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The Australia Council's dissolution of art form specific boards plays into a homogenisation of creativity that fails the specific needs of the arts.
Opinions & Analysis
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.
Melbourne’s live music scene, graffiti policies, privatisation, funding, international opportunities and a new arts agency are all on the agenda as Victorians get to judge the best arts policy for the state.
The Victorian Government and Opposition are both promising cash for Geelong Performing Arts Centre, but not Geelong’s artists.
Only two arts subjects need to be mandatory according to the recent review of the Australian Curriculum.
With key services to deliver to the community, arts organisations are nevertheless increasingly forced to excel at the art of bureaucracy.
At the heart of controversy behind special funding of Melba is whether the money is delivering value to the community.
Our business analyst looks at how Arts Centre Melbourne achieved a $10 million budget turnaround.
The UN is investigating intellectual property law and the right to culture but failing to consider the rights of authors.
AusCo's new strategic plan is 'narrow and superficial,' says Mark Dreyfus.
Giving a leading voice to people with disability plays an important part in making the artistic process an inclusive experience.
In this historic 40th issue of the quarterly Platform Paper from Currency House, the QTC artistic director examines the current alarming dearth of cultural leadership in Australia.
Mentoring programs can be abused a panacea for government neglect of the arts with no real career opportunities attached.
Melbourne City Council's new arts strategy places artists at the centre of the city, explains the Councillor who drove it.
Are we on the brink of seeing the Australia Council make it a requirement of funding to have support from the business sector?
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