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With five decades experience behind him, actor and director John Bell has plenty of advice for up and coming thespians.
Submissions to the Coalition’s investigation into tertiary learning online close on March 30.
The Peats Ridge Festival director Matt Grant is said to have left Australia, leaving creditors owed over $1 million.
Country Arts WA is driving an all-parties VOTE ARTS campaign in the coming state election to secure sustainable arts funding in regional communities.
Crowdfunding took off last year but 2013 promises new opportunities to raise money for your project.
Amidst dangerous budget cuts, the opera world has united to conduct its very own international awards in the hopes of raising appreciation for the classic art form.
The argument for public arts funding is based on the assumption that everyone benefits from the arts. But the greatest value demands widespread participation.
In 'It's Culture, Stupid' an outspoken paper released today, the former head of Arts Queensland, argues for a massive overhaul of the way we fund the arts.
In 2013, the Australia Council will deliver more than $170 million in funding for arts organisations and individual artists across Australia.
Audiences, grant-givers and art-makers can all be fashion victims, whether they know it or not.
Instead of putting out your hand for sponsorship, create a business-arts partnership that benefits both.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is refusing to pay the remainder of his tax evasion fine after losing his final tax appeal in a Chinese court.
For the past 12 years, the Australia Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) has been promoting private and business sector support for the arts. With so much need for arts funding across Australia, and businesses continually searching for new ways to engage with the community, AbaF is cementing long-term cultural success built on a foundation of advocacy, network building and knowledge.
A study by the Australia Council has identified six key reasons why donors give to crowdsource projects- and four reasons why the don’t.
With fringe festivals and fringe culture more popular than ever before, how does a concept founded on the edges of society deal with its own success?
The Australia Council Review spoke of rewarding access and excellence but work that gets awards and empowers communities still loses funding.
Indigenous culture has just received $27 million in grants. Here’s the proof it can change lives.
The La Boite Theatre Company launches their 2012-2013 campaign, The Wall of Light, to attract donors.
Filling out tax returns can be a difficult process, but we’ve got some great expert tips that will help lift the burden off this taxing time of the year.
UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has suggested the implementation of a new state-subsidised arts channel that will require arts groups to broadcast their performances in order to receive government funding.
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