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The barrage of commemorative Anzac stubby holders and tacky slogans glorifying war throw the value of the arts as meaning-maker into sharp relief.
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A study of UK arts businesses shows most are failing to take advantage of modern technology to market their businesses effectively.
Despite decades of investment in audience development and the current enthusiasm for all things data, arts organisations still aren’t getting it.
We look at the ingredients required to help cultural tourism thrive in regional cities.
Science has shown us the facts but art is needed to stimulate action on climate change.
Arts-business partnerships are a competitive market. Understanding what each partner brings is essential to clinching the deal.
An increasing number of designers are working without pay, pinning their hopes on prize money to bankroll their work.
The excitement of 'Mad March' in Adelaide could last all year with clever activation of the city's infrastructure.
In the future, social media will be as common as Paypal for making purchases. How will that impact on the arts sector?
From street to museum to marketing meme, this infographic tells two stories.
With the election on Saturday, we summarise the major arts policies across education, technology, Indigenous culture and more.
As government funding gives way to more private sponsorship, accountability is being replaced by pressure for arts companies to reflect the values of those giving the money.
Consumers and governments are spending less on the arts but the private sector is going some way to making up the shortfall, Australia Council reveals.
A looming State Election and a new report has shaken up the disparity debate in arts funding between East and West Sydney.
International tourists are more likely to visit arts events than sports or wineries, and their demand for arts events is increasing.
Audiences are growing, the arts are better appreciated but it’s still tough to be an artist, especially for women, Australia Council reports.
With income from the resource sector declining, what are the implications for arts funding and philanthropy in Western Australia?
Technology makes everyone a creative with a distribution network so where does that leave the professionals?
You already know the demography of your audiences but do you understand why it is skewed? The equation is complex.
Our major performing arts organisations are Australian culture’s country clubs, sponsored by a matrix of old money and old-school networks and protected by the conservative government.
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