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The National Association of the Visual Arts (NAVA) kicked off its Summit with a controversial topic.
The Federal Government has consistently reiterated its preferences for funding established arts organisations over the grassroots. But companies like the Flying Fruit Fly Circus would not exist if previous governments had taken this approach.
A Victorian magistrate has delivered a landmark verdict in the Paul Yore case raising questions about the way police read a work of art, the intimidation of public galleries and the role of the Australian Classification Board in the visual arts.
Arts Minister George Brandis approved $275,000 in special funding to classical music label Melba Recordings without peer review or a competitive process, ArtsHub reveals.
Community arts organisations are responding to economic change through social enterprise activities and hybrid funding models.
Some states do it and some states don’t. But just how significant is indexation and are there viable alternatives?
There is precious little detail in the Australia Council's new Strategic Plan, and big questions remain.
In light of Australia’s looming obesity crisis, engaging with the arts is more important than ever before, especially given the beneficial mental and physical health outcomes of active arts participation.
The Australian Government has proposed ISP monitor and punish Australians who download and infringe copyright law.
The Minister for the Arts has defended a $1 million grant to the Australian Ballet School, in a slasher budget where the rest of the arts sector lost more than $87 million.
Budget 2014 cuts to arts funding wipe out many of the gains of Creative Australia and may signal the renewal of the culture wars.
Whether the Biennale of Sydney survives may depend on the independence of the Australia Council in the face of an angry Minister.
For artists relying on government welfare payments, reforms recently flagged by the Federal Government could see big changes. But don’t fret just yet.
Performing arts companies will get new homes but there's no gallery and less temporary exhibition space at Australia's newest cultural precinct under the Walsh Bay Precinct Master Plan released by Arts NSW.
In October this year, the Queensland Government slashed funding to small-to-medium sized arts organisations. In part two of a three-part investigation, ArtsHub asks why the smaller players were targeted, while the major institutions were protected.
As NAVA turns 30, the successful visual arts advocacy organisation believes it can get governments to double arts funding.
Diving into the international market place is hard. If you dream of a global audience, you need to know the right people. A new Australia Council program aims to help.
In Egypt, where public theatre is often seen as a thinly veiled mouthpiece for the government, independent artists are revolutionaries whose work stands in marked contrast to the state-approved flag-waving productions.
The Federal Government’s announcement of new funding for arts training can’t paper over the problems confronting the sector.
The Collaborative Book Industry Council has prepared a roadmap for the industry. Will it be enough?
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