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If we want to maximise creativity, tying cash to creative output is a bad idea.
It's been a huge year for the Australia Council with changes in peer assessment, grants and a new Strategic Plan.
Many in the arts will be glad 2014 is over as they reflect on a year of straitened circumstances and painful battles. But there were high points and winners too.
Recent events in the New Zealand city suggest that arts and culture are playing a central role in the city's post-earthquake recovery.
In our second instalment, we look at over 152 local government regions in NSW to determine some of the best councils for arts and culture. Next in our series is QLD.
Sponsorships are so last century. Partnerships offer a more complex but potentially more fruitful relationship between business and the arts.
Missing out on an offer to study in 2015 may feel like the end of the world. It's not.
Profit share agreements may be old hat, but an Australian video game studio has coined a new way of working.
The ScreenHub crystal ball looks at the deep challenges and transformations facing the sector in 2015.
In the first in a series, we look at which Councils provide the most vibrant arts environments in Victoria. Next week: NSW
What makes a business-arts partnership work? Great examples provide some clues.
Ranga, carrot-top, ginger pubes: the ability of the arts to fight prejudice is being brought to bear on abuse of redheads.
AusCo's decision to cancel six year contracts has caused widespread unrest in the community arts sector and an exchange worthy of 'Yes Minister' at Senate Estimates.
Artists are swapping the garden tools and the station wagon for frames and canapés to convert their garage into a low cost gallery space.
The arts can benefit from creative new investment structures including microfinance, business incubators, loans and capital funds.
Not-for-profits are operating in a new paradigm of social enterprise, performance based outcomes and ethical investment.
What happens when you cross an artist with a politician? The Basics Rock'n'Roll Party (BRRP) raises questions about the role artists can play in politics.
The Coalition is touting 'excellence', Labour 'creative industries'. The result will have direct funding implications for four major projects, the contemporary music industry and all funded arts organisations.
Businesses like BP and Transfield look like great partners for arts organisations. But if you don't ensure genuine common interest with your artists and audiences you could face a public relations nightmare.
Every arts organisation says they want young audiences. But you should be careful what you wish for.
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