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As WA’s State election looms, make sure you consider the arts when you go to the polls. Creativity is as important to the state as hard infrastructure.
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Populist marketing has big potential for building arts audiences, even if they come for the air-con.
Economists should understand the arts as the very centre of a production system that derives benefit from the things the arts do.
Art museums are suffering from poor brand imaging and a lack of social skills in directors and staff is partly to blame.
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.
Research by Melbourne University released this week found arts organisations could do better when approaching trusts and foundations.
Fair payment? Education? Career opportunites? How do arts advocates decide where to put their energies.
Traditional and complicated hierarchical structures may not be the best fit for a small business
A senior arts bureaucrats explains the bizarre and paradoxical strategies public servants use to win government support for the arts.
Tiny Tasmania is the kid sister who is increasingly outshining her siblings in creative capital. We asked the Premier how they do it.
TAFE enrolments are suffering from competitive university courses and lost funding but a degree is not a substitute for vocational training.
For anyone who’s ever felt that their employer isn’t exactly their greatest fan, here are some possible reasons you’re not quite measuring up.
Becoming an artist can be a liberation, a catharsis, a source of meaning, life satisfaction or existential peace.
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.
Science has proven artists are more likely to face depression, especially serious bipolar illness. Is mental instability an inevitable price of creativity?
These Australia Council grants provide support for the research and creative development of new dance works.
The purpose of this initiative is to provide support for the research and creative development of new dance works.
Most artists are better with ideas than insurance. Thank heavens for peak bodies to look after the nuts and bolts.
Australia Council's New Work grants support one-off projects that create new theatre work. Creative development grants cover the stages of creating a new work, such as research, workshops or commissioning a writer.
Research is attempting to compare the mental health and wellbeing outcomes of arts participants and spectators with sports participants and spectators.
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