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Arts activists today are celebrating the success of the call for a Senate Inquiry by ArtsPeak, the confederation of national peak arts organisations.
Opinions & Analysis
Art dealer Beverly Knight has called for a boycott of a monograph by collector Pat Corrigan. We investigate the line between vanity driven publishing and the philanthropic gesture.
Far from being a career killer, pregnancy can generate a creative rush. Growing a baby can be an artist's most creative moment in more ways than one.
Our museums use social media to stimulate audiences, so why not use technology’s reach to grow their collections?
The essential conflict between the Minister for the Arts and the Australia Council may boil down to the politics of a re-purposed luxury car.
The Abbott Government has trashed the principle of arm's length funding free from political interference, argues the Opposition.
Australia's protectionist law is pushing trade in culturally significant Aboriginal Art overseas and weakening the local market.
Two entirely separate funding entities disbursing the same combined pot cannot be adding to ‘efficiencies’ so what is the Government playing at?
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.
The principles of independent arts funding are under threat as the Budget foreshadows the greatest shake up since the Australia Council was established 47-years ago. We explain the likely implications for artists and arts organisations.
This week Enduring Civilisation opened in London to mixed reviews – were they warranted of the exhibition or is this exhibition a political pawn for other issues?
ANZAC cultural programming has fed millions into arts funding while creative proposals on other subjects are unable to secure government support.
Should the punishment of the individual extend to a censorship of that person’s art?
Science has shown us the facts but art is needed to stimulate action on climate change.
Arts-business partnerships are a competitive market. Understanding what each partner brings is essential to clinching the deal.
The excitement of 'Mad March' in Adelaide could last all year with clever activation of the city's infrastructure.
Theatre Network Victoria has used the 100-day anniversary of the Victorian Goverment to put a polite bomb under the Minister.
Public art need not be a marriage of convenience between art and the built environment.
WA local governments are making a big investment in arts but new research shows many lack a clear strategy.
Abuses continue but the Government refuses to protect artists through a mandatory Indigenous Art Code.
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