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We asked readers what their top priorities were to funding our way through COVID-19 and beyond. Here are the results.
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In just 12 months, the NGA has absorbed the largest intake of new positions and a rethink of staff funding since the gallery opened.
Now is when we most need data from arts organisations in order to better lobby our governments and present a clear case for support.
In a post-coronavirus world, opera has a unique opportunity to redress and re-birth for lasting change.
Gallerist Michael Reid takes a look at art world trends and habit-breaking during times of crisis, and how they will change the art market forever.
The independent book publishing sector will suffer if more isn't done to support it during the COVID-19 crisis.
Yes the net is under pressure but it is holding out, according to Monash scientists.
The Aboriginal Art Association of Australia speaks up for a sector facing decimation, as borders are closed, gallery sales come to a halt and artists are shut out of arts centres with many incapable of taking on Centerlink.
Accountant Michael Fox looks at the current government financial support packages to see what is available for artists.
Musician and teacher Adam Simmons provides an excellent case study into the impact of COVID-19 on an art form, talking structural stress and reasons for hope.
The viral spread of music and dance across the internet represents a more hopeful contagion as we adapt to physical isolation.
Eight years on, the Kapoor looting case that implicated museums globally, including the National Gallery, is still delaying the return of stolen objects to their communities and collections.
Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins offers commonsense advice and a free online program with ACMI for screen workers.
As soon as COVID-19 began, Circa worked quickly and safely to bring their people home from international tours. The company's modus operandi might serve as a road map for others in uncertain and isolated times.
Despite all Arts Ministers meeting yesterday, Queensland has been the only state to step up with a stimulus package in the awake of Coronavirus' decimation of the sector.
A veteran of DVD and Blu-ray extras laments the decline of this particular form of cinephile expression, and calls out the current state of play.
Measures to control the spread of coronavirus through government restrictions on travel and large social events are already having a dramatic impact on the international art market.
The coronavirus situation is changing quickly around us so Kath Melbourne advises that we stay informed, stay in touch and remember the enduring strength of our arts community.
The Australian arts sector has taken a critical blow this past few days. According to Chris Endry, the Federal Government has a crucial role to play in protecting this vital part of not only our economy, but our society.
Facing fear in our new climate of coronavirus, gallerist Michael Reid offers tips to get on with the job, and to survive the forthcoming market dip.
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