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Public funding will never conceive visionary projects like MONA or Tarrawarra. Private funding is essential to realising our cultural ambitions, says chairman of the Australia Council, Rupert Myer.
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In the lead-up to the election,why political support for the visual arts is relatively invisible?
Australian Commercial Galleries Director Anna Pappas has hit out at the scheme, saying it is hurting small and medium galleries.
The progressive de-emphasis on discovery has made it harder to resist the tide of bogus, headline-grabbing claims.
Young people are a large consumer segment but they are often overlooked or misunderstood both as creators and audiences.
If Australia follows the US on copyright, as proposed, courts will be empowered to make creative judgements.
With the rise of ebooks, a compelling thumbnail image is essential and a new competitive design marketplace has emerged.
The boundaries between urban and rural are gone as artists working on the city limits understand.
In all the chatter about new, new, new arts policy and funding, the visual arts and literature are feeling ignored.
Rural art collectives are cutting out the metropolitan art tsars and staging their own shows.
Artists need the skills to defend their work against personal ideological crusades and political point scoring.
There are not enough jobs for designers and that's only part of the problem for those wanting to make it in the industry.
The strongest influence on how an artist's work is valued after death is often the surviving partner.
The Australia Council chairman makes a plea for valuing guides and their relationship with the public, not just collections.
We ship our food and our resources off all around the world, but when it comes to art are we an imports only country?
Retail auction houses and online sales are the way of the future.
The Australia Council ArtFacts reveals important information about visual arts but leaves some major questions unanswered.
One teacher who has felt the cost of cuts to TAFE funding urges others to take action.
Music photographers are often paid next to nothing – or nothing at all - for arduous 12 hour days and asked to feel grateful for the opportunity.
Careers depend on being spotted for an exhibition of emerging artists. It helps to understand how the curator thinks.
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