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Guido Belgiorno-Nettis AM to succeed outgoing President of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Steven Lowy.
With opinion polls favouring a Coalition election victory, what might an Abbott government mean for the arts?
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Who gets the green light for arts policy: Labor, the Coalition or the Greens?
In the lead-up to the election,why political support for the visual arts is relatively invisible?
Speeches by Tony Burke and George Brandis at Blacktown Arts Centre on Monday may be the closest thing we get to an arts debate
Solitary geniuses and mad creatives make good fiction but research shows the truth about creativity is more prosaic.
Aggregating culture in one department would lead to better measurement, better resourcing and a genuine assessment of cultural impact, argues a key strategiest of Creative Australia.
Arts strategist Julianne Schultz says we need to start measuring the value of culture, an important but risky venture.
The Federal Government’s announcement of new funding for arts training can’t paper over the problems confronting the sector.
It is fashionable to complain that hyper-connectivity leads to shortened attention spans . But maybe not.
It's been a long time coming, but Australia finally has a plan for saving live music venues.
Creative arts and humanities are receiving more research funding thanks to a rule change but the good news may not last.
The Collaborative Book Industry Council has prepared a roadmap for the industry. Will it be enough?
Small-to-medium Australian performing arts companies are enjoying a growing international reputation but at a high cost.
New research into the variation of Aussie slang has revealed how different states use their own terms to describe the same thing.
Who spends more on the arts: Labor or Liberal? The answer might surprise you, writes Ben Eltham.
In all the chatter about new, new, new arts policy and funding, the visual arts and literature are feeling ignored.
While APRA reacts angrily to media coverage of its ACCC re-authorisation, new claims cast doubt on its distribution methods
APRA's $160 million monopoly is under the spotlight of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
The Government will go into the election with a Cabinet less committed to the sector and an Opposition looking for a fight.
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