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Victoria's new Labor Government is shaking up cultural policy with big implications for creative industries nationally.
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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.
Donors are younger, savvier and using a new raft of techniques and vehicles in deciding how they support not-for-profits.
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.
The Coalition is touting 'excellence', Labour 'creative industries'. The result will have direct funding implications for four major projects, the contemporary music industry and all funded arts organisations.
The Victorian state election offers genuine choices and arts policies that acknowledge the transformational power of arts.
The arts industry needs to be less polite and more strategic when it comes to lobbying for sector interests.
Australia’s art galleries are currently enthralled by fashion.
Does Whiplash, the new film by American Damien Chazelle, glorify or denounce the behaviour of an obsessive teacher?
Businesses like BP and Transfield look like great partners for arts organisations. But if you don't ensure genuine common interest with your artists and audiences you could face a public relations nightmare.
Improvisation plays a key role in many art forms, but how much of what we is see is truly spontaneous?
Every arts organisation says they want young audiences. But you should be careful what you wish for.
Creative arts offers skills business wants but entrepreneurial artists need to understand the differences to make the leap.
Do you need a degree in media if you want to work in the film or television industries?
One of Melbourne's most established Indigenous art galleries, Gabrielle Pizzi Gallery, will close at the end of the year.
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