Ten dos and don’ts for thinking about arts funding and the NPEA

Artists must take the opportunity to sharpen their minds as well as their rhetoric.
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It’s a common nightmare. You’re on stage, about to perform. Suddenly your mind goes blank. Your lines desert you. You stumble, unsure of your moves. The cast is oblivious. The audience is hostile. Things go from bad to worse. What play are you in again? Your lack of preparation is plain for all to see. The moment goes on and on and on … endlessly.

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Julian Meyrick & Tully Barnett
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Julian Meyrick is a Professor of Creative Arts at Flinders University. Tully Barnett Tully Barnett is a Research Fellow, School of Humanities at Flinders University.
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