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Government support for 'creative industries' risks demeaning the artist to 'fungible creative stem cells'.
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Not so long ago you could flunk physics and top the art class. It's getting harder as technology merges with creative work.
The arts sector has had an uncomfortable roller coaster ride over the past couple of years. 2015 may be calmer, as artists and arts organisations get on with implementing the ideas that have bounced them around but the big picture challenges remain.
Opera Australia has removed two critics from its comps list, highlighting the fraught issue of free tickets for reviewers whose endorsement can't be bought.
After a long-lead up Australia Council’s simplified grants system has arrived. What will it mean for your chances of getting a grant?
Many in the arts will be glad 2014 is over as they reflect on a year of straitened circumstances and painful battles. But there were high points and winners too.
The arts are the most powerful asset business and government have for branding, deal-making and creating a unique proposition.
Arts organisations are tackling gender imbalance and creating initiatives of their own to put women at the top.
You don't have to be a grammar Nazi to understand the importance of prepositions to the Buxton Centre of Contemporary Art and the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
The ScreenHub crystal ball looks at the deep challenges and transformations facing the sector in 2015.
Diminution, diversification, hybridity and new audiences are essential if opera is to thrive in the 21st century.
A museum transformed a struggling Spanish provincial city into an international name. Could it happen in Albury?
Victoria's new Labor Government is shaking up cultural policy with big implications for creative industries nationally.
Puppetry has featured prominently in recent mainstage productions including Storm Boy and King Kong, but how healthy is the sector really?
The creeping replacement of artistic leaders with managers and producers is a grave threat to artistic life.
Learn from Iggy Azalea, Snoop Lion and Redfoo and make sure social media doesn't turn catfights into court battles.
The old rules won’t necessarily work with a new generation of donors employing different funding structures.
The arts can benefit from creative new investment structures including microfinance, business incubators, loans and capital funds.
Not-for-profits are operating in a new paradigm of social enterprise, performance based outcomes and ethical investment.
What happens when you cross an artist with a politician? The Basics Rock'n'Roll Party (BRRP) raises questions about the role artists can play in politics.
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