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Some important things happened in Federal Parliament this week – and not just in the Labor caucus room. With the leadership drama, few noticed the Government shepherding two key cultural policies through the Parliament.
The NSW Government Creative Industries Plan aims to grow the creative sector without public investment.
The number of grants categories will be slashed from about 150 to no more than 12 under the vision of the new Australian Council CEO.
Arts industry leaders say the new Australia Council Act fails to protect freedom of expression and leaves key cultural sectors at risk.
The Federal Government has some homework to do before the education sector embraces Creative Australia.
In 2013, the Australia Council will deliver more than $170 million in funding for arts organisations and individual artists across Australia.
The new Australia Council chair wants to give great violinists, dancers and painters the celebrity status awarded to footballers, rock stars and models.
A study by the Australia Council has identified six key reasons why donors give to crowdsource projects- and four reasons why the don’t.
The Australia Council Review spoke of rewarding access and excellence but work that gets awards and empowers communities still loses funding.
The Australia Council Review wants access arts in a separate stream from excellence. Peak bodies are not convinced.
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.
Is there something I should know?: The Australia Council Review consultation.
With the release this week of the Independent Review of the Australia Council for the Arts a new National Cultural Policy is one step nearer to release. But is it now or never?
What's it like to be a mentor and a mentee? Sandra Carluccio (Brisbane, QLD) & Steve Bull from PVI Collective (Perth, WA) discuss the Australia Council’s national JUMP mentoring program.
The issue of government funding for music has created a lot of spin, with claims one recording label gets favourable treatment.
Tamara Winikoff, NAVA's Executive Director, writes an open letter to the Federal Government's Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations and Financial Services and Superannuation Bill Shorten.
Philip Quast is a one of Australia’s most successful performers, star of Sondheim, Shakespeare and the small screen. Currently appearing as Sir Humphrey Appleby in the Australian production of 'Yes, Prime Minister' ArtsHub caught up with him to talk about his love of story and approach to text, sung and spoken.
Want to know your chances of surviving as an artist in Australia? The Australia Council for the Arts has it all figured out.
A tremor of nervousness is being felt throughout the arts industry with several government reviews underway into how the arts could work better, says Tamara Winikoff.
When the Australia Council was established, its Chair Nugget Coombs undertook that it would ensure ‘the best is encouraged and those who produce it are given the greatest opportunity to achieve the highest quality of which they are capable’.
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