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Dance has won a place in the arts curriculum but the policy will be a wallflower without the partnership of teacher training.
Why you should shed the starving artist mentality and turn your creativity into a start-up like these successful creative entrepreneurs.
Business is not the big bad wolf of the creative industries, and it’s time we stopped huffing and puffing.
New Arts Minister Tony Burke should address the glaring omission of tertiary education in the National Cultural Policy.
Artists often complain about precarious careers and unreliable incomes but they are better off than many other modern workers.
Music photographers are often paid next to nothing – or nothing at all - for arduous 12 hour days and asked to feel grateful for the opportunity.
Where does the sacking of the Arts Minister leave the National Cultural Policy?
When the National Cultural Policy was released last week, there was one particular artform conspicuously absent.
Copyright is important to creators working across all art forms, providing income as well as a legal basis for artistic control.
Arts Access Australia is running a campaign to get a better deal for people with disabilities from the National Cultural Policy.
Careers depend on being spotted for an exhibition of emerging artists. It helps to understand how the curator thinks.
Evidence shows the tens of millions of dollars spent on improving NAPLAN results would be better spent on using arts education to boost literacy.
Up close and bookish with Aung San Suu Kyi at Myanmar’s First International Literary Festival.
Now we have a National Cultural Policy, government should talk up the arts and encourage business to foot the bill.
Arts organisations tend to target big corporates but smaller enterprises can deliver excellent value for creative partnership deals.
With so much emphasis placed on what Australia thinks of Asian art, we neglect to think about the reverse.
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.
The most active arts community isn't where you think it is, and they are finding new direction.
Arts and cultural organisations are well placed to be inclusive employers of people with a disability but we could do better.
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