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The glory days of cultural policy in Australia are over and the Australia Council is now what is referred to as an ‘elite nurturer’ instead of a broadly-based cultural development agency.
FEDERAL GOVT: Being just before Christmas, you might have missed it, but there was a potentially very important Federal Government announcement made.
Arts Minister Simon Crean has announced changes to the resale royalty scheme for visual artists intended to reduce administrative requirements for art market workers.
Did you know government spending on culture per capita in Italy is €117, in Ireland it's €41.22 and in Finland they spend €176.6 per person?
Speech by Minister Simon Crean to launch Yiwarra Kuju: Canning Stock Route for CHOGM 2011.
Nike Jonah, from the Arts Council England has been in Australia sharing the importance of putting diversity at the centre of arts policy.
Kathy Keele’s move into arts management came after almost 30 years in the corporate world, in marketing steel, railroads and wood products, telecommunications and mobile phones. Are the leadership skills needed in business and the arts so different?
Andrew Donovan, Director Inter-arts at the Australia Council responds to Ben Eltham's column in Crikey criticising the lack of support for media & digital arts. The future's bright.
After 23 years you might think that a structure had passed the point of being ‘temporary’, but finally the Australia Council are calling for EOIs to build a new permanent stand for the Venice Biennale.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL: The OzCo has launched new research in response to arts audiences' growing use of the web to shape and inspire their arts experience.
REVIEW OF PRIVATE SECTOR SUPPORT: The Federal Government's Review of Private Sector Support for the Arts is open for public submissions - what model is going to work best in Australia?
This dance plan, a joint project between Ausdance and The Australia Council, written in consultation with the dance sector, has identified four ambitions for 2012.
AUSTRALIAN COPYRIGHT COUNCIL: The recent UK-based Hargreaves report on IP is expected to impact
Australia’s own planned review of copyright law.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL: Singer/songwriter Archie Roach is this year’s Red Ochre Award winner. The award, presented by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board of the Australia Council for the Arts, honours a lifetime of outstanding achievement in the music industry.
ARTS LAW CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA: Late in 2010 Arts Law's Senior Solicitor Rebecca Laubi took a moment to analyze what the new Gillard led federal government were doing for the arts. Now after last week’s first Gillard budget, it’s worth revisiting Laubi’s essay to see if the federal government’s intent and outcome are on the same page.
GROUNDSWELL: Groundswell and Arts NSW are seeking participants in a research program looking at the need for a peak body and development of an arts policy for the multicultural arts sector in NSW.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL: For those faced with the prospect of writing a Business Plan for the first time, I want to dispel some myths and provide you with some tips to make this a less daunting exercise.
FEDERAL ARTS BUDGET: The Gillard Government has delivered on its election commitment to provide $10 million over five years in new support for young and emerging artists.
COMMUNITY ARTS: It seems that the Federal Government has decided to put a new national cultural policy back on the Agenda.
AUSTRALIAN COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS: Emerging arts leaders from around the country are gathering in Sydney this week to develop the vital skills needed to lead our arts organisations into the future.
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