Magadza.
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