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NAVA’s Esther Anatolitis turns to UNESCO and Canadian legislation with the Status of the Artist Act as a guiding model for Australia.
Opinions & Analysis
New Zealand's Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage says art should be for the many, not the few.
Revolution or evolution? With a survey of the Major Performing Arts Framework underway, AMPAG's Chair, Deputy Chair and Executive Director argue the case for evolving the current framework.
What can be done to stop performers falling through the gaps between tax, superannuation and social security systems?
Recruitment is now underway for the next Australia Council for the Arts CEO. Here are some of the key points applicants should be considering.
This week’s Meeting of Cultural Ministers has the opportunity to be ambitious and end the fight between sectors and art forms, argues NAVA's Esther Anatolitis.
Five years in development, plans for a Sydenham Creative Hub have been struck down, leaving artists and arts workers angry and despairing for their city's future.
Andrea Dawkins MP, the Tasmanian Greens’ Arts spokesperson, discusses the challenges and opportunities facing the state's arts and cultural sectors.
We explore the challenges facing Tasmania’s creative industries in the lead-up to the state election on Saturday 3 March.
As the state’s election looms, the Queensland Greens’ candidate for McConnel, Kirsten Lovejoy discusses the party’s arts policies.
Playwright Ron Elisha reflects on the personal cost of the marriage equality campaign and the specious argument of ‘the slippery slope'.
Queensland artists are in high demand overseas. Queensland artists are also moving to southern states to survive. How to resolve this defining contradiction of culture?
The forthcoming postal survey is unnecessary, but we urge you to vote yes in order to help change Australia’s unjust laws.
Victoria’s Shadow Minister for the Arts and Culture responds to the first year of the Creative State policy and the recent State Budget.
We need to understand the failure of Catalyst in more complex terms than a zero-sum game of winners and losers.
There are important lessons to be learned from the 22-month campaign that culminated this week in the end of Catalyst and the return of funds to the Australia Council.
The sector is right to celebrate the demise of Catalyst and the return of money to the Australia Council. But how much money in real terms, and where will it be spent?
The Trump administration's proposal to remove US arts funding is the battle cry for another round of culture wars, familiar to the Australian and UK arts industries.
Election campaigns are often obsessed with infrastructure. Investing in a creative society is cheaper and just as important.
When libraries lend books to the public, authors and publishers receive remuneration from the Government under the Lending Rights schemes, but this is not the case when libraries lend e-books. Is this fair?
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