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Will future historians view the internet as heralding a new Dark Age, a time of lost opportunity and widespread cultural regression?
Perth needs a distinctive cultural narrative that weaves together Aboriginal and European histories.
The top chairs are not reserved exclusively by men - though the numbers remain out of kilter - exposure helps a shift in attitude.
Humphrey Bower's attack on Australia Council's new structure is based on misunderstanding, argues the Council's CEO.
'Pretty flowers grow in shit.' That's the blunt title and essential argument of an essay arguing Western Australia is better for creating art precisely because it lacks cultural vitality.
What will the ethical dilemmas of the next 25 years look like?
The Australia Council's dissolution of art form specific boards plays into a homogenisation of creativity that fails the specific needs of the arts.
Executive Director of Australian Society of Authors Angelo Loukakis debunks the hype that cash and copyright are bad for creatives.
Beyond all the Top Tens, the arts faces some serious questions in the new year.
The arts are the most powerful asset business and government have for branding, deal-making and creating a unique proposition.
ArtsHub looks at the likely people, money and objectives behind the Book Council of Australia announced by the Prime Minister this week.
Victoria's new Labor Government is shaking up cultural policy with big implications for creative industries nationally.
Learn from Iggy Azalea, Snoop Lion and Redfoo and make sure social media doesn't turn catfights into court battles.
WA suffers disproportionately from ABC cuts, part of a persistent national failure to rate the West.
The arts articulate identity and there’s a place for some healthy nationalistic partisanship in that role.
The Victorian state election offers genuine choices and arts policies that acknowledge the transformational power of arts.
Want to find sponsors for your creative project? Why not offer them a fiction not a figure.
When a Townsville-born show is up for an award against metropolitan arts giants, it’s time to stop talking down to regional arts.
Many arts organisations pay lip service to young people but give them little power. How quickly we forget.
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