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Victoria Minister for the Arts argues the State investment in times of fiscal constrain is extraordinary.
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There are not enough jobs for designers and that's only part of the problem for those wanting to make it in the industry.
In 2014, the new Australian Curriculum in Music will be ready for implementation. But, most Victorian teachers lack the training.
Dance has won a place in the arts curriculum but the policy will be a wallflower without the partnership of teacher training.
Artists often complain about precarious careers and unreliable incomes but they are better off than many other modern workers.
Careers depend on being spotted for an exhibition of emerging artists. It helps to understand how the curator thinks.
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.
TAFE enrolments are suffering from competitive university courses and lost funding but a degree is not a substitute for vocational training.
Old style hands-on training taught skills that young performing artists are not learning.
Ignore the naysayers, university degrees in creative arts equip students to become flexible, entrepreneurial workers with a range of career opportunities.
Snobbery and short-sightedness are preventing artists being trained as craftspeople in TAFEs or individualised vocationally-focused university courses.
With TAFE cuts but a new national arts curriculum where is the coherence to create pathways from school to training to work in creative industries?
Where are the jobs being grown in the creative economy? What can we do to encourage better alignment of education and training for where the jobs are?
TAFE cuts around the country are dramatically lessening both opportunities for arts professionals and public engagement with the arts.
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