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We have reached Year Zero, a point where cultural policy and infrastructure no longer serves the interests of the arts, the artists or society.
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Lisa Havilah explains why cultural institutions should be radical and participatory, and shares her secrets to success.
The idea of creative industries is based on an economy that has no way to count the things that matter.
The arts may contain the answer to a failing society but only if we stop buying in to the dominant economic model.
You know you should have half an hour’s exercise five times a week to be physically fit. But how much arts activity do you need to be mentally healthy? A world-first study has found the answer.
Arm yourself with smart comebacks to the people who insist on telling you arts funding is a waste of money.
Education’s hottest topic is STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) while the subjects that teach us human values are undervalued.
Photographer Darrin Zammit-Lupi is bringing his politically charged work with asylum seekers to the Ballarat Foto Biennale.
Touring Swan Lake in China is not the kind of cultural diplomacy that will help Australia gain a foothold in Asia.
As the Australia Council faces $110 million in lost funding, Deputy Chair Robyn Archer argues for the importance of 'saplings and ground cover' to the resilience she considers the essential skill for the sector.
China will not do business with countries that don't also offer both cultural and political relationships.
Principles of arms-length funding are being sacrificed to a 'trickle down' approach the Federal Government would not countenance in other parts of the economy.
Australia $7.5 million has opened in Venice to general acclaim and the occasional jeer.
Lost audiences cost five times more to re-engage than it costs to retain them so get retention right.
Science has shown us the facts but art is needed to stimulate action on climate change.
Will future historians view the internet as heralding a new Dark Age, a time of lost opportunity and widespread cultural regression?
Rowena Orr SC, who appeared, with Neil Clelland QC, for Paul Yore in his 2014 fight against child pornography charges discusses the implications of the case for freedom of expression.
UNESCO work on the status of the artists, a New York certification program and a Canadian exhibition right all have international implications for artists' incomes.
Despite more than 500 studies, reviewers say better research is needed to convince policy-makers that strong arts activity generates happier, healthier and wealthier societies.
The arts can benefit from creative new investment structures including microfinance, business incubators, loans and capital funds.
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