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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.
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.
Populist marketing has big potential for building arts audiences, even if they come for the air-con.
Flexibility in style and genre is essential to making music your profession.
Remote Australia is at huge cultural disadvantage with cultural consumption costing up to 13 times more in the bush. Will the NBN help?
Economists should understand the arts as the very centre of a production system that derives benefit from the things the arts do.
By reducing arts education and teaching to standardised tests we are in serious danger of strangling the imagination of the country.
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.
If we want more money for the arts, we need to create a public culture in which the arts have at least the same status in the political world as jobs.
Fair payment? Education? Career opportunites? How do arts advocates decide where to put their energies.
How can a panning from the critics become some tough love in disguise?
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.
Opera Australia will stage Wagner’s 15-hour Ring Cycle in Melbourne this year. Can modern audiences sustain a dramatic marathon?
The funding decisions are yet to be made but just the opportunity to think about how arts could transform a town has prompted new creativity in many small towns.
‘Deathtalker’ Molly Carlisle has discovered the arts are the perfect vehicle for enabling her clients to have a ‘good death’.
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