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WA local governments are making a big investment in arts but new research shows many lack a clear strategy.
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As government funding gives way to more private sponsorship, accountability is being replaced by pressure for arts companies to reflect the values of those giving the money.
UNESCO work on the status of the artists, a New York certification program and a Canadian exhibition right all have international implications for artists' incomes.
If numbers tell the truth, the UK theatre industry is thriving. But plays don't come off a production line so productivity is a poor measure of success.
The Opera Australia Review will short change Victoria, and itself, if it ignores useful comparisons with the Victorian Opera.
Humphrey Bower's attack on Australia Council's new structure is based on misunderstanding, argues the Council's CEO.
Computer hackers have raised the stakes in ticket touting prompting a UK parliamentary debate this week. But changing the law is only part of the answer.
The arts are the most powerful asset business and government have for branding, deal-making and creating a unique proposition.
With key services to deliver to the community, arts organisations are nevertheless increasingly forced to excel at the art of bureaucracy.
At the heart of controversy behind special funding of Melba is whether the money is delivering value to the community.
Our business analyst looks at how Arts Centre Melbourne achieved a $10 million budget turnaround.
The Melba Foundation says there was nothing devious about a direct funding grant bypassing Australia Council peer review.
The community sector is especially vulnerable to funding cuts. But why is there so little noise about it?
What are the trends, successes and pitfalls driving philanthropy in Australia today? Sector leaders joined the debate at a recent SAMAG seminar.
Per cent for art schemes are largely a win-win situation for both local and state governments, and the artists themselves.
Values are suffering as a result of misinformation and disproportionate anxiety about changed rules for art investments in Self-Managed Super Funds, with particularly damaging results for Aboriginal communities.
Independent artists are an economical resource but they are also most at risk when budgets are cut.
Are we on the brink of seeing the Australia Council make it a requirement of funding to have support from the business sector?
Majors gets more funding but dollar for dollar, independent theatre provides hundreds more works and 26 times the ticket sales.
The lack of a Victorian arts policy is a deliberate attempt to cast a smog over funding cuts, claims the Opposition.
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