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The proposed update to the national arts curriculum improves guidelines around teaching First Nations art, but stops short of addressing how much Australian art should be taught in Australian primary and high schools.
Opinions & Analysis
A panel of First Nations arts managers takes a look at the role of continuities and custodianship across our GLAM sector, exposing the flaws hindering change.
ArtsHub takes a look at the AMaGA discussion on leadership and transformative change for the future of museums and galleries, with a panel of experts offering pathways forward – starting with recruitment.
A local council decision to cut funding echoes Federal Government’s ongoing slashing of the arts, according to David Pledger.
To vaccinate a nation of anxious people, how do you achieve a complex project management challenge while looking after everyone’s wellbeing? By looking for us at the places we already know and love.
The City Gallery Wellington saga may be reaching a final outcome – but it's a long way from over. Arts commentator Andrew Wood takes aim at Experience Wellington.
Drawing together the latest research from the Australia Council and A New Approach, Dr Jackie Bailey looks at the future of cultural policy borrowing a few tricks from sport and with ideas for all artists to create change.
The industry needs to get comfortable with having uncomfortable conversations around race, says young Chinese-Australian producer Annie Thiele, offering suggestions for positive change.
The need for a national cultural policy has long been touted as critical for the arts to be better valued by government. A Canberra think tank takes a deep dive why, and how that should happen.
A new book maps out the cultural aspirations and artistic accents of Australian representation at Venice Biennale, once Anglo-derived, now definitely cosmopolitan and Indigenous.
Quality or trash, Adrian Martin eats up the genre. From 'The Sons of Sam' to 'Manhunt', 'Zodiac' and 'The Serpent' he plays detective and traces a murky web of connections.
When playwright Lur Alghurabi and ActNow’s CEO Yasmin Gurreeboo didn’t see Muslim Australians on stages, they created their own production.
Adrian Martin considers his long love of the teen movie genre and its oddities, in the wake of Amy Poehler's nice and inoffensive 'Moxie' on Netflix.
Unionisation continues to be a pointed topic in the videogame industry. In this op-ed, Tim Colwill from Game Workers Unite explains the current situation worldwide, and how the group hopes to bolster the Australian sector.
McLachlan was accused of indecent assault in 2014 so the state’s previous laws were applied to the case. But what if we judge the case on the basis of professional workplace behaviour?
The arts got a passing reference in the Budget speeches this week but Esther Anatolitis couldn't see a vision for the future.
In response to a globalised industry, become a professional nomad. Here's two support measures which reflect fundamental changes in the sector.
The cash splash of the COVID-19 recovery budget should be used to place arts and creativity at the centre of education and community building, argues Wesley Enoch ahead of Budget 2021.
Ahead of the COVID-19 recovery budget, Esther Anatolitis looks at the narrative on the Creative Industries and what it might signal for future policy and funding.
Despite the report's limitations, Four Corners' recent inquiry into predatory monetisation in games is insightful. The videogame industry is going to have to develop a better attitude to criticism if it wants to be taken seriously.
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