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TWITTERVERSE: It’s hard to believe this social media phenomenon only started in July 2006. It's become so important so quickly, yet we don’t even know how many people are really using it.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL: The OzCo has launched new research in response to arts audiences' growing use of the web to shape and inspire their arts experience.
VISUAL ARTS: Most of us in the arts sector are pathetically pleased to be consulted for our opinion, particularly on policy and legislative matters.
GETTING VIRAL: Thanks to a piece on Mumbarella many more people than perhaps ever would have this week watched some of Panasonic Australia’s 'Upload' series - but why?
GROUNDSWELL: Groundswell and Arts NSW are seeking participants in a research program looking at the need for a peak body and development of an arts policy for the multicultural arts sector in NSW.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF VISUAL ARTS: The talk is all gloom about the Federal Budget though by the time you read this it will be yesterday’s news.
NAVA: A couple of current areas of public policy-making have put me in a speculative frame of mind.
Until the 1970’s, many successful Australian dancers just packed up and left for Europe.
NAVA: I don’t want to scare you but things can sometimes go wrong for artists when they are just trying to get on with making art and getting it out there.
TROPFEST: Last weekend, Damon Gameau walked away with this year’s Tropfest first prize for his short animation ‘Animal Beatbox.’
Australasian cultural policies would benefit if academics and researchers had more opportunities to publish, share their ideas and engage in cultural policy debate.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: Pieter De Buysser, a Belgian writer and philosopher in Melbourne for the Arts Festival this month, is here to deconstruct both the dark and light sides of humankind with the eccentric social research piece: An Anthology of Optimism.
MELBOURNE WRITERS FESTIVAL: New News was a two-day conference on the ‘Future of Journalism’ being held as part of the Melbourne Writers Festival. It’s the brainchild of the Public Interest Journalism Foundation (PIJF) part of the Institute for Social Research at Swinburne University.
Asialink is determined to continue to forge deep relationships between Asia and Australia: the Director of the Arts Program explains.
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