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A series of papers given by the various speakers at the Australian Human Rights Commission’s War and Peace: The Anzac spirit and human rights 2014 seminar.
Every year around Anzac Day, Australians and New Zealanders remember those who fought in all...
The creative industries concept was born in the UK, nurtured in Australia (among other countries), but is now being implemented most vigorously in China. The UK and Australia seem to be pulling back from the concept: Critical response to CI policy in the UK; and...
Papers, videos and other prestentations are now available from the second Arts Activated National Conference helf on 25 - 26 March 2010 in Sydney.
The second Arts Activated National Conference bought together leading thinkers, artists, advocates, practitioners and producers from across Australia and overseas,...
Many children in our classrooms have competence when interacting with visual and print based texts. While the familiarity may well exist, there is a need to examine children’s ability to sort through and make meaning from the myriad of messages, commercial and otherwise, which they...
The 2009 Garma Festival Key Forum focussed on the creative industries and how they interface with Indigenous Australians. Robyn Archer, singer, writer, artistic director, and arts advocate, gave the opening address to the session Indigenous creative industries: across the spectrum.
Addressing graduating students of the Australian School of Business, University of NSW, Ian Darling looks at the role that corporate Australia and individual donors from the business community play in keeping the doors open for many Arts companies in this country.