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Public funding will never conceive visionary projects like MONA or Tarrawarra. Private funding is essential to realising our cultural ambitions, says chairman of the Australia Council, Rupert Myer.
Opinions & Analysis
With opinion polls favouring a Coalition election victory, what might an Abbott government mean for the arts?
Neither the Labor Government nor the Coalition understands that cultural heritage is an essential part of arts and culture.
The Arts Victoria review needs to address the Ombudsman's profound critique of management.
The Minister for the Arts, Tony Burke, went on the attack with this speech at the Western Sydney Arts Forum.
In all the chatter about new, new, new arts policy and funding, the visual arts and literature are feeling ignored.
The Government will go into the election with a Cabinet less committed to the sector and an Opposition looking for a fight.
After a half a working day without a Minister for Communications and Broadband, the sector is still broadcasting.
A little political history gives us some clues as to what George Brandis might be like as Arts Minister.
Public broadcasting is driven by volunteering and contributions but it will die without a modicum of Government support.
The Australia Council chairman makes a plea for valuing guides and their relationship with the public, not just collections.
Without a national identity function for the Australia Council will we sink into national dementia?
How does an arts advocate successfully argue the case before the Senate Inquiry into the Australia Council Bill?
This weekend the Australia Council for the Arts will bring together 60 of Australia’s leading practitioners and thinkers in experimental practice.
It doesn’t always involve conflict or the hip pocket nerve, so how do arts advocates get government and media attention?
The Australia Council ArtFacts reveals important information about visual arts but leaves some major questions unanswered.
What’s a Queensland Minister doing buying in to a Victorian music inquiry? Education Minister Peter Garrett has a hunch.
New Arts Minister Tony Burke should address the glaring omission of tertiary education in the National Cultural Policy.
Where does the sacking of the Arts Minister leave the National Cultural Policy?
Now we have a National Cultural Policy, government should talk up the arts and encourage business to foot the bill.
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