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With TAFE cuts but a new national arts curriculum where is the coherence to create pathways from school to training to work in creative industries?
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Community halls across regional Australia are centres for uncurated community- and artist-driven work.
Radio National will no longer include radio plays or book readings but is the change a loss or an opportunity?
For the first time the Melbourne Festival is including film in its program and all the films are documentaries. It begs the question: are documentaries actually art?
What if purchasing art was as easy as picking up your morning coffee?
Sculpture exhibitions usually have one prize and lots of losers. A new exhibition model is sharing the money.
If opera conjures only images of powdered wigs, lamenting lovers and fake beauty spots, you need to get with the program.
Where are the jobs being grown in the creative economy? What can we do to encourage better alignment of education and training for where the jobs are?
Creativity isn’t just for the arts. The corporate world needs creative people more than ever.
A guide to the four-day boot camp for the mind that is the This is Not Art festival in Newcastle.
TAFE cuts around the country are dramatically lessening both opportunities for arts professionals and public engagement with the arts.
With Live Performance Australia scrapping the Live Theatre Agreement on foreign performers what is the fallout for Australian performers – and what can be done about it?
In the light of the NIDA controversy, an award-winning drama school manager examines what it takes to run a drama school.
Queensland arts is losing creative capacity as arts administrators and programs are cut.
Arts Minister Simon Crean takes aim at Queensland's latest arts budget cuts.
The fuss about Bill Henson's teen nudes points to a failure to understand the role of artists as truth-tellers.
What can Australia learn from the new UK arts funding environment?
Arts coverage is under threat in Australian newspapers as The Age and SMH announce they are turning tabloid and making massive staff cuts.
JUMPERS AND JAZZ FESTIVAL: As you rug up in your jumpers, beanies, mittens and scarves to hold off the winter cold, have you ever spared a thought for those leafless trees shivering through the frosts? No? They do in Warwick, Queensland. They like to keep their trees warm in the sunshine state - with art.
Why is it when artists move into a neighbourhood, make it great, a
veritable hot spot even, all they end up with, is skyrocketing rent as
the real-estate crowd rush in, buy up and redesign; making them a sort
of 'creative nomad' class.
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