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A meeting of Australia’s state and federal arts ministers in Mildura last week holds out hope for a beleaguered Australia Council.
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Geographical isolation and resources wealth have spawned a distinctive cultural identity that begs the eastern states to pay more attention to Perth.
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In the latest in our Cultural Capitals series, we explore what's beyond MONA to reveal the 'otherness' and rebellion of the Tasmanian capital.
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Kate Larsen, Director, Writers Victoria shares how our stories shape how we see the world and ourselves.
Books for young readers are often challenged or banned because they conflict with adult perceptions of childhood innocence.
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The new Minister for both Arts and Communications, Senator Mitch Fifield, defended the cuts to the ABC and showed little knowledge or concern for the depth of anger about Brandis' attacks on the Australia Council.
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The Book Council of Australia could be an agent for advocacy and for change for writers. But it appears to be part of a pattern filleting any funding opportunity from literature.
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