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Creative arts and humanities are receiving more research funding thanks to a rule change but the good news may not last.
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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.
Some important things happened in Federal Parliament this week – and not just in the Labor caucus room. With the leadership drama, few noticed the Government shepherding two key cultural policies through the Parliament.
George Brandis is showing support for the controversial Melba Foundation, which was defunded after peer review.
Was the police raid on Paul Yore's Linden Centre exhibition really the start of a right-wing campaign against arts funding?
Artists need the skills to defend their work against personal ideological crusades and political point scoring.
Bowker Market Research reports that self-published e-books account for 12% of the entire digital publishing market.
The debate about adaptations of classics in Australian theatre is just another example of the cultural cringe
£1 billion from the National Lottery will go to the arts in the UK, but in Australia gaming leaves the arts largely empty-handed.
Find out why things go viral from Managing Editor of BuzzFeed and Founder of Symbolia at the inaugural Storyology festival.
The Australian Theatre Forum, held this week in Canberra, showcases an industry on the upswing despite the new competition.
Encouraging live venues and battling alcohol-fuelled violence is a delicate balance for cultural policy-makers.
In 2014, the new Australian Curriculum in Music will be ready for implementation. But, most Victorian teachers lack the training.
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