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'Massive, unjustified, poorly researched and based on a remote and disconnected economic ideology of unusually destructive force.' That's what the Copyright Agency thinks of the Productivity Commission's draft copyright proposals.
Opinions & Analysis
Complaints about the judging process and the PM's involvement have dogged the awards.
A new survey shows that only five per cent of artist publishing their work online receive copyright royalties.
The arts aren’t a luxury activity. They are central to life. Art is the part of us that is met, and that can't be met in the outside world.
The Productivity Commission's proposed changes to book licensing would mean less money for writers, composers and fillmakers but not lawyers.
Kate Larsen on what the funding cuts mean for Australia's writing and publishing industry and what we can do about it.
An Australian Charter for the Arts has been proposed in the wake of last year’s government cuts to the arts. It could be the voice you need.
Never mind your writing. If you are not slender, what chance do you have for a funding opportunity that stigmatises fat people?
Six months of battles spurred by the May budget cuts to the Australia Council, the NPEA and now Catalyst have transformed the Australian arts scene.
A top public servant says Australia Council nominated the figure of $8 million as the amount needed to save small-to-mediums. But that doesn't square with AusCo's accounts.
Poetry slams needs to decide if they want to be propaganda machines, sheltered workshops, friendly performance outlets or competitive art form.
The new Minister has admitted he is thinking of 'adjustments' to the NPEA. We examine the evidence that the Budget cuts to the Australia Council will be reconsidered.
Governance done well is often invisible but arts boards deserve attention and imitation.
Western Sydney, metropolitan Sydney & regional NSW are the big winners from a policy that sets ambitious targets for cultural growth.
The basic problem with the current 20th century arts funding model is that it remains producer- or artist-centric, rather than focusing on audiences and citizens. This makes it ripe for capture and lobbying.
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.
Reaction to the demise of Senator George Brandis as Minister for the Arts has been widely celebratory but will the new Minister Senator Mitch Fifield run different policies?
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.
Diversifying both audiences and the artist base can be helped by an effective disability action plan.
The fact that Australia does not have a National Arts Week is a glaring absence in our national calendar.
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