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Music industry call to arms in election lead-up

16 music industry bodies released a three-point plan hoping to lobby politicians and advance Australia's creative potential.

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Election resources for the arts

A list of resources to help campaign for the arts, from posting a banner on social media to how to…

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Staffing issues signal overdue reform

ArtsHub spoke with arts workers and peak industry body to uncover what can be learnt and done with staffing shortages…

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Putting arts back on the public agenda

With the federal election looming, Fund the Arts is campaigning to make arts policy an electoral issue.

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An attack on Australia’s literary culture

Senior Lecturer Julieanne Lamond highlights how ministerial interference of funding applications points to wilful ignorance of the value of literature.

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Omicron shortages create 'new precariousness' for performing arts

Short supplies of RATs and workers under pressure are part of the new normal for theatre and musical productions.

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The price of arts funding

‘Arts organisations can sometimes demonstrate a strange naivety when asking for or accepting donations,’ writes Jo Caust.

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Art overstepping legal boundaries

Two breaking stories flag a reality check for the visual arts sector.

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‘Sculpting’ a plan, ‘igniting’ an economy

The recent Parliamentary Inquiry into the Arts has plenty to ignite passions and inspire change.

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Resetting our arts boards

At the Reset Conference in Adelaide, Kate Larsen asked the sector to imagine a radically different structure for our arts…

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