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The Victorian Arts Minister should be advocating for the arts sector not the Federal Government, argues the Shadow Minister.
Why allow racist abuse and ban penises? The Federal Government’s freedom-of-speech policy begs questions.
The Minister for the Arts is expected to announce a decision on the Resale Royalty Scheme soon so action is urgently needed.
Victoria Minister for the Arts argues the State investment in times of fiscal constrain is extraordinary.
The Australia Council figures released last week showed Tasmania receives a disproportionate slice of funding. So it should.
Industry knowledge? Passion? Political nous? Australian arts identities discuss the skills needed in such a role.
The new Minister for the Arts is also the Attorney-General. It gives the portfolio seniority but the Minister other priorities.
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.
With opinion polls favouring a Coalition election victory, what might an Abbott government mean for the arts?
Neither the Labor Government nor the Coalition understands that cultural heritage is an essential part of arts and culture.
The Arts Victoria review needs to address the Ombudsman's profound critique of management.
The Minister for the Arts, Tony Burke, went on the attack with this speech at the Western Sydney Arts Forum.
In all the chatter about new, new, new arts policy and funding, the visual arts and literature are feeling ignored.
The Government will go into the election with a Cabinet less committed to the sector and an Opposition looking for a fight.
After a half a working day without a Minister for Communications and Broadband, the sector is still broadcasting.
A little political history gives us some clues as to what George Brandis might be like as Arts Minister.
Public broadcasting is driven by volunteering and contributions but it will die without a modicum of Government support.
The Australia Council chairman makes a plea for valuing guides and their relationship with the public, not just collections.
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