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Theatre has so much more to offer than economic benefits, argues Professor Julian Meyrick.
In the wake of 2020’s devastating impacts on Australia’s cultural life and creative industries, what’s the most important role for the Australian Government? Parliamentarians are answering in a number of ways – for some, it’s a matter of value; for others, policy; for others yet, it’s about action.
At the first hearing at the Parliamentary Inquiry into the arts, three writers and a literary journal editor told of our 'weary community that has been existing precariously for far too long'.
As Victorians emerge from lockdown, cartoonist David Blumenstein thinks governments need more artists to help them focus on how they are talking about the pandemic. And it’s not another flow chart.
Amy MacMahon (Greens candidate for South Brisbane) and Kirsten Lovejoy (Greens Candidate for McConnel) spruik their party's arts policies in the lead-up to the Queensland election on Saturday.
Queensland Minister for the Arts, the Hon. Leeanne Enoch MP, outlines Labor's ambitions and plans for the arts if the ALP are re-elected on Saturday.
Jo Clay, the ACT Greens' arts spokesperson and candidate for Ginninderra, explains what the Greens will do to support artists and arts organisation in the Australian Capital Territory.
With the ACT election coming up, we hear from the ACT's current Minister for the Arts, Creative Industries and Cultural Events, Gordon Ramsay MLA, on his vision for the capital.
As media cycles and social media mix the messages of our times, David Pledger argues that artists have a unique responsibility to telling the hard truths with stories that require reflection and depth.
While the ATO seems to understand how artists’ incomes fluctuate year by year, Centrelink does not; nor do its guidelines help artists sustain their careers, a situation NAVA is keen to see changed.
As the Australia Council calls for responses to its latest COVID-inspired research paper, Leanne de Souza thinks now is the time to look at digital as the new normal.
With the Parliamentary inquiry into the arts there is a chance to re-define the debate on the arts sectors own terms according to professors Justin O’Connor, Julian Meyrick and Julianne Schultz.
With the Federal Government investigating the impact of COVID on the arts, Dr Jackie Bailey looks at arguments that need to be made and using language that will be heard.
With the announcement of the Parliamentary Inquiry into the Arts during COVID, you might be wondering how to make a contribution or even if there is any point.
A new Parliamentary Inquiry from the Federal Government asks about the impact of the arts during COVID-19 including a survey asking what you think.
During difficult times, Stella Young Prize winner Vanessa Jo Di Natale tells about how the award changed her arts career.
To really change the arts, we need to change arts leadership. Travis de Vries thinks we should make bigger systemic changes.
The misery of being exploited by capitalists is nothing compared to the misery of not being exploited at all.
How can art maintain its value as it becomes increasingly commodified? Frances An explores why public funding is still essential.
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