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Opinions & Analysis
Did you get your funding this year - what happens to all those good ideas?
The Australia Council figures released last week showed Tasmania receives a disproportionate slice of funding. So it should.
In an age of user-generated content and zombie walks, it’s hard to defend opera’s pre-eminence.
WA needs an artwork of international proportions to mark its Bicentenary.
Arts Victoria’s Review must include a means to develop better managers and a review of funding structure.
Public funding will never conceive visionary projects like MONA or Tarrawarra. Private funding is essential to realising our cultural ambitions, says chairman of the Australia Council, Rupert Myer.
Creative arts and humanities are receiving more research funding thanks to a rule change but the good news may not last.
With budgets shrinking, all arts are under pressure but heritage culture is doing it toughest.
In all the chatter about new, new, new arts policy and funding, the visual arts and literature are feeling ignored.
An accountant offers a light-hearted look at the wrong – and right – ways to win the approval of the ATO.
George Brandis is showing support for the controversial Melba Foundation, which was defunded after peer review.
Public broadcasting is driven by volunteering and contributions but it will die without a modicum of Government support.
A performance artist challenges a grant-maker’s decision and wins.
After successfully crowdfunding a project, writer/director Lucy Gaffy asks others what they did right.
The head of one of Australia biggest corporate supporters of the arts explains what’s in it for big business.
Two months after the big announcement, the budget is locked in. So how does the sector feel?
The changes in funding and policy are rippling through the entire ecology of the arts and cultural sector.
We need better quantitative data on the arts sector to stimulate private and public sector investment.
One teacher who has felt the cost of cuts to TAFE funding urges others to take action.
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