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EARLIER this year, an amazing thing happened in Melbourne. Fifteen thousand people gathered in front of the Victorian parliament to protest against an unpopular government decision. The colourful crowd chanted and marched, sported placards and banners, and listened to speeches by local identities.
This chapter from More than luck argues that it is time Australia revised its cultural policy and questions the current role of the Australia Council.
In early 2010, more than 15,000 people gathered on Bourke Street in front of Victoria’s Parliament building...
Panelists discuss the need for and potential content of a national cultural policy for Australia.
Federal Minister for the Arts Peter Garrett wants a national cultural policy and he's inviting you to tell him what you think should be in it by...
Cultural policy in Australia is about bureaucratic fashion, and history, and tradition -- but not evidence. Absurd inconsistencies in who we fund and how we regulate cultural expression are not the exception, but the norm.
So, for instance, we fund large companies of professional...