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The head of one of Australia biggest corporate supporters of the arts explains what’s in it for big business.
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Two months after the big announcement, the budget is locked in. So how does the sector feel?
Content aggregators now have the power and access that used to belong to agents and artists' managers.
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?
Think people won’t pay for creative content because so much is available online for free? That’s not what the numbers show.
The Australia Council ArtFacts reveals important information about visual arts but leaves some major questions unanswered.
Justin Bieber upset many people with a flippant comment at the Anne Frank House but he was much less offensive than the response of his ignorant fans.
How does an audience respond when a comedian steps out of character and confesses to feeling bad about a show?
Where does the sacking of the Arts Minister leave the National Cultural Policy?
As WA’s State election looms, make sure you consider the arts when you go to the polls. Creativity is as important to the state as hard infrastructure.
The most active arts community isn't where you think it is, and they are finding new direction.
Populist marketing has big potential for building arts audiences, even if they come for the air-con.
Economists should understand the arts as the very centre of a production system that derives benefit from the things the arts do.
Art museums are suffering from poor brand imaging and a lack of social skills in directors and staff is partly to blame.
Resignations of the Queensland Arts Minister and a Screen Queensland board members have revealed cronyism and conflict of interest to an arts sector already reeling from savage cuts.
Research by Melbourne University released this week found arts organisations could do better when approaching trusts and foundations.
Fair payment? Education? Career opportunites? How do arts advocates decide where to put their energies.
A senior arts bureaucrats explains the bizarre and paradoxical strategies public servants use to win government support for the arts.
Tiny Tasmania is the kid sister who is increasingly outshining her siblings in creative capital. We asked the Premier how they do it.
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