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The National Association of the Visual Arts hopes that the new Labor Government will be able to set a new agenda for the arts. NAVA will be concentrating on getting outcomes in the following areas: artists' resale royalty; visual education; sedition and freedom of expression;...
This is the twelfth in a series of cultural funding reports produced for the Cultural Ministers Council Statistics Working Group. The publication presents information about cultural funding by each level of government which has been classified into two major groups: Heritage; and the Arts....
This bulletin discusses the latest cases and legislative developments affecting patents, designs, trade marks, copyright, trade practices and litigation, including the ACCC's decision to drop misleading conduct case against Google subsidiaries.
This online survey of 351 media industry employees from across all media sectors provides a snapshot of educational qualifications, voluntary/work experience history and other factors which assisted media industry employees to make the transition to paid employment.
The survey reveals that community media contributes...
Recent changes to the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 have been driven by an objective of harmonising Australia's content regulation. Ian McGill and Valeska Bloch review the changes. Subject to a number of exceptions, whatever the delivery platform or form the content takes, whether permanent or...
This paper contributes to recent debates about how urban policy discourses travel, whether they are transferable and what is lost in their translation.
Abstract A considerable body of research seeks to map and measure the impact of the creative industries. This is constrained in cities like Adelaide by a narrow conceptualisation of creativity that fails to reveal how diffuse creativity is within the economy and society. A more...
This report gives the results of an exploratory survey of the approaches that Australian cultural institutions are implementing to meet Web 2.0 challenges. For the purpose of this study cultural institutions are those organizations open to the general public that house information artefacts representative of...
Megan Davis writes in the Indigenous Law Bulletin on the General Assembly's adoption of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples and its significance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia and explains the rights elaborated in the text.
Amongst the commitments in the Labor Arts policy launch is the investment of $17 million over four years in a new Creative Industries Innovation Centre. Fact sheets are available for download on music, creative communities, indigenous arts and the innovation centre.