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The principles of independent arts funding are under threat as the Budget foreshadows the greatest shake up since the Australia Council was established 47-years ago. We explain the likely implications for artists and arts organisations.
Opinions & Analysis
Our major performing arts companies are clinging to an outdated not-for-profit model while commercial theatre makes the money they need.
ANZAC cultural programming has fed millions into arts funding while creative proposals on other subjects are unable to secure government support.
Artists and designers have so much more to offer urban planning that a cosmetic fix.
Science has shown us the facts but art is needed to stimulate action on climate change.
The excitement of 'Mad March' in Adelaide could last all year with clever activation of the city's infrastructure.
Theatre Network Victoria has used the 100-day anniversary of the Victorian Goverment to put a polite bomb under the Minister.
Abuses continue but the Government refuses to protect artists through a mandatory Indigenous Art Code.
Will future historians view the internet as heralding a new Dark Age, a time of lost opportunity and widespread cultural regression?
As government funding gives way to more private sponsorship, accountability is being replaced by pressure for arts companies to reflect the values of those giving the money.
Rowena Orr SC, who appeared, with Neil Clelland QC, for Paul Yore in his 2014 fight against child pornography charges discusses the implications of the case for freedom of expression.
UNESCO work on the status of the artists, a New York certification program and a Canadian exhibition right all have international implications for artists' incomes.
The Australia Council's dissolution of art form specific boards plays into a homogenisation of creativity that fails the specific needs of the arts.
Beyond all the Top Tens, the arts faces some serious questions in the new year.
The arts are the most powerful asset business and government have for branding, deal-making and creating a unique proposition.
If the National Curriculum goes ahead in its current form students may never see a live production or learn drama.
The arts articulate identity and there’s a place for some healthy nationalistic partisanship in that role.
The Victorian state election offers genuine choices and arts policies that acknowledge the transformational power of arts.
In SA arts, the singular legacy of Don Dunstan often manifests in lethargy and deference to the past. We need a new 40 year vision.
The Victorian Government and Opposition are both promising cash for Geelong Performing Arts Centre, but not Geelong’s artists.
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