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Coinciding with a national call out for greater artistic courage, NAVA also responds to continued political interference in arts decisions as the NSW election approaches.
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Is banning the music of artists accused of reprehensible behaviour the best course of action? Why single out Jackson for this treatment, given the apparent scale of abuse in the music industries?
Since the State Library of Victoria has "retired" the Centre for Youth Literature, Mike Shuttleworth argues that we should look for a new home for children's literature.
We ask a cross section of women in the Australian arts sector how they respond to the theme of this year's International Women's Day.
It’s not funny to us – First Nations writer Angelina Hurley takes an Aboriginal perspective on political correctness and humour.
Approached as a considered, curated component rather than as hastily-considered add-ons, Perth Festival offers a fresh model for the visual arts' contribution to the festival market.
Has a preference for television-style realism resulted in most Australian theatre becoming about as interesting as muesli?
Are we really on the cusp of genuine transformation, or is this just more virtue signalling from a sector which makes an artform of good intentions?
As more new Australian works are developed, the desire to investigate alternative dramaturgies, in order to say what can't otherwise be said, is growing.
First Nations artists and arts workers offer advice on how to embrace the International Year of Indigenous Languages.
An extract from David Marr's essay collection, 'My Country', published by Black Inc.
From ground roots actions to sophisticated artworks driving campaigns for thought, there are many parallels between social justice artists working in Australia and America.
As a decline in long-form criticism erodes audience literacy, writing that demystifies the making of professional theatre will become even more sought after. So why is it mocked by the old guard?
Our language tells us a lot about who we are: our confidence, our embrace of trends, our professionalism and our priorities. So what did 2018 say?
The path forward for Queensland’s arts and cultural sector over the next 10 years and beyond is now open for discussion, says Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch.
In her 2018 Philip Parsons Memorial Lecture, playwright Alana Valentine speaks about the power of the collective experience and those rare moments when a work of art becomes a conduit for spontaneous community expression.
Artistic Director of Chamber Made, Tamara Saulwick, reflects on the lack of time and opportunity for artists to gather and talk about the work they want to see, and offers a practical solution.
Intellectual property is a hotly debated topic among artists and creatives. Artist Melissa Laing shares her opinion here with a passionate polemic for generosity.
In the lead up to the Victorian state election on 24 November, Greens MLC for the Southern Metropolitan Region and spokesperson for the Arts, Sue Pennicuik, puts forward her vision for the sector.
In the lead up to the Victorian state election on 24 November, the Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley MP puts forward his vision for the sector.
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