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Two months after the big announcement, the budget is locked in. So how does the sector feel?
Opinions & Analysis
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.
Arts Access Australia is running a campaign to get a better deal for people with disabilities from the National Cultural Policy.
Resignations of the Queensland Arts Minister and a Screen Queensland board members have revealed cronyism and conflict of interest to an arts sector already reeling from savage cuts.
A senior arts bureaucrats explains the bizarre and paradoxical strategies public servants use to win government support for the arts.
The funding decisions are yet to be made but just the opportunity to think about how arts could transform a town has prompted new creativity in many small towns.
TAFE enrolments are suffering from competitive university courses and lost funding but a degree is not a substitute for vocational training.
Playwrighting advocates argue the money that used to go to Freemantle's Deckchair Theatre should be applied to developing new Australian work.
In the first arts play in the 2013 federal election campaign the Greens have announced a policy for a $10 million boost to arts funding. This is why.
Arts organisations need to be savvy about the assets they can offer business in return for investment.
Arts funding agencies fail to understand the value or needs of intellectually disabled artists.
Northern Rivers towns like Byron Bay and Lismore have long been a magnet for artists escaping the city but they often leave funding opportunity behind.
Taxpayer funding of orchestras should be dependent on Australian content.
Instead of just arts grants to compensate for market failure, governments should invest in creativity.
Queensland arts is losing creative capacity as arts administrators and programs are cut.
Arts Minister Simon Crean takes aim at Queensland's latest arts budget cuts.
What can Australia learn from the new UK arts funding environment?
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