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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.
A Victorian magistrate has delivered a landmark verdict in the Paul Yore case raising questions about the way police read a work of art, the intimidation of public galleries and the role of the Australian Classification Board in the visual arts.
The Arts Party has been registered by the Australian Electoral Commission and will field candidates at the next Federal Election, putting arts and culture firmly on the political and social agenda.
The UN is investigating intellectual property law and the right to culture but failing to consider the rights of authors.
Search on for four Indigenous creative leaders to head to the UK to realise an ambitious career pathway.
Whether the Biennale of Sydney survives may depend on the independence of the Australia Council in the face of an angry Minister.
The NSW government is recognising creative practitioners may need a helping hand with the business side of their career.
The Australia Council for the Arts has announced who will be heading to Venice for the 56th Biennale in 2015.
In Egypt, where public theatre is often seen as a thinly veiled mouthpiece for the government, independent artists are revolutionaries whose work stands in marked contrast to the state-approved flag-waving productions.
The British Council has announced the five winners of the 2013 Realise Your Dream Awards.
Five Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts leaders have been selected to take part in the British Council’s ACCELERATE.
Banners and posters implicating Prince Harry by Jeremy Deller have been withdrawn from the Venice Biennale by British Council.
The British Council’s Indigenous Australian creative leadership programme is now open for talented Indigenous Australian creatives
It’s not just booksellers who have a bone to pick with Amazon as governments around the world investigate the tax practices of the e-retail giant.
The Canada Council has revealed the winners of the Governor General Awards for visual and media arts.
The appointment of Andrei Nelidov to run the Kizhi State Museum in Karelia has been met with protests by Russians.
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