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New Australia Council research examines how much benefit artists really derive from a successful grant application.
Harvard researcher argues that despite belief to the contrary, studying music doesn’t improve cognitive ability.
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NAVA will use its 30th Anniversary to launch an exciting new Visual Arts Agenda.
It’s been a year of great promise and considerable disappointment in Australia’s cultural sector with the best news in a generation offered and then left dangling.
Sporting arena, kindergarten, science lab: the top buildings of 2013 are varied in form and function.
The entire national arts sector is facing worrying reverberations as a result of the massive cuts to small and medium arts organisations in Queensland.
In October this year, the Queensland Government slashed funding to small-to-medium sized arts organisations. In part two of a three-part investigation, ArtsHub asks why the smaller players were targeted, while the major institutions were protected.
Design is critical to economic growth but it still falls in the cracks between industry and arts policy.
In the first part of an exclusive 3-part series, ArtsHub exposes the machinations and implications of money and mates in Qld arts.
A new study sheds light on the difficulties faced by those freelancing in the creative sector.
Research on Australian museums and galleries shows they need to get past the measuring difficulties and judge their success on the impact they make on their communities.
The new Arts Party is not a small issue party. There are good reasons why all of Australia needs this initiative.
Oversupply, increased price sensitivity or maybe they just don’t like the program? Audience research casts a new light on a worrying trend.
The Australia Council figures released last week showed Tasmania receives a disproportionate slice of funding. So it should.
A review into demand-driven university places may make it harder to access education in the arts.
The defunding of fifteen mid level arts organisations in Queensland has sent the sector reeling, while others look to an increase
Ticket numbers don't tell the whole story but how do you calculate the value of empathy, transformation or community-building?
Is a doctoral degree really useful for a career in the arts or are artists using higher degrees to buy studio time and avoid the reality check of life after uni?
No less than three Dardanelles specials hoisted the flag at last week’s film market in Cannes. Yawn.
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