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The principles of independent arts funding are under threat as the Budget foreshadows the greatest shake up since the Australia Council was established 47-years ago. We explain the likely implications for artists and arts organisations.
Opinions & Analysis
ANZAC cultural programming has fed millions into arts funding while creative proposals on other subjects are unable to secure government support.
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Perth needs a distinctive cultural narrative that weaves together Aboriginal and European histories.
Our major performing arts organisations are Australian culture’s country clubs, sponsored by a matrix of old money and old-school networks and protected by the conservative government.
Following widespread reaction to the powerful contention that art should disturb not please, we publish Leysen's full speech.
As much art as science, the controversial Milgram and Stanford prison experiments on obedience to authority continue to inspire screen translations.
Self-understanding often comes from looking outside the self, through the lens of a filmmaker or the eye of an artist.
Executive Director of Australian Society of Authors Angelo Loukakis debunks the hype that cash and copyright are bad for creatives.
Does Whiplash, the new film by American Damien Chazelle, glorify or denounce the behaviour of an obsessive teacher?
Creative arts offers skills business wants but entrepreneurial artists need to understand the differences to make the leap.
Arts managers are an important part of the sector but they are kidding themselves if they think they are artists.
Ideally we would have no need for festivals that promote women in film, as we would already give them the due time and respect.
An intermission is all that stands in the way of overseas films maximising their potential in the Indian sub-continent.
The arts sector needs to accept responsibility for the inequity on which its success is achieved and not blame it on government.
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