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Opportunities and awards wrap

2024 Adelaide Biennale calls for curators plus winners at Australian Women in Music Awards and finalists of multiple book prizes…

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Opinions & Analysis

A newly Creative Australia

With Labor coming into power, they want to hit the ground running using their previous Creative Australia policy. Ben Francis…

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Northern Beaches artists open their doors

Creative Open, a new annual event, invites you to discover the vitality of the Northern Beaches’ artistic community.


Sector celebrates Labor win

Peak bodies welcome the new Labor government and the many Greens and Independents who were also elected on Saturday.

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Opinions & Analysis

What Labor promised the arts

With Labor forming government, we revisit what Tony Burke promised for the arts and ask the sector to keep him…


On the move: Latest sector appointments

Shepparton Art Museum appoints new CEO, La Boite announces Executive Director, new GM at Stompin, and more.


The arts news you may have missed

What's on, what's in the headlines, and the latest program releases – to put you ahead of the game this…

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Opinions & Analysis

40,000 artists’ votes up for grabs!

On the eve of the election, David Pledger argues that artists should vote for policies that look to their most…

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Opinions & Analysis

Opinion: We don’t take the arts sector for granted

Standing on their record for the arts, Paul Fletcher offers his ideas for the future of the arts should they…

Opinions & Analysis

‘Labor to deliver landmark cultural policy’ (eventually)

Should our next cultural policy acknowledge rising inequality, falling wages, and the erosion of the environment and democracy, Julian Meyrick…

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